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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Feb 14, 2014

‘I-Witness’ Unravels The Secrets Of “Villa Epifania” This Saturday

In the peaceful town of Sta. Rita in Pampanga, one house stands out because of its architectural design. Built in the 1930’s, Villa Epifania is sometimes used as a location in some film and TV productions. Not many know, however, that mystery surrounds Villa Epifania.

Many stories have been told about Villa Epifania. Some say that Japanese soldiers stayed here during World War 2, while others say that some residents of the town were abused within the house. These are the reasons why people say restless spirits continue to haunt Villa Epifania.

As part of his “Lockdown” documentaries on I-Witness, Jay Taruc and his team set up high-tech CCTV cameras in different parts of Villa Epifania and stayed within its walls for several days to try to discover its secrets.
Discover the secrets of Villa Epifania on I-Witness this Saturday, Feb 15, after Celebrity Bluff on GMA7.