Haunted Houses in Philippines

In the Philippines, we have found a large number of haunted houses. When we started to gather a list of haunted houses in their first we decided to listed most well known haunted houses first e.g. Manilla Theater, Ozone disco, Star Mall Alabang and Fort Santiago Haunted Stories. You are advised to keep checking in regular basis to know about more haunted houses in the Philippines.

University of the Philippines Los Banos
At the feet of Mount Makiling, where mystery and mythology remains side by side, there the University of the Philippines Los Banos (UP Los Banos) with an addition of haunted stories. The oldest existing building of the university is Baker memorial hall. During the World War II, Baker hall was a Military Camp of Japanese soldiers. Most buildings inside destroyed, but Baker Hall survived in the Los Baños raid. This hall is well known now for its ghost stories. Apparition of garroted prisoners appears almost every night. Their ghosts make the scary atmosphere. Sometimes people encountered different types of spooky experiences. They hear loud music and party going on in the Baker hall. Some men and women in 80's era dressed up enjoying the party. Those who saw this party ran to call their friends to join there. When they came back everything is as quite. Just like the hall was laughing at them at night.

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Star mall, Ayala Alabang
The Star mall in Ayala Alabang village is one of the Philippine's most haunted locations. It has so many scariest stories spread over the area. This mall is really very very haunted to those people who faced it. Many ghostly incidents are there such as once a couple went to the Star mall for watching movie. They went little after the movie was started. Then they faced a blood chilling experience you never imagine.

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Haunted Fort Santiago
Intramuros is known as a walled city in Manilla, Philippines. Fort Santiago is the part of this city was built in the 16th century for "Miguel López de Legazpi" – the Spanish conquistador. Fort Santiago stands for the valor and proud of Filipino history. José Rizal, the great leader of Philippine, spent his last days here. His footsteps still heard in the way from the cell towards the place of his execution.

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Manila Theatre
The famous Manila Film Center is located in the Pasay city of Philippines. It was prepared and served in the first Manila film festival (MIFF) in 1982. This is divided in auditoria and archive. That time Philippine's first lady Imelda Marcos involve with the development of this film center. After the terrible accident on November 17, 1981, many ghostly incidents starting to reported by many people.

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Ozone Disco on Timog Avenue
Ozone Disco was a popular nightclub on Timog Avenue corner of Tomas Morato Avenue in Quezon City, Philippines. Before there was a jazz club named "Birdland". In 1991 Sage Orgaoow opened the Ozone Disco in the place of the jazz club. In March 18, 1996 marked as the darkest day of the most terrible fire accident in the history of Philippine, after that the disco became extremely haunted.

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