By the same logic, shouldn’t the Great Wall of China be very haunted?
yehey… may sunday strip n ang beerkada… pwede b maging mga 6 panels ito prang sa sunday comics ng star?
whaaaa sunday release?! shock of shocks! Si Brian talaga lapitin ng mamaw ano? Si Demon Girl, yung GF nyang manananggal etc etc…
Must be an advanced release for Monday’s edition.
What makes it spookier was that the bodies of some the workers killed are said to be buried there.
In the incident, the scaffolding for the ceiling collapsed sending the workers down to the orchestra below. In the rush to finish the project in time for a scheduled film fest, they poured quick-dry cement in to the orchestra even when they haven’t recovered all of the injured and dead workers who fell.
Several sources including Carlos Celdran dispute that there are bodies who are still buried in the orchestra. However, you cannot deny that many workers did die on-site in the rush to complete it.
such is the folly of imelda marcos. I hope she burns in the seventh hell when she dies
Tora: Well, it’s said that the imelda leiutenant who actually ordered the concrete poured over the bodies of the construction worker died from a gruesome accident 6 months after, and when some people conducted a seance, the ghosts said that she was now there with them. creepy.
L: Yup, the Great Wall was haunted. That scene about the multitudes of dead underneath the Great Wall in The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor was based on a historical fact. One legend is that the despairing wail of of a widow of a dead laborer toppled a section of the wall.
About that Imelda Lieutenant being referred to, he died in a car accident years later. As for Imelda, she does not deserve a quick death. May the proud woman be humbled before she passes away.
Drix frankly I don’t care how she dies as long as she gets tortured in hell for every filipino that was made miserable because of her
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