The Partridge Preschool was supposedly the site of a four-year-old girl’s murder. Her spirit now rides back and forth on her favorite swing in the playground. When you rattle the doors, she will rattle them back in response. At night, the girl listens music in the room nearest to her swing; it has been known to stop and start on its own, sometimes being played very loudly. Outside in the playground, toys are scattered in her favorite places. Should you move them around and leave, they will return to their original spots.
Clark Middle School is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a woman wearing a white dress. Among her haunting activities are playing with the instruments in the band room, appearing in the empty halls during the summer months, and turning classroom lights on and off; she is considered a harmless spirit. A large number of teachers speak of a female ghost that floats through the floors, while others say there is no ghost at all.
The Cuba Middle School’s gym is purportedly haunted by the spirit of a man named Joe Beisly. A former janitor, he fell off of a ladder to his death. His apparition is said to appear if his name is repeated three times.
The Southwest Miami High School was opened in September 1956 as the Southwest Miami Junior Senior High School. It wasn’t until 1959 that the school converted from a grade 7-10 school to a high school. The auditorium was the site of one confirmed death – a student fell from the catwalk to their death shortly after the school opened.
Among the happenings there are TVs and lights turning on and off by themselves, the disembodied sound of a woman laughing, and objects being moved by an unseen force. In one case, a glass door spontaneously exploded in front of a group of people, leaving many witnesses to the odd occurrences at the auditorium.
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.
The Bellevue East High School in Bellevue, Nebraska is home to a plethora of paranormal activity. A number of witnesses have added credibility to the story. Doors have been known to spontaneously burst open in the theater and on the second floor. An apparition has been seen on the cat walk. Odd spirit-related images appear in the bathroom mirrors. However, the history of the ghosts is unknown, leaving the identities and the pasts of the spirits left without information.
Though it was recently shut down, the Roosevelt School’s stage remains to be haunted by the spirit of a girl name Penny. Penny was a play cast member that hung herself during the performance due to a pregnancy. The surrounding buildings are also haunted.
The Craven-Wilson Dorm of Lon Morris College is believed to be haunted by a female spirit who resides with whoever is living in the dorm at the time. Her identity is believed to be former dorm director Ms. Brown who lost her life to cancer before her term was over; she is believed to haunt the place in order to complete her rightful term.
The Burns High School’s library is haunted by unknown ghosts who shake the walls and shelves, throwing the books to the ground.
Cooks at the Arapahoe Middle School’s cafeteria have been witness to most of the paranormal activity that happens around the area. Items have been thrown around, sounds have been heard coming from the basement, and conversations between invisible people occur in the gym.
The University of Wyoming’s Knight Hall is haunted by unknown spirits who wail at night. In the southern end of the west wing, a young Native American girl has been seen sitting down, only to disappear. Ghost faces can be seen in the windows, peering out into the realm of the living. In the basement, the sound of beating drums can be heard, even though no one is there.
Heck/Quaw Elementary School is believed to be haunted by the founder, who allegedly died in the bell tower. Several students have reported seeing his apparition there.