Haunted, Abandoned Military Hospital on Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island, Philippines

Corregidor Island exists just off the coast of Manila in the Philippines. It is a place of great historical significance, mostly related to WWII. The island was a strategic port that allowed those who held it to rule over Manila and thus the entire country. For that reason, it was a highly sought after base during the war and was seized by both the US and Japanese militaries at varying times. Many battles were fought […]

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The Manila Film Center Tragedy: Haunted Places of the Philippines

Manila, Philippines

The Manila Film Center was supposed to be a place of wealth, glory and fame. Today, its abandoned structure is left to crumble and its foreboding presence casts an eerie atmosphere over Manila. Though the exterior of this building is intimidating, it is the stories of death and ghosts inhabiting the film center that have formed the truly chilling reputation this building possesses. The Manila Film Center was built by a rich woman, Imelda Marcos. […]

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Mile-long Barracks: Ghosts of Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island, Philippines

The beautiful, ghostly Mile-long Barracks rest on Corregidor Island, just off the coast of Manila in the Philippines. Though the old barracks do not stretch for a full mile (coming in at just one third) they are still an impressive sight to see. The structure is currently unsafe and has sustained extensive damage from enduring bombing during WWII. Before it was destroyed, the building functioned as housing for many soldiers and officials that were stationed […]

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Laperal White House: Baguio’s Haunted House

Baguio, Philippines

Ask anyone local to Baguio city about ghosts and one notorious house will creep into the conversation. Known locally as the Laperal White House, this place has gained a reputation for striking fear into the hearts of many. Its existence came about during the 1920s when a well-to-do family decided to build a summer getaway house. The Laperal’s set their sights on Baguio, being the Philippine’s premium Summer getaway, and constructed a majestic pure white […]

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The Haunted Malinta Tunnel: War and Ghosts in the Philippines

Corregidor Island, Philippines

Corregidor Island sits off the coast of the Philippines and was a strategic place to hold during WWII. The island was seen as the key to Manila, sitting just within its bay. Resultedly it was fought over by both the US and Japanese military, who both managed to secure the island at differing times. Being a place that was so brutally ravaged by war, Corregidor Island saw mass amounts of bloodshed and death. The island […]

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Old Diplomat Hotel: Most Haunted Place in Baguio

Baguio, Philippines

A haunting and notorious reminder to the dark past that once shrouded the Philippines exists in the form of the Old Diplomat Hotel. This domineering building stands proud as the former Dominican Hill Retreat House, built back in 1913. It was constructed as a place of peace for local friars and nuns to inhabit, but it was destined to become something truly evil. WWII saw the Japanese invade the Philippines and seize Baguio from the […]

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Haunted Fort Santiago: Manila, Philippines

Manila, Philippines

In one of the most historic parts of Manila, known as Intramuros, lies a darkly disturbing omen to the past. Fort Santiago continues to stand proudly in perfect condition within this area, visited by many people daily. The fort is designed in a Spanish vein. Intended to create protective walls, tasked with sheltering Intramuros from harm. During its lifetime, which dates back to the late 1500s, Santiago Fort has had many different purposes. One of […]

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Japanese Tunnel: Haunted Places in Baguio, Philippines

Baguio, Philippines

A hidden network of secret tunnels spans underneath Baguio, the Philippines Summer capital. Part of this network (known as the Japanese Tunnel) has recently become accessible. But only to those brave enough to venture into its darkness. It was in these dark depths, meters beneath the floor of Baguio, that many of the city’s most disturbing events played out. Baguio became a popular destination for many after the Philippines was declared as American territory. This […]

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