This 2020, the world continues to live in fear brought about by COVID-19. But for others, the virus seems the least of their anxieties. Because in the midst of the pandemic, restless souls, elementals, and minions of darkness roam freely to disrupt and plague the once peaceful lives of certain individuals. And their real-life accounts will rival those in the horror films.
In Misamis Occidental, older folks scare off children to stay in their homes with the urban legend of an old doll. Stories are rife that this doll comes to life and unleashes terror to unsuspecting victims. In the middle of the interview with the doll’s former owner, a sinister, spine-chilling laugh was recorded. Will you dare play with “Bita: Ang Haunted Manyika”?
Residents of Mexico, Pampanga, on the other hand, dread stories of a carriage with a black horse, which they believe fetches the souls of the dying. Is the “Karo de Kabayo” true? And why does it still run in their consciousness?
In the 1800s, an epidemic, the cholera outbreak, plagued Manila. Many of those who succumbed to the sickness were buried in Paco Cemetery. Paranormal Expert Ed Caluag visited the burial site and was completely overwhelmed by the energies and the spirits, particularly the terrifying “Ghost Bride of Paco Cemetery”!
And for the first time in Philippine TV, the Archdiocese of Ozamis, Office of Exorcism and Deliverance Ministry in Mindanao reveals and opens its vault of video footages of demonic possessions. And one video stood out, where “Pinoy Exorcists” tried to banish an evil spirit from the possessed, who had already started to levitate!
Stay at home, dim your lights, and watch with family and friends this Sunday night at 8:45 p.m., as “GABI NG LAGIM VIII Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho Halloween Special” – under the direction of Topel Lee, Aaron Pappins Mendoza, Natanya Nono, and Adolf Alix, Jr. and narrated by program host Jessica Soho – let you experience a Halloween you will never forget.
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