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#1 LycanGhost

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Posted 06 June 2014 - 11:23 PM

I've mentioned before in other topics that I've had encounters at work, and figured I'd collect them into one topic and update it as I experience them.

 

Pre-renovation:

  • Hearing spurs in one of the seventh grade classrooms
  • Feeling like I was being watched by someone outside the 6th grade math room windows (this in particular along with another freaked me out.)
  • Jo, Judy and I all hearing a cat meowing, then a minute or so later, just Jo and I hearing it. There were no animals in the building, all the lights save for the bathroom lights and a few of the overhead lights in the main hall were off.
  • A black shadow figure with red eyes heading across the main hall from the 8h grade classrooms to the hall between the cafeteria and LGI (auditorium) when I was about midway down the hall.

During the renovation:

  • I was cleaning the bathroom area of the boys locker room when Jo was off one time when I heard what sounded like a guy say something from the door to the hall. I finished what I was doing and went to ask Gary if he'd come down to the locker room while I was cleaning it. He hadn't and we were the only ones in the building at the time.
  • I've seen a few shadows darting past the edges of my vision on several occasions, especially at night.
  • Also, I've heard people talking when it's just been Jo, Gary and me in the building and we've all been in our areas cleaning. I've even occasionally heard them over the music I have playing over headphones.
  • Tonight, I was sitting in the library, working on some knitting after I'd finished up cleaning and had a chance to finally sit down for a bit, since we tend to work straight through our lunch and breaks, and saw a small whitish... thing float past one of the waist high bookcases for about a foot, foot and a half before disappearing. A few minutes later, the lights popped on in what was the French room on the old lay out and is now one of the cyber classrooms. I was the only one in the building, since Jo took a day to go to her grandson's graduation, and Gary had left at 8:30. Also, the lights in that room are on a motion detector, and usually take maybe... 10-15 minutes to go off if no one's in there. That spooked me enough to leave the library and make my way to where we normally set the building alarm.

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Posted 24 July 2014 - 03:23 PM

Have something else to add:

  • We've been working a modified four 10 hour days a week schedule (from 6 am to 3:45 PM) this summer, and Tuesday and Wednesday this week, I've heard someone calling my name from the main hall when I've been by the far end of the main office in the back hallway. We've had construction guys working in the building while we've been here, but this didn't sound like them. It sounded more like either Jo or Amy, the other two women on the custodial crew for the building.
  • Tuesday, Amy and I were sitting in the nurse's office (our new office isn't set up yet and doesn't look like it'll be ready for awhile.) and I caught a glimpse of a black figure walking past the window in the main part of the nurse's office. I debunked it as not being the overhang post catching my eye as I moved by replicating how I was moving when I saw it. I mentioned it to Amy (one of the two who are normally on dayshift, and don't have as much of a chance to see the ghostly stuff going on at night.) when she was heading over to the refrigerator by the window and said it may've been a guy she'd just seen heading into the parking lot on the gym side of the building. It may have been, but this was at least three or four minutes after, so they would've had to walk pretty slow for that.

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Posted 01 September 2014 - 08:09 PM

Haven't had as much of a chance to have any of the resident spirits to make themselves known yet since the second shift had our shift time changed from 2:30 - 11 to 9:30 to 6. Right now, we've just been trying to get used to our new time and get into a routine where we can clean around the classes and teachers who tend to stay after school/come back and stay after we leave for the night.  Though, I'll have to check in with the one teacher I told about the spooks and see if he's run into them yet.


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Posted 02 February 2015 - 07:48 PM

Well, the ghost that was hanging out by the old 8th grade lockers pre-renovation has made it's way back to the building. I normally have mom with me when I'm doing building checks on the weekends, mainly for company, and she's been sensing it on and off for the last 6 months or so. She's told me that it feels like it's watching us and following us, and that she's sensed it more in the evenings (towards sunset) instead of say, the early afternoons. We'll have to do a few morning checks to properly test out when it's most active, though.


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Posted 03 February 2015 - 05:49 PM

Well, the ghost that was hanging out by the old 8th grade lockers pre-renovation has made it's way back to the building. I normally have mom with me when I'm doing building checks on the weekends, mainly for company, and she's been sensing it on and off for the last 6 months or so. She's told me that it feels like it's watching us and following us, and that she's sensed it more in the evenings (towards sunset) instead of say, the early afternoons. We'll have to do a few morning checks to properly test out when it's most active, though.

 

 

So... these are Adult sized Ghosts?

 

If so, I think I'd look into what was on the property before the school was....

 

I don't think a whole lot of teachers would hang around a school after they check out unless they are afraid of where they are going.  :)


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Posted 03 February 2015 - 09:09 PM

The red-eyed Shadow Figure I saw most definitely was adult sized. And  I heard from one of the art teachers that there was a homeless person beaten to death and buried out behind the tennis courts. As far as the validity of that goes, I'll definitely have to check into it when I check out the history of the grounds. I'll have to start with the Swarner building though, because I think the land for the middle school may have been carved off the property that sits on. Ironically enough, that houses some of the admin offices and I've sensed things there when we had to clean it. Haven't been over there since they contracted out the cleaning of it last year, though. 


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Posted 06 February 2015 - 09:31 AM

Nacho, you are brave! I didn't know your work environment was this creepy!


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Posted 06 February 2015 - 09:39 PM

It's creepy, but I'm used to it in a way, because a couple of the places I've lived in were haunted, and I've had enough encounters with deceased relatives coming over for a visit, especially gramma Susan. I may start trying to do EVP sessions during my building checks to see if anything's there.

 

As for the watcher, it seems like he's taken to lurking in the kitchen boys bathroom when I was cleaning it after 8th grade lunch this week. Haven't really said anything to him because it's been right in the middle of the school day, and the Kaivac may be a loud motherhumper, but it ain't that loud.


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Posted 09 February 2015 - 07:33 PM

No watcher in the boys bathroom today, thankfully.


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Posted 12 February 2015 - 11:43 PM

I was just going to say let a recorder run during your time in the building. For some reason I want to say native American's were on the ground many years ago and some are still hanging around.. but love reading your posts on this. Keep posting! and if you use a recorder let us know I you caught any voices..


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Posted 13 February 2015 - 07:56 PM

They may have been, since we're pretty close to Letort Spring Run, just north of where it passes under I81. Funnily enough, I live maybe a couple hundred feet east of Letort along part of its run through town as well. It's a rather nice stream, too. And a nice place to take a dip in to cool off during the summer.


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Posted 16 February 2015 - 04:51 AM

No watcher in the boys bathroom today, thankfully.

 

What kind of weirdo hangs out in a Boys Bathroom?

 

The Girls bathroom I can see.... but the boys?

 

We never did Bloody Mary or any of that stuff in the boys restroom in elementary school.

Our dare was trying to eat a warm hard boiled egg in the boys restroom. One that had sat in your Munsters lunch pail in the hot cloak room all morning and smelled a bit off when you brought it up to your nose. To my knowledge no one of us boys were ever able to eat a any part of one without getting the dry heaves and no one ever finished a whole egg.

 

Every kid from the 60's knows the sound a thermos makes when you drop your lunch box....

 

"Bang..... Oh Mannnnn! Schikaaa, Schikaaa, Schikaaa. Yep, It's gone!"

 

 

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Posted 16 February 2015 - 07:37 PM

lol. Dunno about the weirdos, but we apparently have a weirdo ghost! Or a perv.

 

Warm hardboiled egg... Eh. Don't think I could stomach that. And I did that to one of mom's thermoses when I was in summer camp. Not a good day.


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Posted 24 March 2015 - 06:29 PM

Told one of the 6th grade teachers about the spooks today after our unofficial 8th grade 'techy' teacher was done fixed some of the laptops in her classroom. She admitted she's felt stuff in the building when she's stayed late as well, and was kind of surprised when I told her about the one that leered in the window of her pre-renovation room and the one by the old 8th grade locker. I didn't go into full detail about all of my experiences, but said the spooks may be responsible for the electronics issues the 6th grade hall has had. I may have to start seeing who else has had experiences and get them on here to share.


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