Strange and Paranormal Tales from Malacca

This book contains a collection of 60 strange and paranormal stories reported from past reports, news, accounts, statements and descriptions that were officially recorded in books, journals, articles and newspapers.

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Abandoned in Malacca

by Peter Alistair Hudspeth

The initial setting of the story is in British Malaya in the 1950s. A child who has been 'legally' abandoned at 5 years of age goes through an identity crisis of sorts. The thread of the story weaves through the abandonement theme in Malacca, Singapore and all the way to England as it traces the life of the protagonist who is seeking closure for his situation.

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Dennis De Witt

As a 5th generation Dutch Eurasian originally from Malacca, Malaysia, Dennis De Witt has developed a keen interest on subjects relating to Dutch influences in Malaysian history due to his own heritage. In 2009, he was named as the winner of the ‘Dutch incentive prize for Genealogy’ for his book ‘History of the Dutch in Malaysia’ and he received his prize in the Netherlands. He was the first ever recipient of this prize who is not a Dutch citizen.

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