Hauntings go virtual this Halloween... or are slightly delayed


In Pop Up Theatre's 'The Forgotten Man' virtual play, Bryan Tiang (left) plays lead character Mr Darling. Photo: Pop Up Theatre

Halloween in Malaysia is usually considered a spooky fun time, with ghosts, ghouls and goblins roaming the streets.

This Oct 31, however, celebrations will be muted. The ghosts have to hang up their sheets, the vampires return to their coffins, and the monsters all told to come back later.

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