The Curse of One's Death


The Curse of One's Death

During the Spanish times, there was once a Spanish lady here in the Philippines. She was walking somewhere when she met an old filipino, carrying a heavy baggage on his back. Then he suddenly fell on the road because of exhaustion. Since Filipinos were meanly treated as slave workers, she kicked his body to get him out of her way. Then, when the Spanish lady had passed through, th old man just stared at her, as if waiting for her to leave. Then, the old man threw a curse - The Curse of One's Death.

The day after the incident, she heard the old man she saw yesterday had passed away. She was surprised and quite shaken by that news, so she immediately told the whole story to a certain friend.

The next day, her friend died a mysterious death, with no trace of illness or accident. This time, the Spanish lady became even more frightened. To have someone console her, she again told somebody, this time, a bishop, about the old man she met by the road.

Subsequently the bishop died, and just like what had happened to her friend, there was no evidence of sickness or accident too. This made the Spanish lady terriby worried. It finally occurred to her that a curse must be the cause surrounding those untimely and unexplainable deaths. She then consulted an albularyo[witch doctor; a shaman]. She told everything that happened, from the old man to the death of the Bishop. Then the witch doctor advised to her that the only way to break the curse was to tell the story to the one she loved she loved the most.

And so she did follow what the witch doctor had said. Unfortunately, it was the Spanish lady who soon died.

And so the story of the Spanish lady was passed on to everyone; from one place to another. Then, there was a Filipino who soon heard about that story. While he was about to sleep one night , suddenly, an image of a woman appeared in front of him. It was the Spanish lady, she was saying something in Spanish. And the Filipino just nodded, although wondering what the lady had said to him. Then she disappeared, like a mist in the night.


But, to stop the curse, just pass it on.
I told you not to read this!!!

Hahaha . . . ! I was just kidding. You can read the story above freely and with no worries. Well, I don't believe it. I had tried it (with faith in God) not to pass to other people, but NOTHING happened to me that night. But some people, claimed they saw her. And what she look like? Similar to that described below. This story is everywhere, so I can't put here the source where I found this.

According to my research, I found this other version:

An old filipino man was carrying a heavy sack of rice. He fell down in front of a spanish lady. The spanish lady kicked him. Before she left he cursed him with the "Curse of Ones Death."

Later that day the man died. She felt horrible of the curse that she told what happened to her friends. The friend died the next day with no possible cause of accident or illness. She told it to the bishop the next week. The bishop also died.

To remove the curse, she consulted a witch doctor. He adviced her to tell it to her love. She did it but she died instead of her love.

Right now the curse still exist. Those who read or hear this story has experienced seeing the ghost of the lady at midnight.

A girl who told this to me saw her. She is a white spectre with Maria Clara attire.

To cure this curse, you must pass this story to another person.
All of those who passed this story claimed they saw this lady:
A girl who told this to me saw her. She is a white spectre with Maria Clara attire.

The Spanish Lady looks like a specter, wearing a long gown(here, known as the Maria Clara-look), with a pure white body....
Some other versions, put the name of the starter (author). And she was Rachel Pulumbarit.

I remember the story of Maria Labo[1]. But the chain message about her says: Whenever you suddenly remember her at 3pm or 3am, she will appear in front of you.