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Singapore and the supernatural
by Regina V Long   

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Publisher:  IUniverse ISBN-10:  B007VBBR12 Type: 


Copyright:  1993,2012 ISBN-13:  9781475904628

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I am a determined self controled beautiful woman who wants it all and wants it now.

The Malay witchdoctor did not want to be intimidated by foreign black magic. He decided to burn the devils book.
He flicked on his lighter and held the book over the burning flame, the book slammed itself shut, shadows of malevolent eyes suddenly appeared on the bookcover watching the Indian man, the evil intensity behind those eyes shocked him so that he jumped back and tripped, loosing his balance he fell into the Singapore River, but, coughing he managed to climb out. He was really angry now. "I teeeell youu suumthing" Anchor Raj was exceeding angry, this time he dragged his vowels for more than five seconds. "You doooon't make me angry! I will break daa boook! Cum out! We fight! He stamped on the book in disgust.
There was a low rumble and then a whirling whisp of white appeared from the pages of the book, the mist got bigger and became a cloud of yellow smoke that formed the shape of a base ball bat. Without warning the bat whacked the Indian man straight in the solar plexus, Anchor Raj carreened back and fell into the river again. This time the yellow bat of smoke followed him into the river, prodding him like a big yellow chopstick, pushing a black noodle down into a bowl of river soup. It pushed him as he protested angrily and sent him further out into the canal. He was herded there and then the smoky bat rose into the air, and drifted off in the direction of the Merlion, where it turned into a fog and enshrouded the eight meter white cement statue. Anchor Rag's head popped up in time to see the red saucers that were the Merlion's eyes glowing eerily. Shaking his fist at the Merlion, he screamed something vehemently, but his anger turned into confusion and horror when his whole body was picked up by an unseen force and lifted in the air. He began to levitate up. A transparent force drew him out of the water, and held him dripping wet, right in front of the statue so that the small man was eye to eye with Singapore's famous icon The Indian man floated in thin air, he stared in shock at the statue, the Merlion stared back at him with red glowing eyes. In the next moment, with the force of a fire engine's jet hose, a thick stream of water launched itself out of the mouth of the Merlion. The liquid barrage of water barreled into the dangling form of Anchor Raj, knocking him out of his levitating position and sent him flying backwards. A moment later he re-emerged coughing and spitting as he climed out of the river and cursed, "!" As he lay on the steps, breathing hard looking at the possessed book.

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