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At the Cultural Center of the Philippines complex in Pasay City, a large section of scaffolding gave way. That morning, 169 workers fell to their death in the accident, and what’s more frightening is that they landed in the quick drying cement below and were sealed in. What’s even more frightening is the speculation that although their bodies could have been retrieved, the Philippines’ first lady who was on site during the accident gave the order to seal their bodies in. To this day 169 corpses are buried in the cement under the orchestra pit. Welcome to the Manila Film Center…

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