Viral post: Did ‘ghosts’ appear in photos taken in deserted Intramuros street?

Photo Credit: Randy Topacios' Facebook
  • Unexplained ‘images’ appear on the photos a man took of a deserted street in Intramuros
  • He uploaded the images on Facebook and his post has gone viral
  • He emphasized he did not tamper with the pictures

MANILA, Philippines – The walled city of Intramuros is one of the places in the Philippines which is famous for their ghost stories.

Photo Credit: Randy Topacios' Facebook
Photo Credit: Randy Topacios’ Facebook

According to Facebook user Randy Topacio, he took pictures of an empty street in Intramuros on Saturday, March 5. He didn’t bother to check the photos until Thursday, March 10.

To his astonishment, he noticed several unexplained ‘images’ which appeared on the photos he took.

Photo Credit: Randy Topacios' Facebook
Photo Credit: Randy Topacios’ Facebook

He wrote: “Last Saturday, I drove my wife to a debut of the daughter of her classmate in Intramuros. It was around 7:30 pm when I took the first picture. The picture showed people walking the street of Intramuros. I was atop of the wall that secured the city in the Spanish era.

At around 11:30 pm, as I went out of the hotel. I found myself alone in the street. I went back atop the wall. The street was empty and it looked neat with its warm light color street lamps. So I took another photo of the street. I never bothered to look at the photo until this morning.

To my astonishment, I noticed that there were a lot of people in the photo. As I examined the photo much closer and enhanced it a bit… Whoa!!! I have captured what seems to be people in the Spanish era. I have taken a photo of the past.

In the picture, you will see people in white shirt walking away from me. Their clothes are similar to those who wore the traditional Katipunero outfit. A Spanish soldier in white with his helmet is leading a group of NUNS in their white coif, black veil and Holy habit.”

Topacio emphasized that he never tampered with the pictures.

“Now you tell me. Are they for real? You decide,” he added.

Topacio’s Facebook post has gone viral, with over seven thousand shares.

Photo Credit: Randy Topacios' Facebook
Photo Credit: Randy Topacios’ Facebook

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