MALACAÑAN PALACE PROWLERS: GHOSTS, ELEMENTALS, AND OTHER PHANTASMAGORIC TALES
A prominent photo spread in the definitive Malacañan Palace: The Official Illustrated History features a panoramic view of the Palace’s State Entrance, with the accompanying balete tree [strangler fig]—and, it seems, the headless figure of one of the members of the Presidential Security Group. The image has sparked much speculation, feeding suspicions of the Palace being the ultimate haunted house—and prompting many of the book’s owners to splay its pages open to visitors.
Headless PSG! One other headless person who happens to be an American chaplain! The Thing! Mr. Brown! A Chinese valet named Aching! Ghosts that eat chicharon with you! And other things that go *bump* in the night. The Presidential Museum and Library takes you on a supernatural tour of Malacañan Palace, in the running for most haunted building ever. We are not kidding, guys. Click!