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If your cities have any haunted place (buildings, parks,etc), you can post it here. Also, you can post the ghost details if you have.

Start from Lawang Sewu, Semarang, Indonesia
Lawang Sewu (Java) = thousand doors


Lawang Sewu 1914






Look at the hole, there is white shadow appears.
- From Trans TV Series 'Dunia Lain'


Mysterious face appears at the staircase.
source : ghost-mistery.blogspot.com

Since the Japanese occupation of Indonesia in 1943, there were a lot of massacare in Lawang Sewu so that this place became haunted.
 

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oh noh.... this is scary.. LOL :D

we also have tons of ghost ghosts stories that resulted from the Japanese occupation in the Philipipnes
 

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oh noh.... this is scary.. LOL

we also have tons of ghost ghosts stories that resulted from the Japanese occupation in the Philipipnes
This is about the place (buildings, parks, etc) which is haunted in your city.
 

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Intramuros, Manila, Philippines

Built in the 16th Century. Razed in World War II.


storm crypt

I know you guys probably ran out of tissues crying over San Francisco Church in Intramuros...but I think you should try out a different emotion: fear and creeped out hehe.

All credits are given to a certain Mr. Mel Cortez on Facebook, I do not know him but he tagged Carlos Celdran on one of these creepy photos. All captions beneath are from Mr. Mel Cortez' captions on the site. He is a photographer and well if what he says is real then these are some freaky photos


mirror reflection of a 'spanish time' lady?


'portion' of a 'white lady' stands beside a man inside a resto in Intramuros, Manila. Note: this is a digital, unmanipulated photo


A white lady of San Agustin?


white veiled mirror reflection of a 'spanish era' lady?. Note the lighted eyes
 

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white lady is being called as pontianak in malaysia, cmiiw

btw, nice thread.. :D
 

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what does the word "tianak" literally means in malaysia?

in the philippines, tianak is a Philippine mythology creature that imitates the form of a child.

a more detailed description from wiki

The Tiyanak (also Tianak or Tianac) is a creature which, in Philippine mythology, imitates the form of a child. It usually takes the form of a newborn baby and cries like one in the jungle to attract unwary travelers. Once it is picked up by the victim, it reverts to its true form and attacks the victim.[1] Aside from slashing victims, the tianak also delights in leading travelers astray,[2] or in kidnapping children.[3]
 

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Samudra Beach Hotel, Pelabuhanratu, Sukabumi, Indonesia



Room 308



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This room was believed to be the sacred room of Nyai Roro Kidul, a Javanese mythical figure. She was believed to be the queen of the South coast of Java and she owns the south coast empire from Ujung Kulon, Palabuhanratu, Pangandaran, Parangtriris, until Bali.

There are some conditions you must do to survive:
1. Do not ever use green or red outfit (these are Nay Roro Kidul's favourite colours).*
2. Be polite, do not say anything harsh or defiant

*Notes : Some people reported dissapearing due to green/red outfit usage.
 
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