My understanding is that this serene looking church came up in 1875 but prior to that, there was a Presbytarian presence of sorts. This church is linked to a shocking murder of its Indian (or Singaporean of Indian ethnicity) caretaker. He was reported missing in 1984. Later it was revealed that he was clubbed to death, his body chopped into pieces and cooked with rice and spices and this was then deposited in various black trash bags, probably to pass off the gruesome remains as food gone bad. Due to the absence of a body, there was insufficient evidence and till date, this is treated as an unsolved case.
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