While the reason of University of Pancasila’s haunting is unknown, it is known that if you go into the elevator and press one of the buttons to pick one of the floors, it will almost always come out on the wrong floor. It is unknown whether this is a faulty elevator or paranormal activity.
On the 13th floor of Tarumanagara University, there is a photocopy facility that those who work there say is haunted. Every day at 12:00 noon, the employees see an apparition of a decapitated head. While the cause of death for this person is unknown, it appears that they had something that was left unfinished during their time with the living.
The Jeruk Purut Cemetery, located in Jakarta, Indonesia, was expanded onto wakaf land (land donated for religious purposes) in the mid-2000s. By 2007, there was an average of 300 burials per month, and it was one of the few cemeteries in Jakarta that was capable of expanding.
A young woman was raped and killed on the Jembatan Ancol Bridge. People in the area have reported seeing her apparition at night, most likely as a result of her not being able to cross over.
The Jakarta History Museum was once used as the city hall by the Dutch Colonials. The main court was used to hang several Chinese people who lived in Indonesia. Now, the ghosts of the hanged can be seen there at night. The former prison portion is also believed to be haunted. Those who visit the Jakarta History Museum have reported feeling a strange presence.
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (named for Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo, the hospital’s head doctor) in Jakarta, Indonesia is haunted by several entities, such as the doctor with a surgical knife with his hands covered in blood, the nurse who always alerts doctors of emergency patients, and various patients who died there. They generally walk around at night, and make their presence known if there is a visitor.