This story was told to me by my cousin years ago. It was a personal ghost story told by his teacher during his orientation class in high school. It goes like this...
Once his teacher had to drive a relative to the airport. After bidding farewell to his relative,he drove his way back home. At the carpark,he saw an old lady and a small boy, presumably her grandson, walking slowly towards the exit of the carpark.
Feeling sorry for both of them, he offered the old lady and kid a ride. The old lady politely refused and continued on their way. Thinking nothing of it, he drove out of the carpark.
On the highway to his surprise, he saw the old woman and kid in front of him! As he drove pass, he noticed that the old lady was waving at him.Without any delay,he speeded his way home.
When he reached home, he immediately went to his kitchen to have a glass of water. He happened to look out from the window of his flat and to his shock he was looking directly at the old lady and the small kid!
The teacher was staying on the 3rd floor, he could see the old lady was still waving at him but this time all he could see was two skeletons,waving and nodding at him!
After that, the teacher fell ill for 2 weeks and during that time he had nightmares of the old lady and the small kid calling out to him, asking him to join them on their journey to HELL!
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