The former Diplomat Hotel in Baguio City, Philippines is an abandoned building which is allegedly saw the beheading of priests and nuns during the World War II. Former hotel employees and the residents in the area said that they heard howling and screaming even at daytime and often seen headless man walking the hallways.
In 1987, the hotel stopped its operation and it has been closed to the public since the death of the owner, Tony Agpaoa. It was held off limits to all visitors too. However, the residents living nearby the hotel would frequently be disturbed by screams coming from the building, banging of doors and windows and clattering of dishes.
Plenty of documentaries and stories have been written about this mysterious building. Until now, many people interested and like to see its ruins in person, the once grand hotel in Baguio City.