Malaysian teen goes missing after entering bungalow in top 5 spookiest list

Malaysian teen goes missing after entering bungalow in top 5 spookiest list
People entering one of the houses inside the Villa Nabila compound in Danga Bay, Johor Baru, to help look for the missing teenager.

JOHOR BARU - A 16-year-old boy who was last seen entering an abandoned bungalow that is said to be one of the five spookiest places in the country has gone missing since early yesterday.

Police confirmed that Mohamad Izzat Izzudin Hussin was last seen entering the bungalow with a group of friends.

However, police dispelled widespread rumours that some 30 teenagers have gone missing after entering the bungalow, which is also known as Villa Nabila, in Danga Bay.

Mohamad Izzat's friend Megat Irfan Abdullah Shahrimin, also 16, said he and his friends entered the compound at around 12.30am on Monday just to look at the villa.

"At first everything was quite normal but things turned eerie after we spent more than half an hour there.

"Suddenly a few of our friends started screaming hysterically while shouting at us. We then ran out of the place to a nearby mosque to seek help," he said.

He added that the missing teen was part of the group but was not a close friend.

"I don't know what happened to him and only realised that he was missing when a mutual friend asked me if I had seen him," he said.

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