Posts Tagged ‘creepy’

Ghosts of Loyola

Most students at Loyola have heard vague reports of strange activity around campus, but almost everyone has heard something different. It seems that few can really agree on what spooky visitors may be haunting the campus, and perhaps we may never really know until we see them for ourselves. However, there are a few ghost stories that continue to make recurring appearances in campus lore. Perhaps these are the true tales, courtesy of the Loyola Maroon…

BUDDIG 813

Loyola’s most famous ghost story, which begs the question: could a demonic entity possibly be making its home in a Catholic school? Possibly. Buddig Hall has been at the center of most paranormal claims, though most people don’t know the real story of what happened there. Allegedly, a pair of students’ experimentation with a Ouija board unleashed some sort of spirit that required an exorcism to tame.

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There have also been reports of strange activity on the tenth floor, as well as in Room 1108.

MARQUETTE, GREENVILLE AND NUNEMAKER

Marquette Hall, the oldest building on Loyola’s campus, has also been the scene for several unexplained occurrences. The building used to house a morgue on the fifth floor that would store cadavers for the anatomy lab.

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Spooky entities have also been reported at Greenville Hall on the Broadway Campus, as well as in Nunemaker inside Monroe Hall.

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Spooky!

–Posted by intern Katie Atkins