Friday, May 31, 2013


If you think that you’re safe at home, better think again because for former residents of a house-for-rent in Payatas, Quezon City, it is better to stay out than to share the same space with spirits and elementals that did not only scare them but also hurt them.

Join Atom Araullo as he listens to three different stories that happened in the same house that was said to be a place where the dead used to be thrown away this Friday (May 31) in “Pinoy True Stories: Hiwaga.”

Former tenant Carla didn’t have any paranormal experience at the house, but it was through her infant niece that she found out that they were not alone. A white lady was said to be “playing” with the child, which explains why she would cry all of a sudden. She asked for the help on an albularyo and performed a “tawas” ritual only to reveal the ominous 666.

Mang Bert and Nilo, on the other hand, lived at the house at different points in time but both share a “near-death” experience with the unknown when strange beings attempted to strangle them.

And if the saying that children can feel the presence of spirits more than adults can holds true, then Tomi is the perfect example since supernatural things practically lived inside his closet.

Why is the house-for-rent haunted? How can these hauntings stop?

Don’t miss the full story in “Pinoy True Stories: Hiwaga,” anchored by Atom Araullo this Friday (May 31), 4:45 p.m. after “A Promise of a Thousand Days” on ABS-CBN. For updates on the program, visit www.abs-cbnnews.com/currentaffairs.

Watch the other “Pinoy True Stories” produced by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs, such as “Bistado” with Julius Babao every Monday, “Engkwentro” with Karen Davila every Tuesday, “Saklolo” with Maan Macapagal and Dominic Almelor every Wednesday, and “Demandahan” with Anthony Taberna every Thursday. (www.tvseriescraze.blogspot.com)
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