Saturday, October 31, 2020

Amy's Crypt Investigated 12 Philippines Most Haunted Places

Amy's Crypt

Amy is a world traveller and explorer of creepy locations. She has visited some of the most famously haunted places around the world in search of evidence of the paranormal.

Amy's desire for entering forbidden locations haunted by the unexplained. Journey to places that strike fear into some and interest in others. She travels to some of the world’s most haunted hot spots in search of ghosts and an understanding of dark pasts.

As a child, her interests were naturally peaked by anything most other children were afraid of. She spends too much time in front of the television watching horror movies about monsters that kept her peers awake at night. This lust for anything strange and spooky grew with her and a new found interest in travel. Since relocating from Australia to San Francisco She has blended these passions, traveling to and documenting her adventures to many haunted locations.

Amy shares the scariest places and location known here in the Philippines, from places with dark, haunted, mysterious histories. Let's explore and watch her videos, just a reminder to have someone beside you because for sure nakakatakot eto pramis.

1. Manila Film Center

GHOSTS of the Manila Film Center DISASTER

The Manila Film Center is said to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines. It was the scene of a tragic accident that caused the deaths of many people, who are still believed to be entombed within the building. Amy attempted to reach out to the many ghosts said to haunt the building and got a very unexpected response that is truly compelling.

Manila Film Center

Amy'sCrypt in Manila Film Center

2. Fort Santiago Manila

Torture DungeonScary Spirit Responses

One of the most historic parts of Manila lies a darkly disturbing omen to the past. Fort Santiago is one of the most haunted places in Manila. Amy conducted a paranormal investigation by the fort's infamous dungeon, where many were tortured and lost their lives.

Fort Santiago Manila

Amy'sCrypt at Fort Santiago Manila

3. Clark Airbase Hospital

Scary Morgue in Abandoned Hospital 

Amy'sCrypt at Clark Airbase Hospital

Amy explored an abandoned hospital known as the Clark Airbase Hospital. She picks up a creepy ghost voice in the abandoned morgue and sticks around until night to conduct a paranormal investigation in one of the most haunted places in the Philippines. 

Amy venture into the basement, morgue, and many more of the supposedly haunted areas at nighttime. Here, I conduct various paranormal investigations and attempt to communicate with the ghosts of the Philippine's Clark Airbase Hospital. 

Basement and Morgue of Abandoned Hospital

A dark concrete shell of a place many suffered and died, remains in the Philippines as an omen to darker sides of history. The Old Clark Airbase Hospital continues to sit in a quickly developing modern-day Filipino city. Parts of the building are barely standing and it is just as dangerous to enter as the locals say it is haunted.

Clark Airbase Hospital

Numerous ghost stories exist about the Old Clark Airbase Hospital. It is commonly believed that since the hospital treated so many, particularly during times of war, it saw vast amounts of death. It is those who died here under sudden and traumatic circumstances thought to remain within the decaying hospital’s walls.

Mile-long Barracks, Corregidor Island

Haunted Mile-long Barracks

Corregidor Island is thought to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines, for its strong connections to the war. In this video, Amy explored some of the ruins and abandoned buildings on the island, including the Mile-long Barracks, thought to be one of the most haunted areas on the island.

Mile-long Barracks, Corregidor Island

Amy'sCrypt at Mile-long Barracks, Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island is considered by many to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines. War and battles fought on the island between the US and Japanese militaries have created the foundations for these alleged hauntings. Since Corregidor Island was an important and strategic base to hold, it was fought over quite a bit. To hold Corregidor Island, was actually to hold Manila. For this reason, both the US and Japanese led attacks on the island and took turns in holding the power of the stronghold. This, in turn, led to many battles, air raids, and massive loss of life, including thousands of soldiers’ deaths on the island.

Screams in the night | Haunted Mile-long Barracks Paranormal Investigation

Haunted Mile-long Barracks, Corregidor Island

Amy'sCrypt in Haunted Mile-long Barracks, Corregidor Island

Amy returned to the haunted Mile-long Barracks of Corregidor Island at night. This is said to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines and they experienced some strange things such as capturing screams in the night.

5. Military Hospital, Corregidor Island

Abandoned Haunted Military Hospital

Military Hospital, Corregidor Island

Many battles were fought on the island and air raids saw countless bombs dropped across Corregidor. Huge amounts of death were experienced and the many structures scattered across the island’s lands were destroyed or sustained tremendous amounts of damage. One of these buildings, which today is left in tatters, is the island’s old hospital.

Amy'sCrypt at Military Hospital, Corregidor Island

Cries and screams of pain, assumed to be from past soldiers, are said to echo through the empty, crumbling walls of the hospital. In addition to these sounds of pain and anguish, many have even claimed to hear disembodied footsteps and the normal hustle and bustle of a functional hospital continuing to operate.
Haunted Hospital of Nightmares

Haunted Hospital of Nightmares, Abandoned Corregidor Hospital

Haunted Hospital of Nightmares, Abandoned Corregidor Hospital

Battery Way exists upon Corregidor Island, which is considered to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines. It has strong connections to WWII and we encountered something truly terrifying there during our paranormal investigation. 

6. Battery Way, Corregidor Island

Battery Way, Corregidor Island

Bloodstone Beach exists upon Corregidor Island, a place of great historical significance for its use in WWII. The many deaths to occur upon the island have given life to legends like that of Bloodstone Beach. In this video, we examine urban legend and conduct a spirit box. 

7. Blood Stone Beach, Corregidor Island

Blood Stone Beach Legends | Ghost of WWII | Corregidor Island

Blood Stone Beach Legends | Ghost of WWII | Corregidor Island

Blood Stone Beach | Ghost of WWII | Corregidor Island

8. Malinta Tunnel, Corregidor Island

WWII Underground Hospital, Malinta Tunnel

Malinta Tunnel is thought to be one of the most haunted tunnels in the world. It is one of many supposed haunted locations on Corregidor Island, lying west off the coast of Manila in the Philippines. It has operated as a military base, bomb shelter, and 1000-bed military hospital during WWII has seen many death and is said to be haunted by a few lingering ghosts. 

Malinta Tunnel, Corrigedor Island

Malinta Tunnel, Corrigedor Island

Malinta Tunnel, Corrigedor Island

While there are no specific ghosts known to haunt the tunnel, many people believe that energy left there from soldiers and hospital patients still remains. This includes spirits of Japanese, Filipino, and US descent.

Amy'sCrypt at Malinta Tunnel, Corrigedor Island

9. Japanese Tunnel, Baguio City

Haunted Tunnel underneath Baguio

The Japanese rallied hundreds of prisoners to create an underground tunnel system. They used this system strategically against US soldiers and citizens within Baguio, as well as to store weaponry and ammunition. The tunnel system was vast and of great advantage to the Japanese until it was discovered by their American opposition.

Japanese Tunnel, Baguio City

Japanese Tunnel, Baguio City

Today, only a small section of the tunnels can be accessed. Though this is a small section, it is said to be extremely haunted. Plagued by the ghosts of the once trapped Japanese soldiers who died within it. Some visitors have captured sight of apparitions, while others claim to have been touched, heard voices when no one is around, or even experienced a sudden onset of dread.

Amy'sCrypt at the Japanese Tunnel, Baguio City

10. Diplomat Hotel, Baguio City

Old Diplomat Hotel Paranormal Investigation | Haunted Baguio

The Old Diplomat Hotel is one of Baguio in the Philippines ' most notorious buildings. It holds a bloody past filled with murder and massacres. Many people died within the haunted building and it is claimed to now hold many ghosts. Amy toured the haunted Old Diplomat Hotel, speak of its ghost stories, and conduct a paranormal investigation at night!

Diplomat Hotel

Many people have claimed to witness and experience the paranormal within the Old Diplomat Hotel. These claims seem to be backed up and gain validity when considering the aggressively dark history of the building.

Diplomat Hotel

Amy'sCrypt at Diplomat Hotel

There are believed to be many spirits that reside within this notoriously haunted building in Baguio. These include nuns and priests (especially those who are missing either a head or a face), there are also said to be Japanese soldiers, children/babies, victims of the fake healer, and many more spirits who had the misfortune of passing through the building at the wrong time.

The Old Diplomat Hotel at Night

11. Laperal White House, Baguio City

The Laperal White House is thought to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines. It is a notorious site of misfortune and death within Baguio and is said to hold many ghosts, not all of which are friendly.

Laperal White House

12. Teacher's Camp, Baguio City

Haunted Teacher's Camp

The Teacher's Camp is said to be one of the most haunted places in Baguio and the Philippines. Numerous ghosts are said to haunt this location and some of them are terrifying. Amy explored the haunted Teacher's Camp and begin an overnight paranormal investigation.

Teacher's Camp

Many people consider Baguio’s Teacher’s Camp to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines. This is an interesting claim as the purpose of this location seems greatly disconnected from anything remotely spooky. Teacher’s Camp is today a place where religious retreats, sporting events and gatherings for educational lectures assemble. The camp provides affordable accommodation for those who attend these events and has done so since 1908 when the camp was opened as a training site for teachers from the USA.

Teacher's Camp

There are a number of spirits said to haunt the Teacher’s Camp, with some of them being especially terrifying. One of the most commonly sighted spirits is a lady in white. She has been seen walking all throughout the Teacher’s Camp, yet no one really knows who she is or why she haunts the area. Another spirit that has been seen all throughout the camp is that of a headless priest. He is just as mysterious as the white lady, yet a little more disturbing considering he is seen without a head.

Amy'sCrypt in Teacher's Camp

One of the most feared spirits of the Teacher’s Camp is known as the Love Sick Igorot. This ghost supposedly follows any young female he takes a liking to within the Teacher’s Camp. Women have reported that this spirit has followed them back to the cabins they are staying in at the camp and will creepily watch them sleep. It is believed that the reason why this spirit follows these women is that he is lonely, hence his nickname the Love Sick Igorot.

Overnight in Haunted Cabin at Teacher's Camp

In addition to the encounters with these spirits, many more reports of paranormal experiences exist. People commonly report to hear a woman crying late at night, other disembodied voices, they’ve also experienced possession, poltergeist activity, and even sleepwalking.

I hope you enjoyed all Amy'sCrypt Videos and I hope she gets to explore other haunted places here in the Philippines.

*Photo credits to Amy'stCrypt Blog

Friday, October 30, 2020

Shopee Is Giving Away ₱1 Million Daily with Shopee Milyonaryo

“Christmas is a much-anticipated occasion for all Filipinos. Shopee wants to engage more of its users this holiday by bringing back the season’s joy and excitement with Shopee Milyonaryo. We will continue to stay committed to providing our Filipino users with more initiatives that are engaging, uplifting, and rewarding.” ~Martin Yu, Associate Director at Shopee Philippines
Shopee Is Giving Away ₱1 Million Daily with Shopee Milyonaryo

Shopee users can tune in to GMA’s Wowowin for a chance to win ₱1 million in cash daily until November 11.
Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, launches Shopee Milyonaryo as part of its 11.11 - 12.12 Big Christmas Sale. Shopee Milyonaryo is an interactive lucky draw contest on GMA’s Wowowin, where Shopee users stand a chance to win up to 1,000,000 in cash every weekday until November 11.
Users can participate by logging on to the Shopee app and claiming the raffle code. The winners will be announced every weekday during GMA’s Wowowin. During the show, the winners will pick one out of six boxes, wherein one of the boxes has ₱1,000,000 in cash.

Shopee Is Giving Away ₱1 Million Daily with Shopee Milyonaryo

Key highlights of Shopee’s 11.11 - 12.12 Big Christmas Sale
Until December 12, shoppers can expect big deals and discounts from leading brands.
  • Kris Aquino as Shopee’s new Brand Ambassador: Users can look forward to seeing Kris Aquino on TV commercials, TV shows, and Shopee Live.
  • 11.11 Big Christmas TV Special: Viewers can win up to ₱11,000,000 worth of prizes on GMA’s Wowowin on November 11, 5:00 PM.
  • Christmas deals and promotions: Shopee users can enjoy free shipping with ₱0 minimum spend, up to 20% coins cashback, and ₱1 deals on selected items such as mobile cases and accessories, home and kitchen items, and nail care products.
  • Exclusive deals from leading brands: Users can anticipate up to 70% off on leading brands such as Pampers, Nestle, Vivo, Globe, Havaianas, Unilever Beauty, Abbott, Garnier, realme, and Enfagrow. 

Shopee Is Giving Away ₱1 Million Daily with Shopee Milyonaryo
More details about Shopee Milyonaryo are available on
For more information about Shopee 11.11 - 12.12 Big Christmas Sale, visit
Download the Shopee app for free via the App Store or Google Play.

About Shopee
Shopee is the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan. It is a platform tailored for the region, providing customers with an easy, secure and fast online shopping experience through strong payment and logistical support. Shopee aims to continually enhance its platform and become the region’s e-commerce destination of choice.
Shopee has a wide selection of product categories ranging from consumer electronics to home & living, health & beauty, baby & toys, fashion and fitness equipment.
Shopee, a Sea company, was first launched in Singapore in 2015, and has since expanded its reach to Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. Sea is a leader in digital entertainment, e-commerce and digital financial services across Greater Southeast Asia. Sea's mission is to better the lives of consumers and small businesses with technology, and is listed on the NYSE under the symbol SE.

Century Park Hotel Five Comfort Foods For The Rainy Days

For most Filipinos, cold and stormy days mean two things: a perfect time for sleeping and eating. The rainy season is upon us and we are pleased to recommend the five comfort foods from Century Park Hotel that will surely get you going during this bed weather. Choose from an assortment of bulalo, sinigang, ramen, mushroom soup or arroz caldo and you will surely feel good after a few bites. The wet season can really dampen one’s spirit. Since most of us are still working from home and attending classes online, it feels extra hard to be productive with the gloomy atmosphere and the cold bed weather. 

To beat the monsoon blues and get that much-needed boost, try these five dishes you can order from Century Park Hotel Manila:


Every Filipino family loves to share a bowl of hot beef or pork shank soup in the middle of a cold, heavy downpour. Bulalo is best enjoyed when its meat has been simmered very well to bring out its flavor and served with nutritious greens such as cabbage and Bagui beans. Tenderizing the meat takes quite long but as what they say, the best ingredient is time and patience.  


The lingering sour taste of this dish makes us drool especially this wet season. Whether it comes with pork, prawns, or salmon fish, sinigang’s tamarind-based soup rouses the senses and boosts the appetite. With a little spice added to it for that extra kick, it will keep you warm despite the cold weather. 


Rainy season is the perfect occasion to enjoy an Oishi bowl of ramen. Not only is this dish a hit in Asia but also in the whole world because of its flavorful broth made from a variety of ingredients such as chicken or pork bones. Its filling noodles makes it extra special. Normally complemented with tamago, cuts of chicken, beef or pork, nori, scallions, and other vegetables, one serving of ramen is already a feast for the taste buds.

Mushroom Soup
Mushroom Soup

A bowl of hot and steamy mushroom soup is truly a bed weather pleasure. Its creaminess, aroma and the tender bites of the mushrooms make for a delectable mood-booster. Other recipes you can choose from our crab & sweet corn soup and pumpkin soup. Enjoy these dishes all the more when paired with delicious bread from the Deli Snack.  

Arroz Caldo 
Arroz Caldo

On cold mornings or afternoons, arroz caldo is everybody’s go-to snack. A dish as unassuming as this can carry you through the monsoon blues. The ginger completes the full-bodied taste and leaves you wanting for more. Filipinos love to eat this comfort food with slices of chicken, pork, and boiled egg.  It is then garnished with a zest of kalamansi and fried garlic bits.

Get a taste of how these comfort foods are prepared by award-winning chefs. Contact Century Park Hotel Manila at 8528-5855 or 0917-633-2497, via SMS or Viber to order. 

To know more about Century Park Hotel, visit or contact and telephone number: (632) 8528-8888.
So what are you waiting for? Indulge in this sumptuous Filipino comfort food from Century Park Hotel and keep warm and healthy during the rainy days.


Launched in 1976, the Century Park Hotel remains one of the finest hotels in Manila. It is owned and operated by Maranaw Hotels and Resort Corporation and enjoys a mix of local and international patrons. The renowned establishment has over 500 rooms in varied types and facilities for a complete dining and leisure experience. 

Bonifacio High Street recognized as one of the most bike-friendly commercial establishments in NCR

Our favorite place just got recognized as one of the Most Bicycle Friendly Commercial Establishments in the first-ever Mobility Awards!  Recognizing BGC’s efforts in maintaining a bike-friendly city, Bonifacio High Street was recently awarded as one of the “Most Bike-Friendly Commercial Establishments (Silver)” in the first-ever Mobility Awards. The Mobility Awards was launched last September 2020 by the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities, MNL Move, The Climate Reality Project Philippines, and 350 Pilipinas.

In keeping with the promise of providing new normal solutions and becoming a Personal Mobility Device (PMD) friendly community, BGC has taken further steps to ensure that BGCitizens can easily ride their way within its confines, extending its existing 9.5km bike lanes with another 3.65km covering 26th street, 29th street, 1st ave, 2nd ave, and Burgos Circle.

Aside from that, BGC has also deployed new bike racks in twenty different locations within the city.

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Passionate about promoting an active lifestyle since 2010, Bonifacio High Street has been making a conscious effort to integrate PMD-friendly facilities and infrastructure into its ecosystem for a more sustainable BGC!

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With these efforts, BGC aims to create a safer, more conducive, and more convenient environment for its BGCitizens and more. For updates, visit Bonifacio Global City’s official Facebook page at


Feel free to message us with any questions or concerns. We hope you can share this with your readers as well!

Bonifacio High Street

Thursday, October 29, 2020

The NOVU VIP CLUB Celebrates 10.10

NOVUHAIR is the Philippines marks the 10th successful year and what a better way to celebrate this milestone by launching the NOVU VIP CLUB.
The NOVU VIP CLUB is designed to guide, inspire, and take the journey together with its members a wholistic approach in managing hair loss, especially during this global health crisis. Supported by a pool of 10 VIP Coaches, the members are given the opportunity to engage directly with the experts and at the same time enjoy the exciting monthly perks.

The Philippines’ Health, Beauty & Wellness guru Ms. Cory Quirino joins NOVUHAIR® and completes the list of high-caliber professionals from different fields of expertise tagged “VIP Coaches”: Fanny Serrano (Salon & Beauty VIP Coach), Hon. Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso (Leadership VIP Coach), Jim Saret (Fitness VIP Coach), Toni Saret (Fitness & Nutrition VIP Coach), Dr. Cecile Catapang (Aesthetic & Rejuvenation VIP Coach), Dr. Risa Caldoza-De Leon (Dermatology & Beauty VIP Coach), Dr. Harris Acero (Wellness & Nutrition VIP Coach), Alopecia Warrior Abby Asistio (Inspirational VIP Coach), Master Hans Cua (Feng Shui VIP Coach) and finally, the addition of Ms. Cory Quirino (Health, Beauty & Wellness VIP Coach).

Discover how to become an exclusive member and enjoy the monthly perks.

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