Emory and Henry College - Real Haunts in Emory VA
Emory and Henry College, which was founded in 1836, is said to have at least three ghosts on campus. The sounds of a piano playing have been heard coming from inside the Music Hall, even when the building is supposed to be completely empty. Outside of the Music Hall there is a hanging lamp which swings by itself when there is no wind. It is said that the swaying of the lamp is caused by the phantom of a man who was pushed out a third-story window following an intense debate; the man briefly grabbed hold of the lamp on his way down before losing his grip and falling to his death. Lastly, there is a woman who hanged herself from the shower in MaWa Hall and now causes water to squirt from the wall.
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Cousin at college , glowing slimr in mawa, rosie in the elavayor
Rosie was a girl at the college who died in the elavator in MaWa. She causes the elevator to stop at random floors. Then there is the girl who hung herself in a closet at MaWa, ectoplasmic fluid now glows in the closet.Posted 5/14/17
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