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Martes, Mayo 15, 2012

Haunted Pilipinas #3: Baguio City

This Philippine city is of course considered to be highly haunted. Aside from the military academy, there are other haunted places scattered throughout the city, such as cemeteries, old hotels and sites where populated buildings and structures used to stand until the 1990 earthquake brought them down, injuring and killing the people inside. There is the Diplomat Hotel, an abandoned structure in Dominican Hill that allegedly saw the beheading of nuns and priests during the Second World War.

Many say that horrible Aswangs, who are evil wicked witches often practice black magic here in the dead of night. And that many have seen them flying low in the night trying to capture young men and women to torture or to steal their bodies. Residents in the area claim to have heard them and their victims screaming and Aswang howling even during the daytime.

Former hotel employees even say that when the location was in operation there were several headless ghosts walking the halls carrying their heads on platters.

The haunted fountain is said by many to be a place where few dare to tread. Many say it once flowed with human blood and still is a favorite spot where the dead congregate to commune with the living. If your brave enough to stay their in that spot for 24 hours.

This abandoned hotel in the Philippines is a historic attraction on the verge of being turned into a museum after decades of stagnation (unless you count the creatures that reportedly haunt the place).

The building has served many purposes throughout the years including being a refugee camp, housing for Dominican friars and a first-class hotel. Its current state of disrepair is said to make the place incredibly spooky, so consequently it is a place of both notoriety and great interest to the world’s ghost hunters. when you stroll outside the compound you would see neighboring houses with crosses painted on their doors and windows, and are kept shut when darkness falls.

At Teacher's Camp, a popular location for company meetings and school seminars, visitors claim to have heard mysterious voices and seen weird shadows. Legend has it that the camp, constructed as a tent-city for teachers during the American Occupation, was built on an old battleground for Baguio's indigenous citizens. It seems that some of the warriors who lost their lives here have never left.

And in the Philippine Military Academy, phantom platoons are said to be heard marching on the grounds. A ghost of a uniformed man appears too. Many say vampires and blood sucking or soul stealing monsters roam the night here. Some believe that a shape shifting demon that can assume the guise of an animal, especially a huge black dog. This monster often is said to lure unwary travelers into the dark buildings to slay and devour them. The creature also preys on young children, robs graves, drinks blood, steals coins and eats the dead, taking on the form of the one they previously ate going to their home and devouring the entire family over the course of a night.


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