One would have assumed that one of the surest antidotes to apply in exorcising evil forces in any circumstances would be prayers as the Lord Jesus Christ did when he walked the face of this earth some two thousand years ago.
But, because a student of St. Teresa’s Minor Seminary at Amisano in the Central region dies every under mysterious circumstance under the watch of the authorities, the remedy sought for to avert the recurrence of the calamity was to abandon the two story classroom block situated on the premises.
The management of the seminary rebuilt new set of classrooms for the students, and believed that the supposed generational curse was broken. Ever since the move was adopted, students of the seminary ceased dying several decades ago.
However, the scars of the past stares everyone that walks past the gates of the St. Teresa’s Minor Seminary as the structure have never been put to any use since it was abandoned.
In fact, those who are not in tune with the history of the site would mistake it for a grave yard, but for the inscription on the main gates of the seminary.
“Anyone who visits the seminary remembers that sordid past, but now some of us speak about it as a form of oral tradition,” an opinion leader at Amisano told the Daily Heritage in an interview.
Checks by the paper on the facility revealed deep visibly cracks on several parts of building as a result of the years of lack of maintenance.
The site has also been overtaken by overgrown weeds and trees as the haunted block had been barricaded with wire mesh to dissuade any unsuspecting individual from having content with the place.
As the students of the Catholic institution have equally declared the facility as a no-go-area like their supervisors, insects and reptiles have found a sage haven in the abandon school block.
Source: Daily Heritage
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