Was that a child? Myrtle shares spine-chilling dashcam footage of mysterious sighting on the road, admits being haunted still

Image capture of video by
Myrtle Sarrosa’s Facebook post

  • Myrtle Sarrosa shared on Facebook a dashcam footage
    wherein a mysterious figure was seen on the road
  • Although the video may not seem very clear, the
    actress points out and claims that the image, the child’s
    face. is still clear in her mind as seen by her naked

A scary after-midnight drive?

According to the actress, she and her companions were in
Eastern Samar for the Sistersph School
Advocacy Tour but they got stranded for two days because of the
Signal No. 2 typhoon which brought heavy rains and flood that
caused roads to be impassable.

The incident happened around 40 minutes after midnight on
Thursday as seen on the video timer. They were traversing a
road somewhere around Brgy Omawas, Maydolong, E. Samar when
they saw something weird.

Although the video may not seem clear, the actress points out
that the actual image seen by her naked eye was very clear:
“There was a child wearing a bluish white shirt probably
around 10 years old in the middle of the road. He was in a
crouching position with his arms and hands wrapping around his
head to his face.”

The actress admits being haunted still by what she
saw. “I still can’t get him out of my mind. I saw his
pale white face and how his hands and arms travelled from the
back to his face. I don’t know. Up until now iniisip ko pa
, she added. [I still think about it.]

Turns out that their volunteer driver, their staff there, and
old townsfolk has been telling them that “it happens a lot” to
travellers where they see spirits that have passed away,
probably during the Bagyong Yolanda.

Myrtle’s group really wanted to stop the car but they were
warned not stop the car at all during the trip because the
areas they were crossing were New People’s Army (NPA) infested

Myrtle left the dashcam video in the comments section as
requested by netizens. See for yourself:

This article has been viewed 730 times. Article originally
posted: February 15, 2018, 7:15 pm (UTC-0). Last update: February
15, 2018 at 7:22 pm (UTC-0).

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