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you try ghost hunting?
believe I have written a post about the haunted Laperal White House located at
no. 14 Leonard Wood Road sometime November and how any person born and bred in Baguio
City has a piece of story about how haunted the place is.
fact, a local television show host with a psychic locked themselves inside the
house for a Halloween episode and reported about cold spots, orbs,
out-of-this-world whispers, and banging inside the house.
LIST (As of 2016) of hotels/inns/bed & baths to stay when in Baguio.
folks swear that they see an apparition of a little girl on the front
steps. I also heard about a woman
drenched in blood standing at the front door and my brother swore he saw a
woman in white by the upstairs window looking at them.
house was home to the Laperals, reportedly one of the oldest clans in Baguio
City, in the 1920s. Vague accounts claim
that the family members were brutally massacred during World War II and the
house was converted into a Japanese headquarters where folks were massacred and
house has been empty for years, except for caretakers who chose to live within
the house’s compound (and not inside!) with creepy tales to tell, until it was
opened to the public around November of 2012, with featured art exhibits.
was there early December of 2012 to see the Bamboo Art Exhibit and of course, to feel
if there is some sort of psychic phenomena over there. I was with my friend, but the Laperal White
House Halloween episode kept playing in her mind and she refused to
|Too Bad I Forgot My Camera and had to settle for my phone’s cam|