The Tanglin Barracks were home to military troops in Singapore but was captured by the Japanese during WWII and said to have housed Australian POWs. The camp had blocks including a hospital, psychiatric branch, and a “Dead House” where bodies of deceased soldiers were kept before being dispatched for burial.
Naturally, with such an interesting background, there are bound to be rumours of ghosts lurking. One major reported hearing sounds of metal studded footwear and creaking floorboards followed by the sounds of people crying out – as if they were being tortured.
Read all about an investigation into the area here.