Imagine you just finished a horror movie night with your friends.
They decided to watch The Conjuring 2, which features one very terrifying nun.
At the end of the night, you’re walking towards your car in the carpark. You’re still terrified from the movie experience, but you convince yourself that Valak isn’t real.
Then, at the corner of your eyes, you spot something.
A familiar figure in one of the cars, seemingly staring at you.
Is this a real-life horror movie?!
You walk a bit closer to get a better look, hoping to prove yourself wrong.
But you did not. You were right.
It couldn’t be, could it?!
Did Valak migrate to Singapore? Is she omnipotent? Why target you of all people?!
Does she have a valid driver’s license in Singapore?!
Mustering your courage, you decide to investigate (like every idiotic main character in a horror movie).
Okay, it doesn’t look like she’s staring at you, at least.
What is she so occupied with?
Wait – something doesn’t look right.
She doesn’t look real after all. Does she look a bit rubbery to you?
And where’s her body?
And the mystery is solved.
It’s a seat cover.
This was probably the experience for Shah Ismail, the brave man who uploaded a video onto Facebook to showcase his discovery.
Fortunately, this was in broad daylight.
He wrote the caption: “If anyone of you saw this woman in a car at night, don’t be scared. I found out the truth already. It’s not real🤪. If you saw her next time just remember my video and you will be OK🤪👌. Just buat bodoh and balik(running/big steps)🏃”
He put out a PSA for everyone, so in case you came across this in the middle of the night, you could save yourself a change of pants.
You can watch his video here:
If anyone of you saw this woman in a car at night, don’t be scared. I found out the truth already. It’s not real🤪. If you saw her next time just remember my video and you will be OK🤪👌. Just buat bodoh and balik(running/big steps)🏃🤪😂🤣😅
Posted by Shah Ismail on Sunday, 10 November 2019
However, which psychopath decided that he/she would like to lean on Valak while driving?!
That same person probably has the Annabelle doll as a chou-chou to hug to sleep at night.
We should lock such people up.