Most of speculations had run to our beliefs that most of the ruins were haunted by souls of the past time, so many had gone to Corregidor to check if that was real as this island seems to be an Island of Ruins.
The ruins of Corregidor is pretty much same as of those of the most visited ruins, its old, its creepy, mosses had eaten the walls and cobwebs are all around the corners. Usually when I am in front of these ruins I would feel scared but what makes Corregidor different is its ruins make me feel differently it makes me feel so proud and dead sad for the lives that one’s sold on this place in exchange for freedom and pride.
Battery Way built costing $112,969 in 1904-1914- was named in honor of 2nd Liutenant Henry N. Way who died in 1900 in the service to the Philippines.
These ruins don’t just stand and crafted by age but by brave hearts.
Bloodstones of Corregidor.
“Corregidor once defended our freedom, pride and democracy. This place is rich with courage determination and tough principles to overcome overwhelming odds. This place continuously nestled the souls of the brave hearts, whom now had rested their bodies.”
Battery Crockett, main armaments of were the 12-inch disappearing guns, which is operated by 30 fully trained personel per armo. Its has a 360 degrees travers and can shoot at 17,000 yard range.
Part of The long-mile barrack
The best thing a traveler can carry through out his journey is LEARNING.
Have you concurred the sea to history?