The general word for ghost is hantu , of which there exist a wide variety. Some ghost concepts such as the female vampires pontianak and penanggal are shared throughout the region. While traditional belief doesn't consider all ghosts as necessarily evil, Malaysian popular culture tends to categorise them all as types of evil djinn. Traditional ghost beliefs are rooted in prehistoric animist beliefs. However, the region has long had extensive contact with other cultures, and these have affected the form of some of the legends. Islam was also introduced from India, and had become the dominant religion in Java and Sumatra by the end of the 16th century.
Our fascination with the iconic ghost has permeated so deeply in society that one of our first local horror film series was a trilogy about the pontianak. Filmmaker B. Fun fact, Zubir Said — the creator of our national anthem — composed music for the films. Why her?
According to local Malay community, Pontianak is a woman who died either a virgin or in childbirth. It would attack infants and emasculate the men it seduces and kill them slowly. Sometimes, it would gather with its own kind and fly at night as birds, and rest on a tree.
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