Before the Museo Sugbo was established in 2004, it was used as the provincial jail of Cebu. The place was originally called the Carcel del Distrito and was designed by Domingo de Escondrillas. Many Katipuneros were held in the prison during the Spanish period. It was later used as a stable by the Americans before it was used as a prison by the Japanese during World War 2. After the Americans defeated the Japanese, it was once again used as a prison.
Cebu IT Park
Cebu IT Park may be the main hub of the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry of Cebu, but the place has its share of stories of the supernatural kind. Long before the first building was built at the IT Park the place was used as the main airport of Cebu. But, after the airport was relocated to Mactan Island, the old Lahug Airport was abandoned. It remained abandoned for a very long time, and may have been made the home of supernatural beings.
The Moncado Hotel is located in Sudlon II, which is situated on the mountains of Cebu. It is a three-storey wooden structure that was built to serve visiting members of a group known as the Moncadistas. The members of the group are the followers of Dr. Hilario Camino Moncado. The hotel was established by General Federico Jayme, who died in one of the rooms. The hotel is now dilapidated, but still accepts guests.
Dormitory along Ramos Street
Ramos Street is located close to the business and entertainment district of uptown Cebu. Due to his, the place is normally lively, even at night. Many of the structures along the street have at least two floors. But, there is supposedly a dormitory along the street where a number of ghostly apparitions have been spotted.
Fort San Pedro
Fort San Pedro is the oldest fort in the country and is one of the top tourist spots in the Queen City of the South. It was built by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi when he arrived in Cebu. The fort was originally made of wood before it was renovated and the wood was replaced with stone. Being over four hundred years old, the fort witnessed significant events in the history of Cebu.