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10 Most Haunted Places in Philippines

Updated on August 13, 2011

Hauntings in Philippines

Philippines, though a small island country, has a number of noted hauntings documented, study of those is very important for any paranormal enthiusiast. These hauntings range from smoky to full-bodied (even headless) aparitions of dead people.

If you're aware of any place in Philippines though personal experience, that we may have left out, which is known for it's paranormal activity, please do bring it to our notice.

Baguio, Haunted City in the Mist

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The City of Pines is not just about the cold weather and the strawberries; it seems to be the place for a whole lot of paranormal activity too. Some of the best known haunted sites are found here.

Diplomat Hotel in Baguio City, Philippines

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Diplomat Hotel, an abandoned structure in Dominican Hill that allegedly saw the beheading of nuns and priests during the Second World War. Residents in the area claim to have heard screaming and howling even during the daytime. Former hotel employees even say that there are headless ghosts walking the halls carrying their heads on platters.

History of Diplomat Hotel on Dominican Hill Horror - Most Haunted places in Philippines

The former Diplomat Hotel in Baguio City, Philippines sits on top of the Dominican Hill. It used to be a rest house and a seminary way back 1911 before it was developed into a hotel.

During the World War II, numerous nuns and priests were beheaded there and this was believed to be the reason why headless apparitions can often be seen during the night inside the hotel. The employees and guests also claimed that they have been hearing strange sounds.

Since the death of its owner, Spiritual Healer Tony Agpaoa, in 1987, the hotel ceased its operation and has been closed to the public. It was declared off limits to visitors as well. However, the people who are living nearby would often be disturbed by sounds coming from the Dominican Hill at night. They would hear banging of doors and windows, clattering of dishes and voices of screaming people, who seem to be agonizing.

A lot of documentaries have been written about this mysterious and panoramic building. Until now, a lot of curious people would like to see its ruins in person, the once grand hotel which boasts of its large rooms and striking combination of qualities.

Real Ghostly Encounter at Diplomat Hotel - Paranormal activity in Baguio City, Philippines

Let me share a story about what I experienced in this place...

"...several pictures also show orbs, shadows and unexplained images during our photo ops in this placed anyway but the scariest thing I did experience is shooting on an unknown shadow that i thought its another airsofter player, I ran out of bb's but the shadow is still in there until umpires shouted game over... I went back to our neutral zone and was told that I'm the only player left..

Another story is that a kid was running on the 2nd floor went to a room were the chimney is located, we thought that there is a civilian visiting the area, we shouted "cease fire! civilian in the area..."

We waited around 5 min no civilian went out, we went to the 2nd floor,check chimney room no one was there..we heard rumors about this kid, that this kid died during the fire when diplo was still a hotel.. another one is i several moving an ilhouettes in white moving from one room to the other and others like you feel you are being watched...or as if you are with someone in a certain room but you are alone...but to be honest i love this placed a mix of adrenaline rush and goosebumps while you are playing...but we still pay respect to this place...before we play we pray."

Teacher's Camp in Baguio City, Philippines

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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.

Ghostly Footsteps at Teacher's Camp

Paranormal activity in Baguio City, Philippines

"Ghosts are definitely not real. Those were my words said before we started our trip up to the mountains of Baguio city. A group of delegates from our grade school department were going to a leadership seminar in one of the most haunted places in the Philippines, Teachers camp. Plenty of ghosts stories come from that dreaded place where we were about to stay for six days. It was known for it's old age and the rumors that it was built on top of a war-related area. People see ghosts of war veterans and enemy soldiers kidnapping women. I thought I could never experience something like that, But I was wrong.

First day of the trip was fun, as I remember. We went biking around the park there and hung out in the hotel room of one of the delegates parents. I didn't even think about the place we were really supposed to stay, until of course I saw our hall in Teachers Camp. The camp was enormous, plenty of halls we could've stayed in. But of all of the halls we were assigned to, we were assigned to White hall, the oldest and the one in the worst condition. The floor would creak with every step and because of an opening between the ceiling and wall you could hear anything from chattering teachers to the bags of others dragged on the floor. Our toilets didn't even work well. So everyday I dreaded coming back to that hall at night.

The long awaited first night in our room finally came and as usual I didn't sleep well, I always have difficulty sleeping whether at home or a creepy camp. Room 109 was our assigned quarters, four other girls stayed in the room with me and they were comfortable with the place, just a bit disgusted at the counterproductive toilet. Anyway, As I was saying I didn't sleep well at all. I was awake until the hours of eleven desperately trying to sleep, of course I left the lights on fearing something might go bump that night. Finally, I fell asleep for around four hours and woke up again at 3:00 am. "Screw sleep." I thought. Luckily, I brought an interesting book from my sister. I read undisturbed yet still a bit paranoid for a few minutes. Until I heard something.

Footsteps. Faint yet coming closer. I stopped reading and waited if they'd actually get louder. They did. Before anything got any louder I actually peeked outside of my room, finding nothing, but the footsteps kept coming. Stronger and closer as it headed down from the stairs across the room. I went back to my bed and just stayed there, sitting upright, my ears eagerly taking in the footsteps. I was nervous, I tried to calm myself saying that there were late guests coming in. But then the footsteps reached the entrance of the room, so roughly that I felt the bed move whenever it sounded. I freaked and hid my head under the blanket. Hurriedly, reciting my prayers, while my friends slept soundly. I feared I'd see something that I'd remember for the rest of my life. The footsteps felt as if it was coming towards my bed. Then it stopped. I lifted enough courage to look up from my blanket. I saw a white shady figure with a somewhat bloodied face. It was only for a few seconds, until I finally got the urge to hide myself from it. I hid under the blanket again. The footsteps ensued but this time grew fainter and fainter until it was gone, like the figure. I was so scared I could barely get sleep. For the passing days, in room 109, nothing else happened.

I told my friends about this ghostly experience and they laughed about it. I know what I saw, whether it was a ghost or just my mind playing paranoid tricks on me. I still go to Teachers Camp and I still hear stories of the hauntings, even ones similar to mine, but hearing or reading ghosts stories can never amount to the thrill of experiencing one."

- Emile

A close encounter with a lovestruck ghost at the Teachers' Camp

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"The former Miss V who is a daughter of a pastor had a close encounter with a lovestruck ghost at the Teachers' Camp in Baguio City. She was teaching in a university when this incident happened, not to mention that she was still single and had just broken up with her medical intern-boyfriend.

My friend's group planned to stay at the Teachers' Camp for their summer sojourn in Baguio. Although the camp accepted non-academic groups for the use of the facilities, they still thought that it would be much easier for them to be accommodated if they have a referral from someone in the academe.

I was requested to get that referral from my friend, Miss V. I met her during her lunch break at the faculty room. While handing to me the letter, she asked me if I believe in ghosts.

I said yes, but I did not tell her that I could see one. I sensed that she was reluctant to discuss what she considered as unbelievable. It was another faculty who urged her to tell a story about the ghost at the Teachers' Camp.

Their church had this summer leadership training for the youth of their parish. She was responsible for the program and activities. Together with her in a room were the invited speakers who were also her colleagues in the academe. The two first two days were scheduled for the lectures and the remaining two were for the activities. The last day would be for the graduation of the participants and tour of Baguio City.

The program turned out to be going on smoothly on the first day that Miss V decided to retire to her room in the mid afternoon . Her monthly period that gave her stomach and leg cramps and nauseous feeling was killing her.

It must have been three o clock when she awoke with an uncanny feeling that she was not alone. In the semi-darkness of the room, she looked around and had the distinct impression that there was an intruder in the place. Thinking that it was one of those male youths with them in the training, she looked out into the room. At the corner, she saw what appeared to be a dark figure. It was a man and though she could not make out any features, he seemed lifelike as any human intruder might be.

She did not move while she waited for the intruder to leave. But he didn't. She was scared when the figure approached her bed and touched the pillow. She seemed she heard him spoke and sung a song in the native dialect of the province. She was being serenaded with a love song!!!

She knew that she was very much awake but she was paralyzed and was trembling at the same time.When she was about to cry for help, he vanished into thin air. She knew all along that she wasn't dealing with any flesh-and blood person but a ghost.

Her friends did not allow her to be alone any time of the day after she told them the story.

A lady friend was requested to sleep by her side. They prayed together before bedtime.

On the third night, she was awakened by the singing and the scent of flowers. She woke up her friends in anticipation of his appearance.

Unfortunately, it was only she who could hear the song. But they could smell the flowers inside the room.

Even without seeing the 'ghost" the group made an appeal to him to spare their friends from this haunting.

Miss V told the group that on the fourth night, the ghost bid farewell and asked for an apology that he disturbed her. But in his apology, there was no hint that he realized that he was already dead. Now Miss V is already a missus but she has not forgotten about the ghost-admirer."

- Cathy

Philippine Military Academy, Baguio City, Philippines

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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.

Balete Drive in New Manila, Quezon City
Balete Drive in New Manila, Quezon City

Balete Drive in New Manila, Quezon City

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Balete Drive, a street in New Manila, Quezon City, gained fame during the '80s because of a certain lady dressed in white who was reported to hail cabs, ride for a while, then mysteriously disappear.

Legend has it that this woman was a rape victim unceremoniously dumped in the street. It didn't help that Balete Drive was poorly lit and lined with numerous balete trees, which are home to supernatural creatures according to popular folklore.

Despite the lack of evidence to support this story, many people avoided driving there.

Manila Film Center - Most Haunted places in Philippines

Manila Film Center, Most Haunted places in Philippines
Manila Film Center, Most Haunted places in Philippines

The Manila Film Center was erected during the Marcos regime as a venue for a film festival to be attended by international movie stars.

During construction, an accident happened -- the upper floor collapsed, sending the workers down into the freshly laid concrete below, burying them alive. It was a tragedy; but with the deadline of the festival looming, Imelda Marcos allegedly instructed that the buried victims be left unearthed, and just covered with another layer of concrete.

Thus begins the urban legend of the Manila Film Center, whose walls are said to talk. Because there are actually people inside them.

Haunting at Manila Film Center
Haunting at Manila Film Center

History of Manila Film Center

Haunting at Manila Film Center

"The Manila Film Center, in a far corner of the Cultural Center complex on Roxas Blvd., is probably the country's most infamous structure. Some would say it is cursed, although a Korean-owned company is currently making a flamboyant effort to rehabilitate its image with a transvestite Las Vegas-like act. Now housing the "Amazing Philippine Theatre," the massive building is patronized nightly by dozens of Korean honeymooners who pose in front of the kitschy Egyptian Pharoah figure above the doorway before entering to enjoy the performance by the "country's prettiest gays." Most of the couples are completely unaware of its ghostly reputation, if one doesn't consider Filipino males with long hairless legs as apparitions.

But prettiest gays or not, ordinary superstition-loving Filipinos have avoided the building like SARS.

Even before it was finished in 1982, in time for the Manila International Film Festival, Imelda's film palace -- as others would call it -- suffered the first of its outrageous misfortunes. On November 17, 1981, during the pouring of cement, an upper floor collapsed, sending an untold number of workers hurtling into fresh cement or onto upright steel bars where they hung like barbeque (this was a witness's analogy, not mine) for hours until their bodies were retrieved.

The story all this time, or at least as I and countless others believed it, was that Imelda immediately ordered the bodies in the cement to be paved over so that work could resume and her looming deadline met. News about the tragedy was censored during the martial law era, so rumors and ghosts filled the vacuum.

Ghosts take over

Since then, as legend would have it, the Manila Film Center has become a haven for the supernatural, as spirits of the dead bodies encased in high-strength cement plead for recovery and a decent burial. So-called "spirit questors" have confirmed it, as well as various mediums (media?) and manghuhula.

In other words, that Parthenon-inspired white elephant in a dark, secluded spot next to Manila Bay is a fu****g scary place.

On top of that, it has become a gargantuan symbol of Imelda's edifice complex. The Manila Film Center did once house government agencies that promoted Philippine cinema, and is credited, at least by Marcos-era impresario Johnny Litton, for making possible Peque Gallaga's classic, Oro, Plata, Mata.

Later, after the Cory government repudiated everything Imeldific, the film palace lost its glamor when it became the government's central passport office. Then the 1990 earthquake struck. The building shook and the stairs and road around the structure cracked.

Sufficiently spooked, the passport people abandoned the building, which was visited afterwards only occasionally by people interested in the occult or film fanatics led by the CCP's Ed Cabagnot who once organized a colorum film screening there. In 2001, the Koreans started renting it for their version of the gay shows that draw the tourist multitudes in Thailand."

-- Howie Severino

UP Los Baños Campus, University of Philippines - Most Haunted places in Philippines

UP Los Baños Campus, University of Philippines - Most Haunted places in Philippines
UP Los Baños Campus, University of Philippines - Most Haunted places in Philippines

Probably all school campuses, especially those that have seen and survived the war, have stories of hauntings. However, the Los Baños campus of the University of the Philippines seems to outdo all these. Not only did it witness the war, it is also situated at the foot of the mysterious Mount Makiling -- a spooky, supernatural combination. They have sightings of Philippine mythical creatures like thekapre. They have bridges that seem to take forever to cross at night. And they have the infamous Baker Hall, another former Japanese war camp, where ghosts of garroted prisoners are said to appear all the time.

Clark Air Base - Clark Air Base Hospital, Home Plate canteen, Clark Museum - Most Haunted places in Philippines

Clark Air Base - Clark Air Base Hospital, Home Plate canteen, Clark Museum - Most Haunted places in Philippines
Clark Air Base - Clark Air Base Hospital, Home Plate canteen, Clark Museum - Most Haunted places in Philippines

Clark Air Base, being an American settlement, experienced some major bombing from the Japanese during the War. One of these reportedly happened during Christmas of 1941 -- an air raid that was the death of merrymakers inside the Home Plate canteen, who were then celebrating Christmas. The souls apparently have not lost their party spirit, as early morning joggers have reported hearing party music and excited talk coming from inside, even when the building is obviously empty.

Other paranormal activities are reported in the abandoned Clark Air Base Hospital, where apparitions and mysterious voices are common occurrences. Violent spirits witnessed by the inhabitants have rendered the area off limits to everyone. And in Clark Museum, the ghost of a serviceman who committed suicide still haunts the place where he hanged himself.

Tell us about your experiences at these places... Would you still visit now that you know about their paranormal past...? What is your opinion about paranormal and the spirit worlds?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      The Manila Film Center is surely intriguing.

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      fefe42 5 years ago

      Hope you don't mind I linked to this and your ghosts in India lens from my ghost lens. Very interesting to read ghost stories in these countries!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      ive been to clark and stayed there for 8mos... the houses there, its like florida setting

      (i;ve never been to florida but that;s my kapampangan friends told me)... a lot of abandoned buildings and its really hard to sleep at night. its scary and yeah spooky feeling everywhere. the building we occupied that time is a very old building and there's a lot of ghost there. mainly american soldiers (white or black american soldiers)... in clark, its the first time ive heard someone whispered my name even my room mates are noisy :) and the feeling that u can't move and u can't scream and the feeling of being strangled? hell yeah... and one of my close friend, was touched by a very cold hand on her back... yikes!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i lived in los baños,so i have a lot of encounters in UPLB especially in the collage of forestry....i have this kind of extra ordinary talent.....(yup! i've got one too....third eye and talisman)i've been seeing ghost since i was a grade 3 student...i was starting having a conversation to "them" since i was a highschool...and now i am a 1st year collage student.

      last time me and my friends were hiking at the flat rocks inside UPLB...when suddenly one of my friends says that the trail were on was dividing into two......we got lost in the middle of nowhere...then we arrived atlast in the falls....my other friends were busy chatting on each other while walking and climbing rocks to get in the other side of the falls....

      i was alone now sitting in a rock and trying to connect with "them"....then i saw vissions......(i promised to keep it a secret).i op[en my eyes and saw...a beautiful maiden bathing on the falls right in front of me....i call her...and she was shocked when she knew that i see her....she told me that she was Maria Makiling...then she told me all her feedback on what happening to her beloved mountain ...she started to cry remmebering on how people destroy her home... then she was gone..... i know it was her birhtday that day.....and before she left..she gave me a beautiful red rosary from her falls......until this day i have that rosary inside my pocket......

      by the way all that was happened last January 20.2012.......if you got questions to ask...and if you guys have what i have...i am willing to advice you,just email me at tladiecoleen@ymail.com ......i know that some of you may think i have a screw loose.....even you mock me i just say that not all of you can believe me.... it's okay with me...

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: OMGas! ahahah. kuya/ate,that's one impressive ability you got there. seven of my classmates passed the upcat and the campus that they have chosen is ELBI. I hope you see them soon so you could give them advice. God Bless po diyan sa ELBI!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: OMGas! ahahah. kuya/ate,that's one impressive ability you got there. seven of my classmates passed the upcat and the campus that they have chosen is ELBI. I hope you see them soon so you could give them advice. God Bless po diyan sa ELBI!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      when i was in 1st year college and its my first time visiting Baguio, we stay in Concorde Hotel for 3nights, i remember my roommates were screaming while my professor checking on us.. they saw a white lady walking in chains.. at first i don't believe at all coz i don't want to be scared.. however, while im taking a shower someone is knocking at the bathroom tiled wall.. for 6times.. not the the door but on the tiled wall... it i impossible that someone could knock on it.. not only that... on our way to eat our dinner outside the hotel the bus driver cannot move at all coz a headless man wearing coat and tie outfit is blocking way.. we stayed there for 15mins... we are so scared that time...

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      when i was in 1st year college and its my first time visiting Baguio, we stay in Concorde Hotel for 3nights, i remember my roommates were screaming while my professor checking on us.. they saw a white lady walking in chains.. at first i don't believe at all coz i don't want to be scared.. however, while im taking a shower someone is knocking at the bathroom tiled wall.. for 6times.. not the the door but on the tiled wall... it i impossible that someone could knock on it.. not only that... on our way to eat our dinner outside the hotel the bus driver cannot move at all coz a headless man wearing coat and tie outfit is blocking way.. we stayed there for 15mins... we are so scared that time...

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i wanna dig that concrete under the Manila Film Center

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i wanna dig that concrete under the Manila Film Center

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i don't believe in ghosts iam believing in god

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i don't believe in ghosts iam believing in god

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I've been there and that party music was kinda creepy

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: I've been there and that party music was kinda creepy

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: why don't you believe in ghost? cause there always a saying that tosee is to believe?

      why?

      when it comes to me, i don't see God either but i believe in him. what can you say?

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: God is a ghost to you know a holy ghost...

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I HATE THIS ARTICLE IT SUCKS

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      @anonymous: if you Believe in God, then you should believe in Ghosts... S2pid!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: god is real..also ghosts..so don't say that ghost aren't real..because i can see too..tsk

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      hi i just want you guys outthere to discover siliman university's katipunan hall in dumaguete negros oriental it also haunted and many of the students avoiding to pass by at that area during nighttime

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      every hotel I have lived in has been haunted,, philippines is deffinatly more fun lol

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: plisss help me im in the clark yesterday pliss help me helppppppppppp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      what.. i don't know that UP was haunted LOL..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      oh my god a hanging man on the hospital

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      This was creepy i remember last 2011 when we have a fieldtrip we shall go in Clark base but thank god its cancelled. BTW all of us didn't know that story. and now i know. :)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Scary ^_^ I didn't know there is too many scary places in the Philippines,Oh well "It's more fune in the Philippines"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Scary ^_^ I didn't know there is too many scary places in the Philippines,Oh well "It's more fune in the Philippines"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      OMG,I thought it's more fun in the philippines but it is like it's more scary iny the philippines.....Scared much ^_^

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      OMG,I thought it's more fun in the philippines but it is like it's more scary iny the philippines.....Scared much ^_^

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I Actually Went To Bagiuo Before And Same Thing Happened To Me It Was Reall y

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      try the skyrise hotel in baguio!!!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      We went there in our Field trriip :O

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      More fun in the philippines! :)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      is that construction workers buried?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      My wife and I had a son who died in the USAF Medical Center on Clark in 1969.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: so intresting..i beleave ..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: so intresting..i beleave ..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: its not fune its fun

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: its not fune its fun

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: indeed. very scary place that one. ive seen a security guard screaming and running out of the hall late one night. next day he went home to cebu first light, saying something about a coffin being dragged by people and all.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Corregidor must be in the list and its the scariest place for me

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I`v actually ben to the Philippines many times and have ben to all of these places. So fuckin scary man!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      im filipino i live here

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      im filipino

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Yes and until now they are hunting people.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: lol

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Im currently studying in in UPLB and so far, I haven't experienced such creepy incidents. But I'm a fan of their ghost stories. Ghosts/paranormal sightings are often reported inside and out of Baker Hall, at BioSci, PhySci, CVM, Main Library of course, almost all dorms located within the university premises, and Copeland Gym. Moving on, I would like to recommend Corregidor to be added into the list; as well as, several places in the Visayas region:)

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      hindi pa ako nakapunta dyan. Kaya i have nothing to say about paranormal activities

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Respeto lang naman ang kailangan nila. since bata ako, nakakakita na ako ng mga hindi ordinaryong nilalang, dewende, engkanto, kapre, multo at iba pa..sana makapunta din ako sa mga lugar na yan...

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I am an American who lived one street off of Balete Drive on Dama De Noche in 1980-1982. A few strange things occurred at that house. The first happened not too long after we moved there. Our family was vacationing in Baguio when our housekeepers called the hotel very upset because all the lights in the house kept going off and on, even though most of the lights were off. My parents had a priest come and bless the house to appease the house help. Another very strange thing happened to me personally in 1981 or 1982. I was sleeping and had a very vivid dream of a lady dressed in a white dress standing at the foot of my bed. She then floated above me and squeezed my arms so tightly they hurt. She was repeating " My name is Susan! My name is Susan!". I was terrified! I flipped on light. My arms ached and I look down at them and there clearly were red marks shaped like handprints on them. I didn't get the feeling that the ghost wanted to harm me. I felt like she was desperate to be recognized as a person, not just a legend. I have always wondered if Susan was really her name.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: tama!!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      asan ang ozone disco dito? bakit wala?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I've been to Clark Air Base and.... Maybe you'd think im crazy but i think i heard old time party music coming from the Home Plate canteen and there was NO radio or stereo or anything to play music there....

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Subic Bay There is reports of a white lady on the road going to/from the old Naval hospital, also at the the old Naval mag. area!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Where is the Clark Air Base located at?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Wait... Srsly? omg is this true?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Clark :)) , it is located at Angeles City, Pampanga

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: In Clark, Philippines

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      So you're telling me that teachers go in love with dead people

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: if u don't believe in ghosts i dare u to that former hospital in Clark at night time w/ur friends/family...

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I was born in Baguio city. My dad is a PEEMAYER and so is my husband, who is now a general. It's the first time i hear about a ghost in PMA. I know about all the haunted stories in Baguio. In fact, we used to go on ghost huntings with my cousins everywhere in Baguio. But a ghost in PMA? I don't think so.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: so the story was true?>>>

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      well that was creepy, but honestly? I experienced once in Teachers Camp Baguio City, our room is 104, we didn't heard any footsteps, but we heard a little girl or maybe a boy, giggling around the hallway..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i think there are more haunted places in Baguio than those that are poster here. There's the Hyatt hotel, that disco where a lot of people were burned alive, several universities, and even in Camp John Hay. You'd be surprise as to how haunted Baguio is mainly because of that killer earthquake that struck in 1991.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      hayt.lol

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: I was born in balete drive in 19 pensylvania st balete drive I heard ghost stories from my aunts and uncles who grew up there the house that were living lies many ghosts which they always heard. We sold that house and transfer to a house that is not haunted.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: I was born in balete drive in 19 pensylvania st balete drive I heard ghost stories from my aunts and uncles who grew up there the house that were living lies many ghosts which they always heard. We sold that house and transfer to a house that is not haunted.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      yeah! what about John Hay? then those old universities there.

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      CavsBonham 4 years ago

      @anonymous: It is known to be the View Deck near Borromeo Field. I will send you the story by Uncle Bobo.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      This just shows how funny you humans are, your a hundred years early from truly understanding what this world really holds, your still too naïve.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      WHATEVER

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      this is freaky! i have to check out some of these places sometime... how come Baguio has so many haunted places? great post!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      wow... how come Baguio has so many haunted places??? i will check out some of that places.

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      Auriel 4 years ago

      Great information.

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      lowie1970 4 years ago

      A few years back the ghost hunters international has checked out that place and yes

      they see, & hear things.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      we just visit this place today its really feeling that someone saying that don't come close..........

      so scary place.......

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hey i went to up los banyos campus and i did not know it was haunted this is very scary and i now because i am only ten years old

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      A few years ago ghost hunter international has checked the former Clark Air force base hospital...And they see,and hear things you could checked out the video clips in you tube.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: me too.. it creeps into my mind knowing that many people are buried there without blessing..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      check out #14 laperal st. aka white house

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      iv'e been on UPLB, first time ko nun.. nakasakay kami sa van then ndi makaahon un van nmen tpos muntik na kami mamatay dhil muntik na mahulog un van.. grabe.. near death experience.. first time ko pa nmn..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      iv'e been on UPLB, first time ko nun.. nakasakay kami sa van then ndi makaahon un van nmen tpos muntik na kami mamatay dhil muntik na mahulog un van.. grabe.. near death experience.. first time ko pa nmn..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      is the diplomat hotel still accesible for visitors? or can you access the road in front of it?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: BWISIT! you have to leave a censored comment, kids below 18 might see this, and start following your perverted ways

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: BWISIT! you have to leave a censored comment, kids below 18 might see this, and start following your perverted ways

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: nyahahaha, hunted house? how about hunted hose? haha, spelling for retards...

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: HUNTED hose yan! marami jang gost! malolost ka! nyahahahaha, we have become spelling retards with too much text messaging!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: this girl is obviously very very afraid of finding out that ghosts are for real, she's into denial.

      morally frail people like you ought to hide into your shells, babies like you will never survive out in the real world

      i believe in ghosts, AND I BELIEVE IN GOD

      for the purpose of making idiots like you understand the big picture, there are 2 kinds of ghosts: number 1 is your 3D energy recording onto the physical place, and number 2 is the actual person still hanging around, minus their bodies.

      with number 1, there was an event that took place there, so intense that its leftover energy left behind an imprint onto the physical things present at the time, so that if all the correct conditions were present again (it's 11am again, its summer again, etc.; usually environmental conditions on anniversaries are very very close to the original conditions of the respective event, therefore the recurrences) the "3D recording" gets "played" again, although with the usual hazy, imperfectly-played reception.

      with number 2, you must offer lots of prayers for them, for these guys are truly lost: they might even think they are still alive, because their deaths were that sudden and violent. they might even think they must still maintain their lives, or that they still have unfinished businesses to finish.

      capish?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Ako nung bata ako parang meron akong nakita na Fairy.. Invisible fairy.. Sabi nga raw kalaro ko un ehh..

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      it doesn't look like it is haunted, it looks normal for me i never seen a ghost in my life so i don't believe in it, it is just non-sense, waste of time, go home!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      to see is to believe

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      Bigwas 4 years ago from Philippines

      i have been to dominican hill in baguio city, diplomat hotel s really haunted.

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      Rose Jones 4 years ago

      Very fun lens, pinned to my Asia and my ghosts board in case I ever get to travel to the Philippines.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      They attacked clark airbase at Christmas, that is really sad :(

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      just saw the white lady in balete drive earlier when i was driving home

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      How i love ghostly places i want to expirence it Joke

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I want to experience that activity which paranormal was always been experience.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I want to experience that activity which paranormal was always been experience.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @Mr Criminology: The Ghost hunters international went to that couple yrs ago. And they say it's not that haunted

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @anonymous: The reason Baguio is haunted because the Japanise troups were there during world war 2 way back in the 40's. Plus there was an earthquake in Baguio like sometime in 1980s...

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Clark Air Force Base is in the Province of Pampanga!!!

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      can i join the group of paranormal experience......

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I taught at the Philippine Highschool for the Arts for about a year and I had my own room separate from my students. At midnight, I would hear the sound of heavy chains being dragged along the concrete floor outside my room. Scary.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      So...my school is not haunted...but in friday the 13th ... We have seen a ghost inside the comfort room and it was going though me so I ran and ran to my classroom but... 100% of people said that you need to pray 1 Apostle Creed,1 Our father,1hail mary and 1glory be to let the ghost away...And thank u for posting the 10 haunted place in philippines ... happy to meet u ^^

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Maybe you could have a roommate to keep u company...Or maybe set up a video camera in the hallway and if you see something share it to GHI "ghost hunters international" in their face book...

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Chester, Maybe you could join Ghost Hunters here in states you could leave a message in their home page in face book or their web site...

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Mhea, If you lived here in the states? Maybe u could contact ghost hunters...In their web site or in face book..

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Did u played in the snow early this year in Baguio?

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      erotica 2 years ago

      "...the 'country's prettiest gays.' Most of the couples are completely unaware of its ghostly reputation, if one doesn't consider Filipino males with long hairless legs as apparitions."

      My god, how homophobic can you be? Crap writing, crap attitude.

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      wag kana 2 years ago

      marunong naman po tayong mag tagalog diba yung sa iba jan wag na magpakahirap mag english.. mali mali naman ang grammar.. kaloka!!

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      subhas 2 years ago

      read more

      www.ghoststoriesworld.com/haunted-houses-in-philippines

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      ansaya 2 years ago

      just a couple of weeks ago

      na experience namin ng barkada ko ang mga apparitions sa sports complex ng Lingayen, Pangasinan. .lalo na sa room no. 7. .

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      Rhienzy Faith Perocho 2 years ago

      we have the same...experience too about ghost,footsteps and noises in my house...when i am sleeping i heard footsteps too and noises. Banging doors in the comfort room,noises in my sliding door and even heard tapping in the window...I can't sleep that night...so i turn on the lights i tired to sleep but i can't so I'm so disappointed But I trust in God so I raise my confidence and tell it in my mind to leave me alone and stop disturbing this house... until the noise is gone and its became fainter and fainter...i woke up and say my prayers to God.

      * I Share This Story To Everyone Hope You Read It *

      Rhienzy Faith M. Perocho

      Mapatag, Hamtic, Antique, Philippines

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      sanaMagOpenNa3RDEYEko 2 years ago

      Nakaka inggit naman kayo. Ang saya ng ghost experience nyo. Meron din ako pero hindi creepy haha puro paramdam lang kasi. Gusto ko din makakita kaya sana makapunta ako sa mga lugar na haunted..

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      bulbol 2 years ago

      Mga gago haisxt

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      Jane 22 months ago

      I'm female and was 17 when I stayed in Teacher's camp. It started when I went out for a walk at around 11-12. I took some pictures with my tab, when it suddenly ran out of battery. I was staying with my family in a room and we usually sleep around 12-2 am. I heard someone singing every night for 3 days straight. However, I didn't understand it cause it was from a language I'm not familiar with. Basically, I never gave a damn about it. There were also times that I would smell flowers. One morning, my uncle confessed to us that he has been hearing cries eversince we moved to that room. My sister and cousin also heard the same cry. On night before we left, my mom told me to go to Albert hall. On my way there, I noticed someone following me. When I was about to turn back, a guard flashed his flash light on me and insisted that we go together. He looked scared so I dared not to ask him. The guard told one of my relatives to not to let me alone during the night. When I got home, I was able to charge my tab. And to my surprise, a blurry guy was always behind me

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      secret 21 months ago

      Hey i just wanted to tell you that ur article is really cool and interesting and i will deeply appreciate it if u would allow me to use this info in my artile for my school thanks n advance

      And keep up the good work

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      felmer 21 months ago

      here in mindanao..

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      Lee 17 months ago

      I'm working here at clark air base pampanga, i can definitely say that there is a lot of ghost or something that you cannot explain. Lalo na sa NTF dating morgue nang mga military.

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      Jude Ian 4 months ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Hi Beelogger,

      Excellent work, I always enjoy good pinoy horror stories. I'm doing a hub on Maria Makiling, you mind if I link your page to mine? Thanks

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