Stephen F. Austin State University - Griffith Hall - Nacogdoches TX Real Haunts
- 110 Griffith Blvd. East
- Nacogdoches, TX
On the third floor of this hall, a female student once jumped out of the window after playing with a Ouija board. Her ghost is believed to linger the place, causing the lights in the shower room to flicker at the same time each night - the time she died. Her apparition has been spotted at the end of the hall, wearing tattered clothing. At around 2:00 AM, it has also been reported that residents on the South Wing can hear her footsteps running by. One of the elevators always skips the third floor as well.
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not me but my friend experienced something
i dont attend this university. Long ago, a friend of mine who still attends this university was telling me how he had to move out of his dorm because of paranormal activity, he stated that at night when he was getting ready to go to sleep, he had a drawer that he had pulled from under his bed to retrieve something. without pushing the drawer back under his bed, he took a couple of steps back to do something else and immediately afterwards his drawer slid right back under his bed without him touching it. it was fast and forceful but he managed to physically see that the drawer was pushed back by itself. he immediately ran out and never returned to his room. aside to grab all his belongings the next day. i never asked which dorm this occured in. Today, I was casually searching up haunted universities in the state of texas and saw that this dorm was on the list, i asked my friend after about 2 years since he originally told me his experience which dorm he experienced that incident. he told me that it was in fact griffith hall. Posted 10/14/19
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