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Submitted by AnonymousLy.
Categories: parking_lot, mist, park, road, voices
Many buildings at Alvin High School are haunted, and from my own experience the auditorium is one of the creepiest places. Lights turn on and off. People call your name. You hear people walking on the catwalk and all kinds of other things. Our ghost hunting club G. H. O. A. T. in school was supposed to stay over night an investigate but never got around to it.
Submitted by John
Comment by My: Yes it's actually quite creepy. Things in the tech workshop get moved. Hear footsteps, see silhouettes, the tech teacher Simpson used to tell us that there was a story of a student who either fell or jumped from the catwalk. Also doors open and close on their own etc.
My uncle had started living with us after his wife died he kept her ring. About a week after he joined us he said he heard singing on our property sounded like a girl. About a week later it was around 3 am I was getting a drink from the first floor of my house and I hear a girl singing very close to the window.
It spooks me. I question what I had heard and walk upstairs. About 30 minutes ago I was in the shower and couldn't help notice a black figure in my peripheral vision peaking over the top of the shower curtain.
I look up and nothing is there. After that I see another figure peaking through the side but nothing is there. But... There is dent in the curtain as if someone were to have pulled on it... I do not know anymore.
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