The Story of the Baguio City White Lady

Vince

Vince is a happy resident of Baguio City. Having been born and raised in the City of Pines, he find value in helping others. In his own way he is helping others by informing them about what's new in the City of Baguio. He firmly believes that there are more reasons to highlight the positive than the negative.

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12 Responses

  1. Ricky says:

    I’ve heard of those stories as well…

  2. Leah says:

    This is a really scary story i hope to visit Baguio City in the near future…during panagbenga 2013!

  3. Penny says:

    This story scared the hell out of me! then again i always get scared of this kind of stories.

  4. Jao says:

    Where exactly is the location of the old loakan tree? Para maiwasan nga. Kudos

  5. Benny says:

    When I was still working at a call center in EPZA, a female friend hitched a ride with a water delivery truck because she was going to be late. Not far from where she got in, another lady flagged them down to hitch a ride too. About 200 meters or so before the call center, the lady got off. When the lady got off, she just disappeared in plain sight. I told my friend maybe the lady was there to protect her.

    • Vince says:

      Benny,

      Maybe, these things we cannot explain although it would be wise not to jump in to conclusions. Thanks for reading my post 😉

  6. soundburndb says:

    I always run in those said places and even at night. I never saw a ghost. is that because I’m a Atheist?

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