El Paso, Texas Ghost Sightings - PAGE 41
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Categories: man, family, hospital, eyes
I am a teacher at a central northeast Elementary School for episd. A couple of years ago the day before we had our Halloween carnival at 5:00 pm I was leaving my school keys in the front office just to find that the front office was closed.
As I was in a hurry to leave the building I headed towards the old side of the building where I spotted a janitorial push cart hoping to find a custodian who would open the office to leave my keys.
As I headed down the corridor I quickly passed a classroom to my left and noticed a lady working in the classroom. I thought well at least I'm not the only one who works late around here. I didn't recognize her as a regular teacher.|
She was moving around. I thought that she was probably a substitute teacher just getting the room cleaned up. Well I couldn't find a janitor so I went back to the office and found one of the custodians coming up from the other hallway opposite the office.
I asked him why the office was closed and he said that all the teachers had left already. I said that there was still a lady working in the old part of the building. He said no one could possibly be there so I told him come with me and you'll see her.
When we approached the room there was no one in the room or elsewhere. That's when the hairs on my arms rose and realized that what I saw was a ghost. She was wearing a white sweater and had short grayish hair.
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