Maligayang undas, mga kapatid! Today, may we all get to pay our respects to those who have passed. And may we all find the time to actually visit them as well—magbigay-pugay muna tayo bago mag-inuman, oks?
Having said that, it's that time of the year once again when we scare you...with sexiness! Sirs and madams, welcome to our katatakutan edition of Planet Woman! For this particular edition, five FHM babes share their own personal ghost stories. It's like Ladies' Confessions, but scary.
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As told by Angela Gabrielle
"I work as a nurse. At madaming nagsasabi na madami raw spirits sa hospital namin. Never naman akong nakakita ng mga white lady or mga mumu, pero lahat kami naniniwala sa sundo. To be specific, isang batang lalake na naka-sando and shorts. Madalas siyang tumatakbo-takbo sa floor ng mga wards.
There was this one time nagsusulat ako ng nurse's notes, nakita ko yung bata na pumasok sa isa sa mga rooms. Then, right after, bigla nag-code blue (a cause for alarm) yung pasyente roon sa room. Pagpunta namin sa room, wala naman yung bata.
Walang palya yun, wala ding pinipiling oras o lugar. Madalas nakikita siya sa E.R. [Emergency Room], lalo na sa I.C.U. [Intensive Care Unit]. It's either ang suot niya ay white sando or black sando. Kadalasan, kapag naka-black siya, hindi na nare-revive yung mga pasyente. Personally, madalas sa umaga ko siya nakikita, sa peripheral vision ko na lang, palaging papasok na ng room."
THE HAUNTED HOTEL
As told by Reiko Motobu
"Alright, so my friend and photographer Jeri had asked me to do a photoshoot at a very different location—the infamous Haunted Hotel here in Okinawa. I've never been there before and it seemed like a fun trip, so I came. There were only two models, Leia and myself, and two photographers, Jeri and Dani. A foursome of girls going into a haunted place: Fun, right?
Here's the story: Back in the '70s, a rich businessman started to build this theme hotel without any blueprints. Locals have told him many times that his project is too close to the sacred sites, but he ignored them anyway. He never listened, and the next thing he knew most of his workers started dying from fatal accidents. Everybody jumped ship, and the site was abandoned. The businessman went bankrupt, went insane, and was sent in a mental institution.
The place didn't look all too creepy when we first got in. We entered one of the rooms—it was extremely dark, unfinished, and grassy—and did our photo shoot there. Halfway into our shoot, the grass started moving on its own, as if someone was walking right towards us. I swear, we all saw and heard it move.
We were all creeped out by what just happened, so we immediately headed out the door. On our way out, I came across a wall with graffiti on it that says, 'Four people died here in the fire.' I read the thing written on the wall out loud and we all screamed and ran for good. It was a lot of fun, and the view is to die for, but we're probably not doing that again."
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