8 haunted places in the Philippines that will give you the instant creeps
- The Halloween holidays is never complete without the creepy stories about dead people and haunted places
- The Philippines is also known for its scary folk stories and haunted places where souls were sighted often
- These are the 8 most haunted places in the Philippines you would never want to go to alone
During the Halloween season, many people go on vacation while there are some who seek adventure by going to haunted places with their friends.
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These are the top 8 haunted places in the Philippines that will either make you want to go on an adventure or just stay at home and pray that lost souls or spirits won’t visit you.
1. Manila City Hall Clock Tower
You think this place is so busy that ghosts wouldn’t bother the employees? Think again. This iconic clock tower is infamous for the paranormal activities happening in there. There have been reports that employees hear strange noises and see unexplained sightings when the clock strikes 6 p.m.
2. Diplomat Hotel Baguio
First look at this place will make you want to go back home. Diplomat Hotel in Baguio City has become popular because of the ghost apparitions roaming the place. Others claim that a mysterious nun is wandering in the halls of the hotel especially at night.
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3. Teachers’ Camp, Baguio City
Indeed, the city of Baguio has a lot of haunted places and one of these is the Teachers’ Camp. Many visitors claimed that there are unusual sounds and faint footsteps along the halls of the buildings. Aside from this, a headless priest is also haunting the place.
4. 4th Floor of Lyceum of the Philippines University Manila
While schools should be a safe place where students can study in peace, the fourth floor of the Lyceum of the Philippines University is also haunted according to students. One of the bathrooms on the floor has become a place of paranormal activity where faint screams of a young boy can be heard.
5. Malacañang Palace
Even President Rodrigo Duterte cannot scare the spirits in the Palace because there are rumors that the spirits of the former presidents remain in the place. Some employees claim that peculiar voices can be heard in the hallways, too!
6. University of the Philippines, Los Baños
As one of the oldest universities in the Philippines, UPLB has become a campus infested with uninvited spirits. Students reported that certain voices seeking justice can be heard in every hallway.
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7. Philippine Military Academy, Baguio City
Indeed, Baguio City would qualify as a haunted city. Souls of departed soldiers still roam the buildings in PMA. There are even marching sounds in the middle of the night, which surely makes other soldiers go to sleep.
8. Starmall, Alabang
Did you know that this mall is standing on a former cemetery? Now you might not go again to this mall EVER. One horrifying story about the mall is when a couple decided to watch a comedy film in one of its cinemas. Since it is a comedy film, the audience, and the couple, was laughing. Little did the couple know that they were the only ones watching the entire film when the lights were turned on.