If there’s something strange, in your neighbourhood, who you gonna call?
The Pakar Tangkap Jin, or the Djinn trapping expert, 44-year-old Saad Ja’afar boasts that he can cease any paranormal activities happening anywhere, without actually being at the location. He reassures the public that his spirit removal process doesn’t require him to be on location, but at his treatment centre.
Saad Ja’afar spoke to MStar about how he has managed to capture djinns from as far as Sabah without even having to leave his treatment centre, which is the first in the world who offers djinn removal services.
“I don’t have to physically be there at the location to catch the ghost. Before this, the furthest I’ve captured a djinn was at Sabah,” he said.
According to Saad Ja’afar, his assistant and himself would keep the captured djinn in a secure and secret location near to a mosque.
“We keep the spirit and djinn close to the mosque to encourage it to repent,” he added, apparently using salt and black pepper to combat djinns.
Though, those ingredients can only chase away djinns, he requires other materials when it comes to capturing them. He also informed that the most paranormal activities can be found around jungles, waterfalls, lakes and rivers.
Saad Ja’afar has, since the opening of his treatment centre in 2015, assisted with capturing over 300 djinns all over Malaysia, charging about RM200 for a 2 hour session, though he encourages customers to pay what they can afford.
Experienced any suspiciously paranormal activities happening in your area and need Saad Ja’afar’s help?
Let us know in the comments section!
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