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.
The Chi Omega Sorority House in Bowling Green State University is believed to be haunted by a pledge from the 1940s or 1950s that was killed by the train on the railroad tracks. Not much is known about this haunting.
The Northern State University, located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, has two notable haunted locations; Jerde Hall and the Johnson Fine Arts Center.
While the reason of University of Pancasila’s haunting is unknown, it is known that if you go into the elevator and press one of the buttons to pick one of the floors, it will almost always come out on the wrong floor. It is unknown whether this is a faulty elevator or paranormal activity.
Some of the abandoned dorms and classrooms of the Kabul University were used by the Taliban to torture and kill whoever defied them. While restoring the university, foreign aid workers said that they smelled rotting flesh, feces, and other bodily wastes. They saw the spirits of the Taliban’s victims. Sounds of screaming and crying in pain was heard by the workers as well.
The North Dakota State University has had many paranormal occurences on the third floor of Ceres Hall. These are believed to be caused by a man who committed suicide via hanging himself from a heating vent sometime during World War II.
The playhouse, known as Epperson Hall, of the University of Missouri in Kansas City is believed to be haunted by a manager who died in the stage manager’s arms in the lobby some time in 1957. Now, reports of hearing footsteps and feeling her presence have been shared.
Alabama State University’s Becker Hall is haunted by now-deceased basketball players. Late at night, they play their sport, and the sounds of cheering fans can be heard even when there’s no game playing. The players, which are benign spirits, linger in the area due to their love of the game.
The Auburn University Chapel was built in 1851 as a Presbyterian church. During the Civil War, the building was a Confederate hospital used for healing wounded soldiers. Later, the building was temporarily divided into classrooms when the Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical College burned down in 1887.
The church was renovated sometime around 1900. It was eventually sold to the college in 1921, and it became the YMCA/YWCA center for a few years. Auburn Players Theater, the college’s acting troupe, was housed there from 1927 to 1973. The structure received additional renovations between 1973 and 1976 to convert it into the Auburn University Chapel.
A legend about Sydney Grimlett, the ghost of a Confederate soldier who died in the temporary war hospital, says that a man haunts the school. When the building became a theater, Grimlett began to haunt the acting troupe, and when the group moved to another part of the campus, he followed them. He is now reported to haunt the Telfair Peet Theatre. Students often leave Skittles candies to Sydney before performing in shows.