Haunted houses usually have bloody pasts, real-life paranormal events and other stuff that great horror fiction are made of. So if you’re hungry for a round of thrills and screams, this list is totally made for you!
Just like the rest of the world, however, the country also has its fair share of bizarre statues. And while they are still remarkable in their own way, we can’t help but be a bit unsettled (or scared silly) every time we look at them.
To celebrate the best years of Pinoy horror, we are bringing back some of the most hair-raising creatures that made us piss in our pants.
We’ve all experienced that sensation at least once in our lifetime: that scary, hair-raising feeling of someone (or something) is watching us. Read about these famous Filipinos who’ve allegedly had their own encounters with the supernatural.
With the Philippines’ population projected to reach the 100 million mark this year (Source: Philippine Statistics Authority), it’s quite fascinating to know that there are still places in the country that remain uninhabited–or nearly uninhabited. Let’s take a look at some of Philippines’ most hauntingly beautiful ghost towns and abandoned buildings.
If you’re craving for bloodcurdling stories that will give you the goose bumps, look no further. Our history is chock-full of horror stories so horrifying that your teachers probably were too scared to even talk about them.
We Filipinos have always been fond of the unknown and the supernatural, hence why we have so many urban legends pervading the country. Some, of course, have achieved so much notoriety that they have become classics in Filipino folklore—always told over and over again without ever getting old.
Known as the “Iron Lady of Asia” and popular among the youth for her memorable witticisms, Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago has made Philippine politics even more colorful. Here are 15 lesser-known facts you probably didn’t know about Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago.
What sets Senator Santiago apart from the rest of the pack is her no-nonsense style of leadership. Combine that with her extraordinary intelligence, fierce temper and fiery tongue, and almost everything Santiago says has become a memorable quote worth repeating.
While we won’t take part in the endless debates, here are instead some lesser-known pics taken during the martial law years with very interesting back stories.
For those of you who have been itching to visit this Paradise of the North, here are 9 interesting facts you might want to know first about this beautiful province and its equally beautiful people.
Brilliant, feisty, and with a tongue that could set forests on fire, Miriam Defensor Santiago is undoubtedly one of the most colorful characters to have ever graced the country’s political landscape. Just how much badass-ness she has can be seen in the way she handled herself as a trial judge during the Marcos administration.
Laurel’s role during WWII has overshadowed the fact that he is probably one of the most accomplished Filipinos of all time, an intellectual giant admired by the likes of Jovito Salonga, Lorenzo Tañada, Claro M. Recto, and countless others.
We know them as the quintessential bad guys of our history. However, as the saying goes, there’s more than meets the eye.
Filipinos know them only by name but do we know where they actually came from? Here are five famous Filipino brands and the fascinating facts surrounding their origins.
On January 6-7, 1995, the Philippine National Police accidentally uncovered the forerunner to the 9/11 attacks when a mysterious fire which broke out in the Doña Josefa apartment in Manila led them to discover a cache of bomb-making equipment.
While it cannot be denied that America has helped out our country a great deal, let us also not forget the times the ol’ US of A wrecked, backstabbed, and bamboozled the Philippines.
Filipino pop culture tends to trivialize or even glorify the gangster lifestyle so much that we sometimes forget just how dangerous these people can be. Yet for all their dastardly deeds, there are just some gangsters whose exploits made them so notoriously well-known that we can’t help but unconsciously put them on a pedestal.
Located in front of a skills training center named after him is the monument of Sixto Tiongco Yap, a son of Tiaong, Quezon whose fate made him one of China’s greatest, most decorated military heroes. This is his story.