Most of the paranormal activity that I have experienced has occurred in my grandmother's old house in Paranaque. I was a child who always seeked for adventure with my cousins. Everyone in the house has their own experiences to share. I'm 17 years old now and despite everything that has happened, I actually miss living in the house. To give a little back ground of the house, it was one of the first houses already standing in the village. It's probably more than 35 years old now or even more. My grandmother bought it when she was still young and my mother lived there even when she was still a teenager. One of the reasons why the house was "haunted" was because of its strange floor plan. There was a hole in the middle of our indoor garden, which was at the centre of the house. To only make things worse, the house was so big that its garden could already be mistaken as a forest because of the number of trees especially Mango trees. It had many ant hills too. Everyone thought that the source for the paranormal activity was the tunnel in the middle of the house. No one really dared to go near it unless we needed to clean the garden.
When the house was still new to my grandmother, she invited a medium to check the house for anything unusual. What the medium did was ask questions while holding a paper above a candle for a certain period of time and then hold it up to check for answers. And surely, they did get answers! I don't remember most of the questions but what I remember is that she asked "What is your name?" The element replied in nice penmanship "Nita." This took place in my grandmother's room. One of the questions also was how many were they in number. I forgot the exact number, but I knew they were a lot. Soon after this we learned that there were not only elements residing in the house. There were also white ladies, black ladies, kapres, aswangs, dwarves, and others who would pay the house a visit. And it didn't stop there.
My next entries will be related to the occurrences in the house. I won't only be sharing my experiences, but also my family's.
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