Suara.com – Anything related to horror or mystery is always interesting to our society. Not only films or soap operas, horror-themed podcasts are also popular.
One of them is the horror podcast produced by Noice entitled “Scary Things”. Currently, the podcast has an average of xx streaming times with almost 250 thousand subscribers on the Noice application.
“Scary Things” is quite popular because it has many stories, from various backgrounds. Including horror stories from various regions in the country.
“Scary Things” was hosted by Shahabi Sakri, Fadil Camui, and Nadhila Ramadhany and discussed real horror stories from various regions in Indonesia. In each episode, they cover three horror stories and currently, 129 episodes have aired.
“At the start of creating this podcast, there weren’t as many listeners of ‘Scary Things’ as there are now and as time goes by, we present more and more different kinds of horror stories. I didn’t expect that the enthusiasm of horror listeners in podcast format was so great that our content could even enter the top ranks. podcast on Noice,” said Shahabi Sakri, Noice Original Scary Things podcaster, in a statement received by Suara.com.
“Hopefully more horror content lovers will be interested in exploring horror stories from various regions in Indonesia through the Scary Things podcast,” continued Shahabi.
Recently, “Scary Things” also presented a special program #1Malam6Cerita which contains a curation of six of the best horror stories from various regions in Indonesia.
One of the stories presented in the program revolves around horror stories at various universities in Indonesia which is divided into 6 parts:
Part 1: Pick up the Campus Devil – Bandung
Part 2: The Ghost of Mbok Jamu – Surabaya
Part 3: Surrounded by Pocong – Kalimalang
Part 4: My Senior is a Ghost – Semarang
Part 5: 14 People Possessed – Malang
Part 6: Supervisor – South Newsdelivers.com
One of the podcasts that has quite a lot of viewers is entitled “Pick Up the Campus Devil”. This story happened in Bandung around 2017. An online motorcycle taxi driver named Egi (not his real name) received an order from a student named Imelda (also not his real name) at around 00.30 WIB.
Egi headed to the pick-up point, but it turned out he stopped at a location that was not exactly the actual pick-up point. At that time, there was a woman standing in that place wearing a medical practice gown who he thought was the person who ordered the motorbike taxi.
When Egi asked the woman if her name was really Imelda, the woman remained silent and immediately reached out her hand to ask Egi for a helmet. At that time, Egi was sure that the woman was indeed the person who ordered the motorbike taxi, until finally the woman got on her motorbike and they started their journey.
In the middle of the journey, to be precise in the Sukasari area, Egi’s motorbike felt heavy, and he felt that something had gotten into his clothes and jacket accompanied by the smell of incense. Not long after, they arrived at their destination, Jl. Sariwangi, precisely on the Endog hill.
At that time, the area was very quiet, there were no people or other vehicles. The woman got off the motorbike while holding Egi’s shoulder. At that time, Egi felt strange because his back felt wet and not long after, something terrible happened. The woman suddenly flew behind a bamboo tree. Seeing this, Egi immediately broke out in a cold sweat and immediately stepped on the gas to leave the place.
After going some distance, Egi checked his jacket and it turned out that there were 7 live maggots under it. After investigation, it turned out that the woman was not the person who ordered the Egi motorbike taxi, because the person who ordered the Egi motorbike taxi was still waiting at the pick-up location and trying to contact her.