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DLSU Mythology, ghost stories, legends

Hey peeps. Tell us about the mystical side of DLSU. Mysterious sightings, ghost stories, urban legends? (like UP’s little red car, the white lady in all-girl's schools)

ehem... for example, there's this rumor that there is a spot in DLSU where Filipino soldiers were tortured and killed during the Japanese occupation. There are still blood marks there daw, when it's late at night. I only heard this in passing, can someone clear it up?

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  • Well, I don't know how you're gonna take my story... basta seryoso ako dito...

    Last, last week LIving Rosary and SCA held this thingy at the Marian Quad. Actually, tapos na yung rosary and we were just standing at the Quad when I say a guy figure standing outside the LS chapel. Naka lean dun sa may balcony. Una, akala ko lang baka isang LS brother lang yung nakatingin sa amin. Well, nakaka-freak out kasi nag-fade yung image tapos namalayan ko sarado yung doors sa gilid ng Chapel, pano sya makakalabas and eventually makakapasok uli ng Chapel.
    FREAKY TALAGA! Sobrang nanlamig ako nun tsaka tumahimik muna ako... Then I told the other SCAns yung nakita ko... natakot din sila...
  • Mymnosene : ang alam ko, sa LS chapel yan.
  • really? kwento paaaa
  • maraming kwento ng multo sa ls bldg saka sj/strc. mostly yung mga nakaka-kita eh yung mga nag-the-thesis at inaabot ng gabi. have you heard of the beheaded priest roaming around the ls halls?
  • i've heard of the beheaded priest and i guess tlgang eerie ung atmosphere duon sa ls chapel coz of it's history. PAgpasok mo pa lang sa chapel, ang bigat bigat ng feeling mo, plus, ala pang tao na palaging pumupunta, unlike duon sa pearl of the great price chapel. also, mayroon ding stories regarding ung mga chopped body parts na nasa loob ng dark room. PLus, mayroon ding stories regarding duon sa ghostly apparitions sa sps (ung guy na namatay raw, ) which is very true coz tlgang lumulutang ung kandila nuong nakita namin when i was still an active member of the lasallian. also, ung little room duon sa corner sa sps, marami ding boses na naririnig duon e
  • ang alam kong sobrang daming stories sa may photography room sa CLA bldg. kasi i've got friends na taga CLA and one time 2 of them were inside the dark room and the other 1 has a 3rd eye and then they were developing something. the other one was hurrying to go out. when they were outside she started crying and so the other asked why. it was because, since she has a 3rd eye, there was someone inside who kept on looking at them. as sin super close sa kanilang dalawa na parang tinitignan kung anu yung dinedevelop nila na picture that is why the other was hurrying to go outside.

    one more thing, this is not a legend but it is true. nearing to the end of the jap invasion, many people hid inside lasalle. and lasalle was already an insitution at that time. the people who ran there thought that they are safe because it is ran by americans. and then suddenly they were being attacked by the japs. eh diba super barbaric and walang awa yung mga japs and pinahirapan lang yung mga filipinos during their time. nung nalaman ng japs na maraming nagtatago sa lasalle (btw, it was specifically the LS bldg -- LS palang yata yung pinaka prominent na bldg at that time) the japs invaded Lasalle and iyun pinagbabaril those who gets in their way. may mga priests, may mga mothers carrying babies, etc. This story was even revived by one journalist recently in PDI.
  • greensoapgreensoap PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Originally posted by jazzzy
    ang alam kong sobrang daming stories sa may photography room sa CLA bldg. kasi i've got friends na taga CLA and one time 2 of them were inside the dark room and the other 1 has a 3rd eye and then they were developing something. the other one was hurrying to go out. when they were outside she started crying and so the other asked why. it was because, since she has a 3rd eye, there was someone inside who kept on looking at them. as sin super close sa kanilang dalawa na parang tinitignan kung anu yung dinedevelop nila na picture that is why the other was hurrying to go outside.

    one more thing, this is not a legend but it is true. nearing to the end of the jap invasion, many people hid inside lasalle. and lasalle was already an insitution at that time. the people who ran there thought that they are safe because it is ran by americans. and then suddenly they were being attacked by the japs. eh diba super barbaric and walang awa yung mga japs and pinahirapan lang yung mga filipinos during their time. nung nalaman ng japs na maraming nagtatago sa lasalle (btw, it was specifically the LS bldg -- LS palang yata yung pinaka prominent na bldg at that time) the japs invaded Lasalle and iyun pinagbabaril those who gets in their way. may mga priests, may mga mothers carrying babies, etc. This story was even revived by one journalist recently in PDI.

    Yup, it ain't a legend or a rumor....

    for those who wanna know more 'bout this incident as well as other spooky stories, read the latest issue of menagerie....:smokin:
  • Sa LS Chapel nga yun. Nung ORIENT3 namin si Bro. Harry yata, sinabi niya kapag pumasok ka sa doon at tingnan mong mabuti yung mga sahig, mapapansin mo nandoon pa raw yung bloodstains.
  • Just got this from my email few months ago...

    Let us remember
    Feb. 12, 1945


    ON Feb. 12, 1945, no Mass was celebrated at De La Salle College on Taft
    Avenue in Manila because the shelling from American guns was so intense
    it would have been dangerous to gather all the refugee families in the
    chapel. Aside from the 17 Christian Brothers and seven staff members,
    there were four families quartered in the south wing of the main
    building. So there were over 50 people there.

    Among the families there were those of Judge Jose Carlos, Dr. Antonio
    Cojuangco, including a son-in-law Servillano Aquino, who was newly
    married to Trinidad Cojuangco, D. Enrique Vazquez-Prada with his wife and four
    sons, Dr. Clemente Uychuico, the younger brother of Mrs. Carlos and Mrs.
    Cojuangco, with his wife and children. Shortly after lunch about two
    dozen Japanese entered the building to begin the massacre. The chaplain of the
    De La Salle community, Fr. Francis Cosgrave of theRedemptorist Order in
    Manila, was giving absolution with his arm raised when the bayonet
    struck Brother Leo who was kneeling. The brother fell against Father Cosgrave
    who was then stabbed to death. Brothers Lucian, Gebhard, Paul and Hubert
    scrambled up the stairs.

    Brother Baptist de la Salle grabbed Jose Carlos Jr., aged three, as his
    mother Juanita fell from a rifle shot while running up the stairs.
    Behind the mother was Cecilia Carlos, 12, and two maids, Juanita and Felisa.
    Cecilia was shot and died as she reached the chapel doors. Felisa was
    slightly wounded and picked up the boy where Brother Baptist had managed
    to hide him before he died. The other maid, Juanita, had a finger shot
    out but was otherwise unhurt.

    At the chapel door were Rosario Carlos, 21, beside her sister Asela, 20,
    and two maids, Fortunata, 14, and Regina. A Japanese marine shot Rosario
    from three feet away. The bullet entered the left side of her chest. She
    remained conscious and heard the shots and screams of terror. Asela and
    Fortunata were subjected to bayonet stabs and saber blows. Asela's arms
    were almost severed, and Fortunata was fatally wounded. In the midst of
    that carnage, Regina merely suffered a scratch.

    In a room beside the chapel, Antonio Cojuangco, 17, was recuperating
    from typhoid. With him was his male nurse, Filomeno Inolin and his father,
    Dr. Antonio Cojuangco, as well as the newly weds, Servillano and Trinidad
    Aquino. Although they had locked the door when the shooting and
    screaming began, Inolin opened it when the Japanese started banging on it.

    Inolin was told to run around, and as he did so the Japanese stabbed him
    repeatedly. Dr. Cojuangco ran toward the chapel but was overtaken by
    another Japanese. Servillano Aquino was also asked to turn around, but
    having witnessed what happened to Inolin, he lunged at the Japanese, who
    bayoneted him first in the chest and finally in the neck. The sick boy
    Antonio, who could barely stand, was dragged out of the room and stabbed
    twice.

    Aquino's body was dragged along the floor. His 18-year-old bride of one
    month rushed toward him, only to be shot and then struck repeatedly with
    a bayonet. Perhaps the Japanese saw that Aquino was still alive, and
    forthwith stabbed him twice more. Mercifully, Aquino lost consciousness.

    Inside the chapel at the communion rail, a wounded Brother Maximin
    shouted, "They are going to kill us all!" Brother Anthony tried to stem
    Brother Maximin's bleeding. At the door were Brothers Lucian, Lambert
    and Hubert. Brothers Mutwald and Victor crouched between pews. Gebhard and
    Paul were on the floor in the middle rows. The three brothers at the
    door were mutilated when they fought off five Japanese led by an officer. The
    rest of the brothers either bled to death or from the trauma of their
    wounds.

    Antonio Carlos, aged six, sped out of the confessional, only to be
    chased by a Japanese, who stabbed him in the back. The Japanese lifted Carlos'
    body up in the air and then dashed it to the ground.

    Of the Vasquez-Prada family, the first to fall were the three older
    sons: Enrique Jr., 24, Herman, 20, and Alfonso, 13. The youngest Fernando,
    five, was wounded slightly because his mother, Elena Loewinsohn Vasquez-Prada,
    attacked the Japanese. Elena, fatally wounded -- she was stabbed in the
    abdomen and had a chunk of her thigh hacked off and the fingers of her
    hands sliced -- fell on her son, saving him.

    Elena did not die at once. It took a couple of days for her to bleed to
    death. She died as the Americans liberated the college.

    Enrique Vasquez-Prada, 59, half-paralyzed from a stroke, crept out of
    the bathroom on the second floor when an eerie silence settled on the dead
    and the dying. With the sound of the shelling going unabated, he looked for
    his family, making his way to the staircase made slippery with blood. He
    found his three eldest sons dead and his wife dying. He picked up his
    youngest son and went upstairs. A team of Japanese found him there
    feeding his son. In front of his son, he was bayoneted to death. The boy later
    crawled back to his mother in the foyer.

    The Japanese later made merry by the entrance to the building, drinking
    and singing boisterously. At various times, they would return to see if
    anyone was alive.

    * * * * * * * *

    Fifty-nine years later, the Battle of Manila is nearly forgotten. A
    dozen or so years ago, it occurred to the Department of Foreign Affairs that
    February was the perfect month to celebrate Filipino-Japanese Friendship
    Month. So on Wednesday, on the anniversary of the massacre of the
    innocents, De La Salle University begins the celebration. You'd think
    there weren't any other months in the year.
  • Tanong nyo kay jack, kung sakaling nandyan pa sya. I think if there is someone who would know it would be him. BSME 87
  • hmm. ang ganda ng history. no doubt that dlsu was a site of blood and gore during japanese occupation.

    if all of you know this and all of you seem to know about various sightings and happenings, where are the stories????
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