I and my sister went to an event held nearby a catholic church. The event finished quite later in the evening, since we had to wait for our bus, we went inside the church and rested a little. (The church was opened until 8pm and it was nearly 7:40ish)
My sister suddenly said that she felt a touch on her shoulder, I joked and told her not to turn around the side she was touched, reminding her of a fake ghost story about a teenager killed by a ghost when she felt a touch on he left shoulder and turned left. (I guess that was a story told in China or Hong Kong, you know those cultures.)
There was a silent moment then someone whispered "melius widelint werebuntur" Well, at least that was what I hear. My sister poped off the seat and ran out of the church. I laughed a little at the same time I assumed that she have heard that too.
Mysterious but still I am kind of curious if it meant anything. And so I decided to go home and do a research. After a research I found that it was probably Latin, correctly should be "melius viderint verebuntur" which is pronounced as above (kind of like Espanhol (Spain words) or Portuguese)
I wonder who still stays in the church that late evening, hiding around pretending that they are a phantom or do you think that it was really something spooky?
Well about the background of the church yes it was just a small infamous local church, lots of Asian Catholics had visited that church, and funerals too will be held in that small place.
I am cool with the situation since I did not disrespect anything, well maybe I should not have joked around but still I respect the church and its religion though I am a none-believer.
Love from São Paulo