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13.8.08

~CREEPY STORY & PICS~ SCARIEST PLACES IN THE PHILIPPINES

Halloween is fast approaching. The GP staff has compiled a list of scary places in the Philippines to incite a fire of curiosity. Ghost stories are often a topic for discussion in mausoleums during All Saints and All Souls Day. The Filipinos’ appetite for stories about the metaphysical seem endless.
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THESE ARE THE LIST OF THE SCARIEST PLACES IN THE PHILIPPINES:
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Miriam College, Quezon City

On the second floor of the ladies bathroom of the caritas building, ghost of a nun is said to haunt the bathroom. She scares the ladies by suddenly peaking over the divider while a lady is using the cubicle.
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Asian Institute of Management, Makati City

A professor died of a heart attack a few years ago in one of lecture rooms on the third floor of the main building. Mysterious voices emanate from the room where the professor died.
Arellano High School, Manila
A few decades ago, a certain area in the main building collapsed after a strong earthquake. Several lives perished. According to the old folks, the remains of those who died were not removed so the spirits keep on haunting the place up to this day.

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DLSU, Manila
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Several ghosts who are said to be the victims of a mass murder during World War II haunt the chapel located on the 2nd floor of the De La Salle University main building. Sightings of headless monks and screams of people are heard occasionally by several generations of students.
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Manila Film Center
The construction of the Manila Film Center was rushed to accommodate a film fest to be held on 1981. Engineers have overlooked the design and the structure collapsed when more than half of the infrastructure was already built. Less than 100 bodies were buried under the rubble.
It was believed that Imelda Marcos was so determined to beat the deadline that she did not want the bodies to be removed for it would take time. Instead, the bodies were buried by cement. A spirit quest, led by Tony Perez was also held in the area to free the disturbed spirits. Further evidences, though, proved that the bodies were exhumed from the rubble right after the accident
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Ozone Disco, Quezon City
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In March 1996, Ozone Disco burned and more than 200 human bodies were charred. Faulty wiring was the culprit, the lack of fire exit and other standard safety measures made things worse.
Since then, residents from nearby areas report hearing screams of people coming from the former disco house.

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Corregidor Island
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Corregidor Island was one of the last lines of defense of the Philippines during the Second World War. The Japanese tore most infrastructures there.
Today, the island serves as a reminder of the Filipinos held their ground against the Japanese. Tourists from all over the world visit the island annually.
There are several reported activities heard by tourists who pass by the hospital ruins. They hear footsteps, rumblings of normal hospital activities, and wails of people. Shouts of people grimacing in pain can be heard around the bunker area. Similar sounds can also be hear inside the Malinta Tunnel – said to be the hiding area of hundreds of soldiers back then.
For adventure and thrill seekers, it is good to know that the place offers hotel accommodations
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Juna Subdivision, Davao City
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In Juna Subdivision’s Champaca Street, a resident caught eerie figures on tape. The footage was shown in one of Davao’s local TV Station.
Claret School, Quezon City
Claret School used to be a cemetery. A headless priest randomly manifests on the second floor. In 1997, a high school student jumped from the school’s fifth floor and is reported to manifest himself to several students.
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University of Santo Tomas, Manila
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The school is more than three centuries old. It is rich in history, artifacts, and ghost stories, as well. It has withstood the ravages of war and modernization.
Screams are often heard in the second and third floor of UST’s Main Building. Old-timers believe that several killings among the Spanish Friars had happened in the said area.
Central Philippine University, Iloilo City
American Missionaries founded Central Philippine University. During the Second World War, the Japanese forces brutally killed numerous foreign missionaries. The place became a makeshift brothel where the animalistic Japanese soldiers sodomized Filipinas.
Up to this day, cries and moans of poor victims are often heard at night. In the school’s football field a female ghost is said to join joggers in their exercise. The ghost is reported to strike up a conversation to fellow joggers, but will disappear once the person looks away.
The school’s Ruby Hall has several classrooms. Roving guards report that there are occasions that one of the rooms opens its lights without anybody switching it on. The guards have reported seeing silhouettes of elementals running around the classroom.
The next is Valentine Hall, named after Rev. Valentine, who was beheaded during the Second World War. The headless ghost of Rev. Valentine manifests on random nights.
In the same place, a ghost of a female student is said to haunt the women’s restroom – several female students since the early 70's have reported seeing her. The ghost usually manifests herself during lunchtime. She appears behind them while they are looking in the mirror. Classes have been interrupted because of screams from those who have seen the ghost!
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Balete Drive, Quezon City
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Balete Drive is a street located in New Manila, Quezon City. It is known for apparitions of a white lady and haunted houses which were built during the Spanish Era. Balete Tree, according to folklore, is a favorite place of elementals and wandering spirits. Other stories suggest that the white lady that often appears on the said street was a rape victim during the Japanese occupation. New Manila has an abundance of Balete Trees during the 1930s, thus its main avenue is named Balete Drive.
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Loakan Road, Baguio City
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With Baguio City Hall as reference point, Loakan Road connects to upper Session Road and stretches east of the city. It winds down to where the old Philippine National Railways Station was located. This area is now owned by GSIS.
Opposite this lot is Quezon Elementary School. As one passes the school, a hub separates Military Cut-Off Road and South Drive. The main gate of Camp John Hay is situated just right after the hub.
A tree on the middle of the road is said to be haunted – a White Lady appears at night prompting the drives to avoid them. Surprised, most drivers suffer an accident when the White Lady manifests.
The tree stood on the middle of the road for decades. Those who attempted to chop it was said to have suffered various severe illnesses.

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Diplomat Hotel, Baguio City
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The Diplomat Hotel in Baguio has a rich history. It used to be a seminary during the Spanish Occupation. During World War 2, several priests and nuns were brutally murdered by the Japanese – some of the victims were even beheaded! After World War 2, the seminary was sold and the infrastructure was converted into a hotel. Perhaps to cut the costs, the hotel owners decided to retain the original structure and old fixture. Dimly lit big rooms with king sized beds and a bible at the side table are some ingredients that make Diplomat Hotel creepy. Clerks, bellboys, and hotel guests, often complain of hearing someone wailing. The wails seem to emanate from different walls. The wails have different pitches, too. To make matters worse, the wailing sound can be heard even during daytime! Various stories of apparitions of a headless priest roaming the corridors and a silhouette carrying a head on a platter are shared and corroborated by guests from different parts of the world.
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Philippine Military Academy Grounds, Baguio City
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The school that serves as a training ground for future military leaders of the Philippines is said to be haunted, too! There are persistent stories of a platoon marching at night on the parade grounds, a ghost of a cadet dressed in parade uniform manifesting near the locker area, and a headless priest who was beheaded during World War 2 manifesting at night.
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Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City
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Teacher's Camp is believed to be once a battlefield of the indigenous people of Baguio. Ghosts of native warriors and other spirits manifests themselves to residents and guests
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