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Oldest house in the Philippines

This is a picture of oldest house in Tiaong, Philippines; it has been abandoned and left to decay from disuse. It holds a dark history, with elements of a colonial past and a war-time occupation by the Japanese, and then was rebuilt from the damage wrought by the bombardment during the American liberation.

This building now stands alone, as a dying landmark that has become a hiding place for thieves and lustful couples seeking for private place, and treasure hunters who are still in search of Japanese caches of treasures.

Many claimed this building to be haunted; some said they had witnessed headless soldiers in Japanese uniforms, an old couple dressed in white and weird noises of shackled walking and dragging of chains. Whatever the stories are, this building looks eerie enough for one to enter.

 

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