Mass fainting, hysteria after ghost sighting – Khmer Times

A group of students, who said that had witnessed an ‘evil spirit’, are today recovering after a outbreak of mass hysteria
The incident happened on the evening of September 9, 2022 at Sesan Secondary School in Kamphoun Village, Sesan District, Stung Treng Province.
About 10 students worked themselves into a state of hysteria and fainting after claiming that they had seen a ghost
Some of the students were sent to a local health centre, while others were taken to the pagoda.
The situation appears to be calm now, but a doctor from the Sesan District Health Center says that on September 10, a team of doctors from Stung Treng Provincial Health Department will visit the school to find out the real reason.
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