This story had happened a few years ago and I was thinking whether or no to share it here. I remember that it was during the end of February, the air was still breezy and dried.
I decided to jog for my diet and started my course from the Macao Tower. I starting by walking down the stairs down to the lake bar and started to jog, it was mid afternoon and the bars down the lake-side is supposed to be closed. The smell of after nights was not good... I quickly went away from those bars and went up to the streets. An old lady stopped me and asked if I saw her hat down the stairs last night... I replied, no, since I was not even there last night. The old lady bowed a thank-you to me and walked away...
I started to jog again passing an apartment, then down to the lake-side again. I saw the same old lady again, she stopped me again and asked me if I saw her shoes beside the lake last night. I looked at her, she was bare foot. I thought she had her shoes on just now... I said to her I was not there last night, and told her that she might have left it nearby the bar area. The old lady smiled and bowed a thank-you again, this time she stood in front of me. I looked at her and she seemed blurry. I thought I was tired and so I sat beside the lake and had some sport drink.
Suddenly I smelled something rotten... I felt something was wrong... I turned around and the old lady was gone... When I looked at the lake I saw two legs of a floating person popping out of the deck of the lake-side. I quickly called the police and they found out that it was an old lady probably committed suicide.
I did went to the office I told them the story about meeting this strange old lady at the lake-side, but they did not find any one else except me and a few more sporting people. The next day I saw the news paper and saw the photo of the old lady that I saw. That's her! I pointed out. But then my friends told me that she was the body found at the lake-side and was dead for at least two days. I was shocked and could not talk for a few moments.
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Yes, this "case" could be deeper.
I hope she will rest in peace too.