Indonesia is a country rich in culture and tradition. But it is also home to many horror and haunted places. One such site is a train tunnel in Banyuwangi, East Java, where a demonic serpent is said to be possessed in a coffin.
The story of the possessed coffin goes back many years. It is said that during the colonial era of the Netherlands A Dutch soldier died while working in a train tunnel. His body was placed in a coffin and sent back to his hometown. The coffin has disappeared. and ended up in Indonesia.
Years later, workers found a coffin in a train tunnel. When they tried to move it, they found it very heavy and didn’t move at all. Suddenly a snake appeared and slithered into the coffin. The workers were too scared to go near and left the coffin there.
Since then, the coffin has been possessed by the serpent demon. Those who found the coffin reported hearing a strange hissing sound coming from within. Some even claimed to see a snake demon.
Many locals believe that a possessed coffin brings bad luck. and should be avoided by all means Some even believed that the snake demon could possess anyone who came too close to the coffin.
despite the warning Some people still go to the train tunnel to search for the possessed coffin. They came with cameras and recording equipment in hopes of capturing evidence of the snake monster. Some people come just to test their mettle and see if they can handle their frightening encounters.
In short, the story of the haunted coffin in Indonesia’s haunted train tunnel is a chilling tale that has been handed down for generations. While some believe it is just a myth. But some swear it’s true. whether you believe it or not One thing is certain. Encountering the demonic serpent is nothing to worry about.