I tried to post with long replies and add pictures yesterday/today. I can't post. Sometimes the internet signal is intermittent thats why I can only post short replies, tsambahan pa. Oftentimes internet becomes super slow, maybe my computer is saddle with virus that slows it down or whatever, I tried AVIRA anti-virus but it seems does'nt change, still slow. I reformat my computer still the same....
Re: The closed up pics of the marker plate or lapida...this is the best I can produce or edit. I assume it Japs marker possibly be the name of JIA division/battalion or generals name, whatever.
These area is my TH playground before. We called this mountain "Treasure hunting elementary school" bcoz this is where you learn rock markers bcoz it had hundreds of carved and different markers. Its true these mountain area, specially the caves had hidden artillery batteries. Marcos recovered treasure from the right side area of the cave about 150 ft away, with a 20' x 20' x 40 ' deep hole carved from solid limestone/granite !! I almost fell inside when i inspected it.
Re Lubog I have been to that area..It had a sinkhole waterfalls, a barred down cave with big Balete tree and on top of the cliffwall had a 3-5 ft diameter ROUND CLOCK carved from top of cliffwall.
In Casile, our assets neighbor recovered on the river bank, 3 pcs. cylindrical/oxygen tank filled with sounds like pebbles or sand inside when they shake it. They sell it to junkshop, not thinking it would possibly filled with diamonds.
If you heard that 2 people died when they sawed off the bombs?..it was our ignorant stupid guides, they never listen to our warning not to touch the bomb they recovered. Pinagintresan kasi ang pulbura , gagamitin daw sa pangisda sa ilog.(They were just interested on the Gunpowder which they can use for fishing in the river)