Pinay Actress Myrtle Sarrosa Shares Horrifying Experience With Ghost Child
The Filipina actress Myrtle Sarrosa has shared her horrifying experience with a ghost child on her trip from Eastern Samar to Tacloban.
Nowadays, the younger generation does not believe in supernatural creatures and events because of the modern technology.
However, there are some people claiming that supernatural creatures really exist after having a personal experience with it.
Recently, the Pinay actress/cosplayer Myrtle Sarrosa has shared her creepy experience with a ghost child.
The celebrity shared her experience during her advocacy in Eastern Samar when they got stranded due to tropical cyclone warning signal no.2 brought by Bagyong Basyang.
Sarrosa and her colleagues head to Tacloban after the rain ceased and the road was cleared of mud.
On their way to Tacloban, they passed a far-flung area without street lamps and houses when a boy sitting in the middle of the road suddenly appear.
The boy was in a crouching position wrapping his arms and hands around his head.
The area was a place where a lot of people including children died during the devastation of Typhoon Yolanda last 2012.
Posted by Myrtle Sarrosa on Thursday, February 15, 2018
The 23-year-old actress and her staff were told not to stop because the area was NPA infested.
Here’s the full story:
“SCARY EXPERIENCE LAST NIGHT FROM SAMAR GOING TO TACLOBAN.
We were at Eastern Samar for the Sistersph School Advocacy Tour where we got stranded for two days already because of the Signal No. 2 Typhoon. Dapat aalis na kami on the 14th pa lang but had to turn back because the supposed path we needed to take going to the Tacloban airport had around 6ft flood that our car couldn’t cross and yung alternative route had been covered with landslide. We had to wait it out till the evening where the rain had already stopped and the government had already cleared a bit of the road from the mud from the landslide for cars to cross.
Since this is in a far flung area. There were no street lamps and most of the area we were crossing is uninhabited. Walang mga bahay. It was just the road with small barangays in between but mostly just trees. Around 40 minutes after midnight, we saw something weird….
There was a child wearing a bluish white shirt probably around 10 years old in the middle of the road. He was in a crouching position with his arms and hands wrapping around his head to his face. We couldn’t believe it kasi from out of no where bigla na lang may bata tapos wala namang barangay or houses at all in the area. Andoon lang siya sa daanan as we crossed our car… it wasnt normal.
Napa-sigaw kami, cause not just I, but most of us in the car saw him. We wanted to stop and come back kasi hindi talaga kami maka–paniwala so we decided to check the dash camera to see if there was really a child and after checking the footage there was just a white blob-like orb figure that disappears after a few seconds.
Our volunteer driver Sir Long was telling us that it happens a lot to travellers where they see spirits that have passed away during the Bagyong Yolanda. Siguro it was a spirit of a child that passed away during the typhoon in the past, siguro.
While our staff there just told us that the area we crossed was possibly around the Brgy Omawas, Maydolong, E. Samar where a lot of weird things can be seen according sa mga matatanda.
We wanted to stop the car talaga but we were warned not stop the car at all during the trip cause the areas we were crossing is NPA infested… and hindi safe to make a stop.
But I still can’t get him out of my mind. I saw his pale white face and how his hands and arms travelled from the back to his face. I don’t know. Up until now iniisip ko pa rin. If he was really just a spirit, I hope he can find rest. If he was really a child, my conscience will forever haunt me. ?
(Leaving the dashcam video in the comments)”
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