The White House as many tourists visiting Baguio calls it, especially during the summer season. The house was built in the 1920s and owned by the Laparel clan. It was occupied by Japanese soldiers as a rest house during the time they captured Baguio. The mansion was haunted by a girl roaming around and mostly seen in front of the house. The vibe of the place gives tourist fearsome, bone-chilling feeling every time they pass by. The mansion is being used as an art gallery. If you wish to see the white lady drenched in blood, add this to your bucket list when you visit Baguio, and make it 7 pm onwards.