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Danger Of Suffocation

By Forest Ang

......they were sweating cold.....

On a trip to Kenong Park, an unforgettable incident happened to my friends.

We were camping on one of the river islands. This couple did not want to pitch their tent at the island. Being a wild country, there was no other area to pitch their tent but on the trekking path.

It was a tired journey. We retired early as we have more to hike the next day to the 7 steps waterfall.

The river rushing down was just melody to our ears. There was no other man-made noise but the occasional snoring... we slept soundly.

The couple who was camping at the trekking path suddenly felt chill. So chill that the blanket they were using couldn't keep them warm. The fly sheet cover was shut. No other mean of cold wind could be the cause.

Both were being strangled. Both couldn't talk. Both couldn't move. Ghost pimples. Suffocating. Sweating, something was pressing hard on them. Trying to call "help" but to no avail. He felt his friend was struggling. She felt her friend was struggling too. Trying to push off the "something" but couldn't.

They were sweating cold. Quick thinking, my male friend licked his saliva with his tongue and spat out. Sputter spat. The spell retreated. Quickly he shook his partner. He broke the spell.

Rule No 1 : Always camp at the designated campsite. Avoid camping at trekking path. Place door of the tent away from the path.

Take care!
  

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