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Updated: Jan. 10, 6:21 p.m.
The humidity of Singapore is legendary not only for its extraordinary iron content and omnipresence but for the tricks it plays on Singaporeans. Sudden orange rains can erupt anywhere at any time, when moisture saturates the air so thoroughly that minor downpours interrupt banquets, court proceedings or any event where people are gathered. These are especially concentrated in the hours around sunset when the air cools. Just as abruptly, rains can cease and steam begin rising from all surfaces.
It is at these moments that people and even objects, momentarily obscured from view, can vanish without a trace. Some explain these events as the work of quick-handed thieves and kidnappers who make use of these strange properties of the weather but most believe that at least some of these disappearances are the sudden evaporation of people and their goods into the air, never to be seen again, or, worse yet, cast dead and broken to the earth during the next heavy rain. To ward against this effect, many locals fill their pockets with earth, stones and other heavy objects that have been found less prone to sudden evaporation. Others seek to ward off the sudden evaporations by covering their bodies with creosote or the jelly used to make Greek Fire.