The old schoolhouse in Fincastle, Ohio is located off Interstate RT.62. The school closed in the 1960s, and it is now in poor condition. The second floor has collapsed into the first. Lights can be seen coming from the second floor windows and rooms, even despite no one is up there. Years ago, locals would trespass into the school with flashlights and watch as groups of ghost children walked single file through the halls. The spirit of a man with a lantern has been seen walking through the school, followed by a little girl screaming in the background, “No, Daddy, no! Please stop!”.
The Indian Reservation Elementary School burned down a few years ago, killing a small group of teachers and children. Now, objects can be seen moving by the remains of the school. Laughing children can be heard as if they are still playing. In the gym, which remained intact from the fire, the sound of a bouncing basketball can be heard, although the area has remained locked. The coach’s office light stays on all the time for unknown reason, and it has never burned out.
It is said that the West High School has restless humanoid creatures that wander in the basement, auditorium, and region connecting to the middle school. For some unknown reason, the creatures take their anger out on students and young teachers.
Both students and teachers alike have reported white moving apparitions, unexplainable sounds, and footsteps in the halls of the Decatur High School. The building was built in 1950, and there are no known deaths in its history. It is unknown why the school is haunted.
The Birmingham Army Hospital was probably used during the Civil War. The building is now a high school. A cemetery is located behind it.
At night, when it is past school hours, ghosts of those who have died on campus wander around, looking for victims to scare and/or attempt to kill to bring them to their side. Luckily, no one has ever been killed by one of the spirits of the Thornton Academy. Not much is known about the haunting of the school.
The Northern State University, located in Aberdeen, South Dakota, has two notable haunted locations; Jerde Hall and the Johnson Fine Arts Center.
The GPR Stops House has been abandoned for a long time. It has been subject to strange noises and occurrences from the top floor. A girl wo visited the house was hit in the chest by an unseen entity, resulting in a triagular-shaped bruise. The ghost is believed to be a school superintendent who committed suicide via hanging shortly after the Meckling School failed.
Carroll College was founded in 1909 by John Patrick Carroll, the second Bishop of the Diocese of Helena, Montana at the time. Originally, the school was named the Mount St. Charles in honor of St. Charles Borromeo. Initially, it served as an all-male liberal arts college, focusing on training young men for careers in medicine, law, engineering, teaching, and priesthood. Now, it is coeducational.
In 1972, a little girl was accidentally locked up in Elsberry High School, and she was either murdered or killed in an accident. Now, TVs turn on and off by themselves, visitors start to bleed for no reason, and the spirit of a blood-soaked man appearing in the basement. His apparition has suggested that the girl was in fact murdered.
The ghost of a young Shakespearian actor named Malcolm is believed to haunt the Harrison High School Auditorium. His footsteps can be heard on the stage and the catwalk above. Mysterious orbs of light without any kind of source have appeared on the catwalk.
The Fredonia State College, which is located in Fredonia, New York, is a college that houses both the living and the dead. Years ago, one of its students, James “Jimmy” Robert Igoe, drowned during a fishing trip to Lake Erie. Now, he haunts the college, slamming doors, playing around with the bathrooms and their water system, messing around with the elevator, changing television channels, and turning lights on and off. It is said that if you ask him to stop, he will listen to you.