Six decades ago, a school picnic in this area turned wrong when heavy rain caused a landslide, burying alive 28 kids and teachers. Drivers have since claimed seeing white shapes flitting across the road and ashen-faced children waving to passing cars at night. A stone plaque is erected in this very spot as a feng shui master recommended to quiet the restless spirits at this haunted place.
The bridge that these children and adults had sought shelter under right before their deaths was the Mang Gui Kui bridge, called the Flooding Bridge to locals who knew it flash-flooded occasionally. Once a bus driver was driving past the Mang Gui Kui without passengers. A woman with long hair and a pale face boarded, paying with joss paper (ghost money that is burnt in offerings for spirits to have a comfortable afterlife). The driver seeing the cashbox shouted, "Lady, please pay the fee!" But there was no answer. There was nobody on the bus! This driver kept driving as usual, suspecting the supernatural and not wanting to anger whatever spirits he had encountered. At the next bus stop, when he opened the door a voice suddenly said "Thank you."