Guest Captured Alleged ‘White Lady” of Fort San Pedro in Cebu City on Camera
A guest who visits the reopened Fort San Pedro in Cebu City captured an alleged ‘white lady’ camera while taking pictures in the area.
The Spanish built Fort San Pedro in Cebu City in 1565 as a military protection fortification. Before it became a tourist attraction, the structure in Plaza Independencia, in the city’s pier area, had a long history.
Fort San Pedro in Cebu City is rich not only in the history of the Spanish conquest but also in stories of wonders and strange phenomena, such as the fabled “white lady” who dwells here. The location was just reopened to the public, according to the article, after being closed during the coronavirus illness (COVID-19) pandemic.
A visitor to the promenade shared with Erwin Dela Serna, the place’s manager, a photo that is supposed to have been taken by the alleged white lady. According to Dela Serna, unless the photo is zoomed, the white lady in the photo will go unnoticed at first glance.
The image of a woman in a white dress with loose hair, according to Dela Serna, can be seen standing on the promenade’s veranda. Dela Serna went on to say that the white lady had once appeared in a bathroom.
He mentioned that her favorite hangout spots were Fort San Pedro’s large balete tree and a high-rise tourist building. On the other side, professional photographer Juan Carlo de Vela said that the shot was not altered, but that only the figure of the so-called “white lady” may have been lighted.
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