DEAD DROWNING IN FLOODED DAVAO CITY CEMETERY, and other All Soul’s Day stories

TOMBSDEAD DROWNING IN DAVAO CITY CEMETERY

It may be an exaggeration, but a Davao City councilor has sent a distress signal for the dead buried at the Panacan Public Cemetery, whose tombs are drowned by perennial floods. READ MORE

VIDEOKEDUTERTE’S ALL SOUL’S DAY ADVICE: DON’T DISTURB THE DEAD WITH YOUR LOUSY SONGS

The dead entombed in cemeteries here will sleep the sleep of the dead when hundreds of thousands of people visit their graves  in celebration of All Souls Day on November 1.

The noise disturbs the dead, said Vice Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, who has banned videooke machines and radios in cemeteries on both days.

The dead are complaining to police about the noise, he said on television days ahead of November 1. READ MORE

cemetery-2DEAD AT MASONIC CEMETERY CAN NOW HEAVE SIGHS OF RELIEF

The dead buried at the Masonic Cemetery on Padre Selga Street may now sleep in peace undisturbed forever after a developer decided to exclude the pre-war 4-hectare burial ground from a proposed memorial park.
The Davao City Council on Tuesday approved the request of Orchard Road Corporation to alter its development plan for its initial 8-hectare Orchard Road Memorial Park to exclude the Masonic Cemetery. READ MORE
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