A Malaysian cab driver is claiming to have picked up a mysterious woman who vanished into thin air at a cemetery late at night.
The driver, Ahsan Ismail, said he was working his usual shift on the night of the incident when he was flagged down by a woman wearing dark-coloured clothing. The woman asked to be taken to a local cemetery, which Ismail found to be strange, but he agreed to the fare.
During the trip, the two did not speak, but Ismail said he could smell the woman's perfume in the car. When they arrived at the cemetery, Ismail told the woman that they had reached their destination, but when she did not respond, he turned his head and found she had vanished.
"I looked around, but she was nowhere to be seen," Ismail said. "The only thing left in the car was a few old money notes, which were enough to cover the fare."
Ismail said he was shaken by the incident, and he has since stopped driving at night. He believes that the woman he picked up was a ghost.
"I don't know what else it could be," he said. "She just disappeared into thin air."
Ismail's story has been met with mixed reactions. Some people believe him, while others think he is making it up. However, Ismail is adamant that he saw what he saw.
"I'm not crazy," he said. "I know what happened."
The incident has sparked a debate about the existence of ghosts in Malaysia. Some people believe that the country is a hotbed of paranormal activity, while others are sceptical.
"I've never seen a ghost myself," said paranormal investigator Azman Ahmad. "But I've heard plenty of stories about them."
Ahmad said that there are many places in Malaysia that are rumoured to be haunted, including cemeteries, old buildings, and even forests.
"It's possible that the woman Ahsan picked up was a ghost," Ahmad said. "But it's also possible that he just imagined it."