philippines

Mummified body of missing captain found frozen in time aboard drifting ship

On February 27, 2016, two fishermen in the Philippines discovered the boat of a German adventurer who had been missing for several years. The boat was floating 40 miles off the coast of the Philippines in the seas off Surigao del Sur province when the fisherman spotted the drifting vessel and boarded it. Inside the boat, the fishermen found the mummified body of Manfred Fritz Bajorat, sitting at his desk, radio microphone still in hand. Bajorat had been drifting lifelessly around the world for years. Bajorat’s body was found near the radio telephone of his 40-foot yacht (the Sayo) as if he was attempting to make a mayday call on the radio. The hot, dry ocean winds and salty air helped preserve his body while dried

Over 35 students “possessed” by evil spirits – exorcism conducted on most severe cases

Nearly three-dozen students at a school in the Philippines were taken to a local exorcist after the students began acting strangely, some collapsing on the floor and convulsing during classes. Two sisters at the school explained that they had been possessed by spirits believed to have been linked to two mango trees that had been cut down to build the school. Officials at the Toon Integrated School in a village near Cebu City, Philippines told reporters that thirty five students began collapsing around 3:00 PM. After students began reporting that they were “possessed by evil spirits”, teachers called the nearby Mary Help of Christians Parish which sent Reverend Nicolas Ramos to the facility. Ramos doused the children with holy water and noted that about a dozen