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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #200 on: February 19, 2013, 02:38:16 PM »
@ sis preciosa and sis shegothim,

alam din ni hubby ko yang mansion kasi he's from paranaque din. when he was younger talagang maganda daw yang mansion. parang nang aakit talaga na pasukin mo siya.

when we go visit my inlaws titignan ko nga rin yan pag nadaanan namin.
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #201 on: February 19, 2013, 03:17:06 PM »
^ ikaw sis hindi mo siya napapansin...? Sabi pa sa blog nung sinasakop na daw ng japanese ang pinas ay ibinenta nila yung property for P300,000 at sa pagkaka intindi ko naging useless ang 300k na yun dahil sa mickey mouse money... Before mag 2010 may ilaw pa daw sa first floor kapag gabi pero ngayon wala na daw as in sobrang madilim na kapag gabi doon... May nasagap pa ako sa isang blog na pag mamay ari na daw ng isang institution ng gay/guys ba (diko magets) yung property hehe... Sa likod daw ng mansion may swimming pool...

@sweetsweet sis balitaan moko ha... hehe

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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #202 on: February 20, 2013, 03:28:46 PM »
klengmorales - my mom is a solod cbcian. from gradeschool to highschool aiya and here are her stories. year 1961.
may cave daw don if andon pa siya ha. until today ahe doesnt know ano ba meron don. pero never daw niya matignan kasi parang may lalabas or may makikita siya.
and super hotspot nga daw yung mga cr. nakakatakot naman daw kasi talaga. dami madre at white lady nagpapakita. basta yung cbc daw ang dami pasikot sikot, daming lusutan. but that was 1961
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #203 on: February 26, 2013, 05:45:26 PM »
If you're from pasig.. alam niu siguro yung Colegio del Buen Consejo (CBC) na school especially dun sa may cr. yung sa ground floor cr dati nung nag cr ako mag isa.. iba na talaga pakiramdam ko... hindi ako naka experience pero ang balita is biglang may nag fflush ng toilet at namamatay ang ilaw... at sobrang lamig sa loob ng cr :(. pati yung mga rebulto ng mga santo sa hallway at malapit sa stairs parang buhay

Meron pa dati sa libran house sa rufino cor.legaspi st. nag cr ako dun biglang may tumawa na batang babae. I just found out from an office mate na may bata talaga sa 2nd floor nun.

Ang daming ghost stories ng CBC. I heard a lot of creepy stories there when I was a kid since my childhood friends were studying there. Famous yang washroom spooky tales plus yung sinasabi nilang "The Singing Lady" na nagpasalin-salin na yung kwento up to this day. Ang kwento daw kase ther was once a student with a beautiful face and blessed with a terrific singing voice. Since maganda nga yung boses nung girl, choir member din sya ng school na yun. One day daw, while singing in school, parang pinilit nyang abutin yung high note na beyond na sa capacity nya. Sounds absurd pero nalagutan daw ng litid na ikinamatay nung girl. Since then madalas na may naririnig silang kumakanta out of no where, nung una daw hinahanap pa nung mga students or teacher kung san nanggagaling yung boses, bigla na lang daw kaseng may kakanta habang nagkaklase.  :o Pag sinabi daw ng teacher sa class na walang practice ang choir o ang glee club for that day and yet may kumakanta, alam na - understood na daw yun.  ;D

Another one, sa PCC(Pasig Catholic College) - I had a classmate there na may third eye, may nakikita syang pari na naka brown robes and sometimes black both were headless. Basing on the description, pari ng sinaunang panahon. Then during our retreat in Tagaytay, na overheard kami nung facilitator namin who also has third eye na nagkukwentuhan about ghosts and stuff. All of a sudden he just blurted out "Lalayo pa kayo, eh sa preschool and kindergarten department nyo lang nagkalat na, plus yung lumang highschool building nyo sa likod and some selected washrooms..." sabay alis. Nagkatinginan na lang kami lahat. LOL! ;D
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #204 on: March 07, 2013, 08:54:09 AM »
Being a ghost hunter who leads ghost tours, I've had a lot of experience with ghosts. Nakatago pa ang mga photos, audios and videos sa amin serving as proof that they respond --- they talk, they answer questions, they grant requests, they appear on cam and so on. If you really want to have an experience with ghosts, places that will not disappoint are Diplomat Hotel, Laperal Mansion, Clark, Corregidor, BSU, to mention a few. Kahit dito lang sa Manila maraming haunted places, particularly sa Intramuros.
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #205 on: March 07, 2013, 09:08:47 AM »
WoOoOowwww....!!!! sis may salbahe din ba...?

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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #206 on: March 07, 2013, 09:13:58 AM »
Meron pero very seldom sa ghosts ang may capacity to hurt. It takes a lot of energy for them to even move an object. Ang kadalasang nananakit, yung mga evil spirits and demons. Believe it or not, I've even witnessed possessions; however, only 3 can be considered authentic. Karamihan, mass hysteria, psychological, etc.
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #207 on: March 07, 2013, 11:43:01 AM »
Naniniwala din ako jan na karamihan may problem sa isip... Ang galing lang kasi its very similar sa possessions ano... Akala mo talaga may sapi.,. Ang dami din kasing klase ng psycho problems diba...
Baka nga yung iba combination na din... Sa tingin mo sis...?
Ang nag iisang moment ko na creepy was year 2008... Sakto ala una ng madaling araw dito samin after namin mag usa
 Ni hubby sa phone (ofw kasi siya) biglang namatay ang kuryente... Tulog si baby... Nag cr ako pusa biglang may mahinang katok sa pinto ko... Tatlong beses *toktoktok
To cut the story well nag hysterical ako nun well mejo lang hahaha kasi tatlong set yung katok niya eh...
Malaking question mark kung buhay yun or patay ang gumawa nun sakin... Umabot pa nga na tumawag na yung pinsan ko ng tanod sa area kasi tinawagan ko siya hindi ako makalabas ng kwarto nun...
Ang mama ko nasa taas din tinawagan ko siya hindi din makalabas dahil sobrang natakot sa kwento ko kasi di nga namin alam kung buhay ba or patay ba yung nanggugulo na yun...

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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #208 on: March 07, 2013, 12:20:00 PM »
sis hersmart4ever, BSU-meaning benguet state university?
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #209 on: March 07, 2013, 12:32:00 PM »
Keep em coming sisses.  I do not have third eye but I am always fascinated by paranormal stories. 

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« Reply #210 on: March 07, 2013, 01:32:29 PM »
Being a ghost hunter who leads ghost tours, I've had a lot of experience with ghosts. Nakatago pa ang mga photos, audios and videos sa amin serving as proof that they respond --- they talk, they answer questions, they grant requests, they appear on cam and so on. If you really want to have an experience with ghosts, places that will not disappoint are Diplomat Hotel, Laperal Mansion, Clark, Corregidor, BSU, to mention a few. Kahit dito lang sa Manila maraming haunted places, particularly sa Intramuros.

I agree with Corregidor and sa Baguio plus Intramuros.. With Corregidor and Intramuros, they have a bloody history because of WW2. Marami talaga casualties noon and hindi lang naman sa Intramuros, even yung mga old places sa Manila meron.

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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #211 on: March 07, 2013, 02:06:44 PM »
I think ghosts are everywhere. Meron nga lang mga lugar na mas ramdam sila doon. Sa bahay namin sa province, may mga nagpapakita or nagpaparamdam. Meron din daw na kapre at duwende na nakatira sa puno sa garden namin. Sometimes nakakakita ako ng mga multo (parang through passing lang), sometimes they tap me on my shoulder. When I was younger, takot na takot ako pero sabi ng parents ko di daw ako dapat matakot dahil sila daw ang guardians ng bahay namin. Kaya ngayon, if ever nakikita ko sila or naririnig, ignore na lang.

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« Reply #212 on: March 07, 2013, 02:31:55 PM »
Being a ghost hunter who leads ghost tours, I've had a lot of experience with ghosts. Nakatago pa ang mga photos, audios and videos sa amin serving as proof that they respond --- they talk, they answer questions, they grant requests, they appear on cam and so on. If you really want to have an experience with ghosts, places that will not disappoint are Diplomat Hotel, Laperal Mansion, Clark, Corregidor, BSU, to mention a few. Kahit dito lang sa Manila maraming haunted places, particularly sa Intramuros.
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #213 on: March 08, 2013, 03:32:54 PM »
@preciosa, may minimal fee ang ghost tours kasi may program yun and may tour guides. I'll let you know kapag may coming sched.
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #214 on: March 08, 2013, 03:37:05 PM »
@trishevil I second emotion. They are around us. Sometimes, they outnumber us. May mga lugar nga lang na sobrang lakas ng presence nila. May explanation yun. They need energy to manifest. May mga lugar na nakakakuha sila ng energy ng mas maluwag. Sometimes naman, it's the emotion of the people who are in that area that can feed them with energy. In some cases, may mga ghosts na sobrang lakas ng emotion, like anger, hunger for revenge, etc. Malalakas ding mag manifest ang mga yan.
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #215 on: March 08, 2013, 03:38:52 PM »
Regarding possession, may mga ways naman to find out kung authentic o hindi. Mahabang usapan yan anyway.
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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #216 on: March 08, 2013, 06:02:22 PM »
@hersmart4ever - ask ko lang sis, bakit may ghosts pa rin sa earth? why do they stay with the living ones? Dahil ba sa unfinished business? Kaya ba nila makapunta sa other side? If so, I do pity them kasy restless pa rin sila.

(Parang ang weird lang na naawa ako sa kanila kahit na takot ako sa kanila hehe)

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Re: Scary/Haunted/Eerie places in the Philippines
« Reply #217 on: March 09, 2013, 12:22:43 AM »
^ They can't move on. There are several reasons why. Hindi lang unfinished business. Yung iba, hindi pa ma accept. Yung iba, hindi sila aware. Yung iba ayaw pa umalis kasi mayroong hindi maiwan, may hindi nagawa, etc.
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« Reply #218 on: March 09, 2013, 12:26:09 AM »
Yung iba, bound sa isang bagay like pag-aari nila, belongings nila and so on. May cases naman na hindi sila nakaka move on dahil sa mga naiwan nila. We make it harder for them to move on.
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