Thursday, April 28, 2011

Worst experience that we will never forget

It was a normal Wednesday night. Cool, breezy and calm. Was blasting music while studying for the upcoming mock exam, until I heard my mum called me to come down from my room upstairs- in a frightened tone.

Sensing something wrong, I immediately rushed down from the stairs. Saw mum was on the phone and asked her what is going on. She look really worried, still focused on the phone conversation and didn't bothered about my presence. All I can do is just trying to figure out what is happening. She kept on saying :" Huh? What? Who are you? Huh? Huh?"

Then, she ended the conversation. She told me that dad almost collapsed in bathroom of the sportsclub. Dad was using friend's handphone to call us, on a half-concious state of mind and having breathing difficulties. The weird thing was- it doesn't sound like my dad.

Immediately drove to the sportsclub. Hoping that everything will be fine.

Dad was sitting on a chair near the swimming pool. We knew that he was quite okay except that he has difficulty in talking. We paused for a moment. Everything was silent. My heart nearly sank to the bottom of the sea.

After resting for a while, dad managed to speak properly. He told us that he had serious stomach cramp while bathing. It was really serious until he almost wanna collapse. His jaw was kinda locked resulted in unable to speak properly. And he asked: " Was that a sign of heart attack?"
I told myself that it is quite impossible.

Mum wanna bring dad to hospital for a check-up in case of anything will happen, but dad refused. We were kinda angry that he is still so stubborn, saying want to save medical expenses. Looking at his condition which is getting better, we agreed that dad will go for check-up on the next day. But we will keep an eye of him if there's anything wrong.

Dad did for health check up for kidney, heart and urinary bladder. Medical report showed that everything was alright. Result of heartbeat test was normal, no kidney stone. Nothing is really wrong. That made me feel curious.

Since medical result didn't show anything negative, other alternative was mum suggested to go to the Chinese Temple to do some prayers.

The sifu told her that some evil spirit had entered into dad's body. A FEMALE EVIL SPIRIT THAT SUCKS BLOOD WTF

Okay the story is this. Dad usually will jog in the park and do some gym & swimming in the sportsclub. After working hours he will usually arrive at the park late about 6 something pm? Then he will jog till sky turns dark 0.0 all done he will proceed to the club. All for at least twice a week.

Mum adviced dad many many times not to jog until too late in the park because it might be dangerous, in the sense of robbers and evil spirits. Yes, we do believe in ghost stuffs, except my dad. Ignoring mum's advice, he unfortunately 'kena' on that particular Wednesday. Mum's sixth sense is really......... 0___0 scary. The guard at the park told him that an old man kena rasuk few months ago and sitting at the bench motionless -_____- Damn!

Mum told me that dad was shivering while sleeping. She asked the Sifu from chinese temple and found out that the evil spirit is sucking his blood. In fact, slowly suck bit by bit, day by day. His life will be threatened if continued being like this.

*I'm oso shivering cuz typing this at 12.45 am WTH*

After a few days from the incident, dad told us that he was really scared on that day he will leave us. He felt that he is really dying. T___T After telling him what really happened, he was speechless. Anyway, we do not want to confuse or frighten him by saying further.

Some people may think that this is ridiculous or being supertitious. Well, I'm not asking you guys to believe me what had happened but just to tell you all about my experience. No harm, right?
Sometimes medical stuff cannot explain everything, you just have to seek for alternative method to find out. Legal and safe one okay?


ying said...

did he go for detail medical check-up?

M Ỡ Қ ҝ ¥ said...

yeap. doctor helped him to check the body parts that are relevant.