The Uncle Ho Masoleum

The spirit of Ho Chi Minh is said to appear as a bloody body. The cause of his appearance is unknown.

The Turner and Stevens Mortuary

The Turner and Stevens Mortuary is haunted by the spirits of a mean elderly woman, the little boy she is after, and the man protecting the boy. Activity includes slamming doors, books flying across rooms, and disembodied footsteps. Sometimes, when people walk by the mirrors in the hallway, the apparition of the woman or the man appear in the reflection, only to disappear.

Henrion Gymnasium

During the 1950s, a maintenance worker was accidentally electrocuted and died after he touched a live wire without his hard hat on. Now, he is seen at night or in the early morning. The Henrion Gymnasium has since been changed into a sculpture and ceramics department.

Brasillia City Hall

The original building for the Brasillia City Hall was formerly used as a morgue that held thousands of dead bodies during its time. It became a city hall later on, but a fire ravaged through the building, and a new one was constructed on the same land.

Bessie Gym

During the 19th or early 20th century, the Bessie Gym was used as a morgue. It is believed to be haunted by the old caretaker, who has been seen wearing a long black trench coat, a top hat, and a long, brown beard. There have also been a number of cold spots in the building.