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Texas A&M - Kingsville TX Real Haunted Places

   
  • 1278 W Santa Gertrudis St.
  • Kingsville, TX
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Every hall of the prestigious university is said to be inhabited by its own ghost. At Turner-Bishop Hall, the ghost of a young girl is said to play with the hair of students, drag furniture in empty rooms, run showers and unlock doors. Lewis Hall, another building on the campus, is said to be haunted by the ghost of a former female student who killed herself in the building. In addition to reports of her apparition, other have reported intense cold sports, and the uneasy feeling of being watched. Similarly, the bell tower in College Hall is said to be haunted by the host of a man who hanged himself in the tower. The Edward N. Jones Auditorium, built in 1942, is said to be haunted by the ghost of a worker who died during the building's construction when he fell from the rafters. This mischevious ghost is said to turn lights on an off, lock doors, and knock costumes off their hangers.
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  • Ghost contact and rituals on the attic

    I was an exchange student at Texas a&m Kingsville and I was living in Lewis Hall. From September until December I had a lot of bad experiences there. The worst one was when I was taking a shower and I felt that someone was on the bathroom. I decide to start singing and finish my shower normally. When I opened the curtain after the shower, on the mirror in front of it there was a mark of a hand, like on Titanic. Who lived there knows how the bathrooms and rooms are arranged. There is one bathroom in the between of two rooms, and it has two different doors. I knocked on the door that goes to the other room and asked the other guy if he did that. He said he didn't move from his bed and that he was feeling really cold. We decided to leave the room and go talk to other people. Another day me and some friends had a barbecue at the patio on the middle of the building. We felt like we were being watched the whole time. We were a bit drunk after a while and going all the time to the bathroom on the first floor. At some point when I was peeing on the bathroom and I heard someone entering the bathroom, there were two doors and they were really loud. I started talking to the person asking who was but no one replied. When I left the stall there was no one on the room. At the same day the same thing happened to some of my friends and we decided to leave the building. Another situation was a day when there was a holiday and the university was empty. But we were still there. At some point in the afternoon a lot of weird people wearing black started entering the building and going to the attic. I started wondering how did they entered the building since we needed our card to enter it. There was a door kept opened with a empty bottle to keep it open. They broke the alarm so it wouldn't make noise because it was opened. On the other day we went to the attic and there was a circle of old Chair and a drawer used as a table on the middle. Right on top of my room. After that I decide to move. I was supposed to stay in the Kingsville for one year and half but I contacted my sponsors and begged to be moved before the beginning of the next semester. They moved me to another state.

    Posted 3/17/19

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