Terkok camp not haunted, says MCA official

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  • Friday, 06 Jul 2007

Assuring parents of NS trainees there, Ho said reports of a “ruckus” at the campus could be attributed to a few trainees who became hysterical between June 29 and July 1. 

“Some trainees became restless and must have started to imagine things,” said Ho, adding that they were probably feeling a little fatigued from the training. 

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