Maligayang undas, FHM Nation! This week, we only wish for three things: that we get to pay our respects to our dearly departed, find the time to visit them in their respective resting places, and, more than anything, muster enough courage to get us through Halloween eve. Nakakatakot, eh!
Having said that, it's time once again for FHM babes to let us in on their own true katatakutan stories! This time, however, we've decided to stretch this thing all the way until Halloween, which is this Friday, October 31. The longer, the better, right?
Our final story belongs to MK Victorino, who may have a ghost from Mt. Makiling following her around. Read on to find out what happened!
As told by MK Victorino
"My katatakutan story happened last summer. I decided to go mountain climbing with some of my hiker friends, siguro umabot din kami sa sampu. Our destination of choice? Mt. Makiling.
Makiling was such a beauty. It was my first time there, so I made it a point to take a lot of photos and be one with nature. At dahil nag-picture pa ako, ilang beses din akong nahiwalay sa mga kasama ko. It didn't matter though; I wandered by myself even though I was a newbie.
There was no reason for me to freak out. Every once in a while, may tumatawag at sumusundo sa akin, so hindi naman ako naligaw. I really enjoyed that hike.
Two days after I got back, I saw my brother in the kitchen. We usually talk when we see each other, so I found it unusual when he went on with his business as if I wasn't there. In fact, he didn't say a single word. Anyway, I thought he was just tired or something, so pinabayaan ko na lang.
The next day, my mom approached me. Tinatanong niya kung sino yung kasama ko the night before, which didn't make sense to me, dahil wala naman akong bisita. I asked her kung kanino niya narinig, and when she pointed to my brother, it all made sense to me.
The one thing I forgot to mention pala is that my brother can 'see.' So I talked to him about it. Apparently, the night we saw each other in the kitchen, he saw me with another person. I'm not sure if you could call it a person...maybe a ghost or an engkanto. He couldn't tell if it was a man or a woman, because it didn't have a face. It also had long black hair; medyo kahawig ko nga raw.
I thought my brother was just being a snob to me the other night, but it turns out he was actually trying to ignore it. He assumed it came from the mountains, at baka raw natuwa sa akin kaya ako sinundan. I never really saw it, so hindi ko na lang dinamdam masyado.
What's scary though is that for the next couple of days after the hike, I swear it felt like somebody's with me inside the car kapag nagmamaneho ako pauwi."
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