\n<strong><img alt="" src="http:\/\/images.gmanews.tv\/v3\/webpics\/v3\/2014\/10\/2014_10_31_00_05_25.jpg" style="width: 640px; height: 339px;" \/><br \/><br \/><img alt="" src="http:\/\/images.gmanews.tv\/v3\/webpics\/v3\/2014\/10\/2014_10_31_00_03_47.jpg" style="width: 640px; height: 360px;" \/><br \/><br \/>“CASA NICOLASA”<br \/>Dokumentaryo ni Jay Taruc<br \/>November 1, 2014<\/strong><br \/><br \/>Casa Nicolasa has an imposing architectural design that amazes people up to this day.<br \/> <br \/>It is the first “Bahay na Bato” to be built in San Fernando, Pampanga. The “Henson-Hizon” house was declared as a heritage house by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines in 2003.<br \/> <br \/>Though still privately owned, tourists who want to view the house may do so. Ornate architectural designs never fail to amaze the guests. Underneath the beautiful façade, however, lies a tale that has been forgotten with the passing of time ... but is now resurfacing.<br \/><br \/><img alt="" src="http:\/\/images.gmanews.tv\/v3\/webpics\/v3\/2014\/10\/2014_10_31_00_04_20.jpg" style="width: 640px; height: 360px;" \/><br \/> <br \/>Some say that deep in the shadows of the old ancestral house lurk some enigmatic events that horrify the people living within the compound: sightings of a lady standing by the window and sounds of a piano playing on its own.<br \/> <br \/>Jay Taruc and his team investigate the allegations of hauntings inside the house by putting up CCTV cameras. Is the house really haunted? Find out this Saturday in I-Witness, November 1, at 10:30 pm after Celebrity Bluff.