Robinson Middle School is haunted by a female entity who roams through the school’s halls at night. During her haunts, she rattles the locks on the lockers.
The south end of Lemon’s Park is believed to be cursed. Once, there was a man who drove to the southern end of the park, parked his car, and proceeded to commit suicide. In another incident, a fatal car crash took place at the same end of the park, killing several children. The cause of the curse may be from the satanic worship that has been known to take place in the forest in the same region.
The barber shop in Silver Lake, Kansas is rumored to be the site of a murder, but the case has never been solved. One day, a customer was “accidentally” killed while getting a shave. His apparition is seen in the shop to this day.
The Dorothy Thomas School of Dance has been operated out of the basement of a house since 1942. In 1988, Dorothy Thomas passed away, and the paranormal activity has been going on since. At around 3 AM every morning, the sound of 150 people tap dancing can be heard coming from the studio.
Wabaunsee High School in Alma, Kansas is haunted by the spirits of past teachers and students who died during graduation. Most of the paranormal occurrences take place on the third floor, and they have been experienced by teachers and students alike.
The Ellis High School is haunted by unknown spirits of either students or teachers. Activity includes lockers slamming by themselves, the toilets in the girls’ bathroom flushes by itself, and odd chills.
Hawks Landing Creek has been the site of many deaths. The sound of little girls screaming can be heard off in the distance. A black shape shifter has been sighted, and the place gives off an oppressing feeling.
Elmwood Cemetery is among the oldest graveyards in Coffeyville, Kansas, featuring many graves over a century old. Some of the more famous graves include members of the fallen Dalton Gang and Coffeyville’s Defenders from the notorious gun battle of October 5th, 1892 (which occurred after the Dalton Gang attempted to rob two banks in Downtown Coffeyville).
The Schroyer Cemetery began its operation in the late 19th century when several members of the Schroyer family were buried on the half acre of land on the hill. Today, there is only one remaining grave, belonging to Mr. Schroyer. Visitors have reported seeing blue orbs floating around the area, demonic voices speaking to them, and the apparition of an elderly man walking through the cemetery.
Formerly a prison, the jail cell is currently used for storage at the Railroad Museum. During the flood of 1958, there was someone locked up in the cell. Since he wasn’t rescued, he drowned and died in the cell. Today, strange noises and the prisoner’s apparition have been reported.
The fire alarm at the Irwin Army Community Hospital has been known to go off on its own with no provocation. The alarm became such a hassle that the fire marshal and department disconnected the wires, as they became tired of going to reset the alarms.
The N Willow House in Douglass, Kansas has had reports of paranormal activity for several decades. Windows shutter up when no one is there; the bathroom door will slam shut or fly open. On the second floor of the house, footsteps can be heard pacing, making the floorboards creek.