- President Bongbong Marcos, in a recent vlog published on social media, expressed belief that Malacañang Palace is indeed haunted by ghosts
- The president then went on to narrate his paranormal experiences while living there as a son of then President Marcos Sr and today as the leader of the Philippines
- PBBM shared his hair-raising experience of seeing chairs move by themselves in a guest room he stayed in while waiting for the renovation in his bedroom to be finished
- He also talked about walking up the stairs by himself and feeling a strong and heavy presence just behind his back, causing him to alternately walk forward and backward
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President Bongbong Marcos, in a recent vlog published on his YouTube channel, expressed firm belief that Malacañang Palace is indeed haunted by ghosts and other paranormal beings.
In his vlog, he shared that he himself had some hair-raising and frightful experience while living in the palace as a son of then President Marcos Sr and today as the leader of the Philippines.
He said that there are really areas in Malacañang that might be a home to some spirits.
The president then went on to share one of his frightful experiences before involving a guest room near the state dining room.
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“Itong mga kwentong ito ay hindi ko pa naikukuwento sa mga anak ko, baka matakot kasi eh,” PBBM began as his son, Ilocos Norte 1st District Representative Sandro Marcos listened beside him.
“Gabing-gabi na, umuwi ako. Sinasara ko lang ‘yung pintuan mula du’n sa kuwarto ko. Pagbukas ko ba naman ng pintuan, nakita ko biglang gumalaw ‘yung mga upuan! ‘Di nagsisisigaw ako dito at tumakbo ako. Sinabi ko sa security, ‘May multo, may multo’!” PBBM recalled.
More recently, PBBM said he has seen chandeliers in one area of the palace move by themselves even though there are no winds or earthquake.
He also talked about his experience of having felt a presence behind him while going up alone the formal stairs of Malacañang.
“Kung minsan, lalo na ‘pag gabi, at mag-isa ka, lalo na kapag nakaakyat dito sa front door, yung pormal na hagdan na papasok sa Palasyo, minsan, actually ilang beses na nangyari sa akin, pag-akyat ko na ganoon, ramdam na ramdam ko na may nakatingin sa akin doon sa likod,” the president narrated.
“Paatras tuloy ako na aakyat dahil nakakatakot, alam niyo naman kung minsan, kapag naglalakad ka, mararamdaman mo kapag may nakatingin sa ‘yo eh, may sumusunod sa ‘yo eh, ganoon ang pakiramdam ko,” PBBM said.
After hearing the hair-raising experiences of his father, Sandro jokingly suggested that he would just get a condo nearby.
“Kukuha na lang ako ng condo sa malapit,” Sandro jokingly said.
Ferdinand "Bongbong" Romualdez Marcos Jr., also more popularly known as BBM or PBBM, is the 17th President of the Republic of the Philippines. He also served as Governor of Ilocos Norte in 1983, holding that office until the ouster of his father, President Ferdinand Marcos Sr. In 1998, he was elected again as Governor of Ilocos Norte and served for three terms and later ran and won a seat in the Philippine Senate during the 2010 elections. He served as Philippine Senator until 2016. He ran for Vice-President during the 2016 elections but was unsuccessful and in 2022, he ran for president and won with a landslide victory.
During the 2022 elections, many celebrities supported the candidacy of PBBM, and among them is Claudine Barretto, who took to Instagram to express her support for the younger Marcos' presidential bid. She also posted a photo of her along with Bongbong and it's promoting their candidacy. The veteran actress has also entered politics and she is currently running for councilor in Olongapo City. Moreover, Claudine's IG post has gone viral effortlessly as it has received various comments from netizens.
The presidential candidacy of PBBM during the campaign also met some controversies, among them is his non-raising of the hands of Bukidnon Governor Jose Ma. Zubiri, the father of now-Senate president Miguel Zubiri. One can see the governor's surprise after PBBM appeared to avoid raising his arms in a show of support. Nevertheless, Sen. Zubiri said what happened was a simple miscommunication. The senator also expressed belief that the video surfaced just to sow chaos within the UniTeam.
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