As much as I love ghost story, this song, winyarn (spirit) is a bit frightening for me to listen to, hear it for yourself.
Winyarn: This is a spiritual world, the spirits that still have worried…they refuse to leave. Still lingering, hanging around us …many are still very upset with human, with so much anger, revengeful toward people, including YOU…have you ever feel, when you’re alone it seems as if someone is watching you…that is, in dead silence, do you ever feel chills run down your spine, have you ever heard something, even when you’re by yourself. Listen…Can you hear it?
The windows and doors, did you lock them? How did they get in? The smell of rotten flesh, smell of corps, the voices of the spirit…what are they saying? Listen…Can you hear it?
(Boo! I’ve had goose bumps listening and translating this song)
This song made me think of this Thai horror film, The Shutter (2004): A young photographer Thun and his girlfriend Jane discover mysterious shadows in their photographs after fleeing the sceen of an accident. As they investigate the phenomenon, they find other photographs contain similar supernatural images, that Thun’s best friends are being haunted as well, and Jane discovers that her boyfriend has not told her everything. It soon becomes clear that you can not escape your past. Written by Cleon. Click here to watch all parts of The Shutter, uploaded by tao7671 at YouTube.
The movie is somewhat scary to me, but it has English subtitles if your Thai is not that good or you don’t understand Thai language. According to Darly’s post Ananda Everingham, the actor, Ananda Matthew Everingham is the son of an Australian father, Bangkok-based photojournalist John Everingham, and a Laotian mother, Keo Sirisomphone. The quality of the film is excellent.