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The Philippines is one of the most spiritual and religious countries in Southeast Asia and the beliefs and superstitions of it's people are deeply ingrained. Parents have been using tales of the occult and supernatural for centuries to teach their children about the perils of living outside the teachings of the Lord. In his latest book, Gary McMurrain explores some of the The Philippines is one of the most spiritual and religious countries in Southeast Asia and the beliefs and superstitions of it's people are deeply ingrained. Parents have been using tales of the occult and supernatural for centuries to teach their children about the perils of living outside the teachings of the Lord. In his latest book, Gary McMurrain explores some of the most interesting and shocking stories that were told to him by various people throughout the Philippines. Gary is more well-known for his books aimed at expats and those wishing to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle in the Philippines. This book has a much broader appeal and will resonate with anybody that has an interest in ghosts, hauntings, the supernatural and witchcraft. The book documents encounters with such creatures as the Aswang, the Kapre and the Duwende as well as hauntings by a variety of ghosts and spirits. Some of the tales he relays are terrifying beyond belief and they are even more shocking when you consider that they are completely true. The people that shared their stories with the author actually lived through their ordeal and survived to tell the tale. Sample from Philippine Ghost Stories Despite a sleepless night, Marilou went on to the university to teach her two morning classes. After two class periods, Marilou returned home in an attempt to take a very much needed nap. She left all the doors open in her house. As soon as her back hit the couch, all the doors slammed shut, opening and closing again and again very quickly. Marilou saw, standing at the front door entrance, a Spanish soldier all wet in his old style Spanish uniform looking like mosquito screen, all gray in color. The Spanish soldier had an ashen face and a deep, groaning voice. There were not any actual words coming forth but only groans. At that time, Marilou said it felt like her hair was standing on its end and her skin was covered with goose bumps. She ran out of the house and sought help from a neighbor who happened to be home. The neighbor invited Marilou into her home and prepared her a cup of hot tea. The neighbor told Marilou that she and her family should move out of the house immediately. About the Author Gary McMurrain is a U.S citizen who has been living, visiting and doing business in the Philippines for over 28 years. In 2009, he relocated to Bacolod City in Negros Occidental where he now lives with his wife and young son. He spends much of his free time helping others to achieve the expat lifestyle and can often be found on the various forums and newsgroups dedicated to the subject. If you would like to read more articles and stories by Gary then please visit his website at http://retiringtothephilippines.com


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The Philippines is one of the most spiritual and religious countries in Southeast Asia and the beliefs and superstitions of it's people are deeply ingrained. Parents have been using tales of the occult and supernatural for centuries to teach their children about the perils of living outside the teachings of the Lord. In his latest book, Gary McMurrain explores some of the The Philippines is one of the most spiritual and religious countries in Southeast Asia and the beliefs and superstitions of it's people are deeply ingrained. Parents have been using tales of the occult and supernatural for centuries to teach their children about the perils of living outside the teachings of the Lord. In his latest book, Gary McMurrain explores some of the most interesting and shocking stories that were told to him by various people throughout the Philippines. Gary is more well-known for his books aimed at expats and those wishing to enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle in the Philippines. This book has a much broader appeal and will resonate with anybody that has an interest in ghosts, hauntings, the supernatural and witchcraft. The book documents encounters with such creatures as the Aswang, the Kapre and the Duwende as well as hauntings by a variety of ghosts and spirits. Some of the tales he relays are terrifying beyond belief and they are even more shocking when you consider that they are completely true. The people that shared their stories with the author actually lived through their ordeal and survived to tell the tale. Sample from Philippine Ghost Stories Despite a sleepless night, Marilou went on to the university to teach her two morning classes. After two class periods, Marilou returned home in an attempt to take a very much needed nap. She left all the doors open in her house. As soon as her back hit the couch, all the doors slammed shut, opening and closing again and again very quickly. Marilou saw, standing at the front door entrance, a Spanish soldier all wet in his old style Spanish uniform looking like mosquito screen, all gray in color. The Spanish soldier had an ashen face and a deep, groaning voice. There were not any actual words coming forth but only groans. At that time, Marilou said it felt like her hair was standing on its end and her skin was covered with goose bumps. She ran out of the house and sought help from a neighbor who happened to be home. The neighbor invited Marilou into her home and prepared her a cup of hot tea. The neighbor told Marilou that she and her family should move out of the house immediately. About the Author Gary McMurrain is a U.S citizen who has been living, visiting and doing business in the Philippines for over 28 years. In 2009, he relocated to Bacolod City in Negros Occidental where he now lives with his wife and young son. He spends much of his free time helping others to achieve the expat lifestyle and can often be found on the various forums and newsgroups dedicated to the subject. If you would like to read more articles and stories by Gary then please visit his website at http://retiringtothephilippines.com

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    Good book with interesting information. The book was written in plain words with definitions and explanations where needed. It was an overall enjoyable read. would recommend to anyone curious about this genre.

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