Child Ghost Haunts 4th Floor of University Library – Edinburg, Texas

We have been having a lot of stories come in from Edinburg, Texas. There seems to be something going on there around the University area. Some people are unaware of the 4th floor of the Library. Here’s the latest story from there.

I work the graveyard shift at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley formerly called UTPA. Working graveyard shift, you hear a lot of stories, but one story that I have heard is pretty creepy.

This incident was told to me I was not present when this occurred.
It was around 1:30 or 2am and a police officer went to the library to contact a custodian, as the officer reached the 4th floor of the library and the elevator doors opened a small child about 4 or 5 years of age ran past him giggling. Of course the only thought that came to the officers mind was “Why would the custodian bring his son to work?” The officer called to the boy but the boy was long gone and didn’t answer the officers calls.

The officer continued to walk around the 4th floor of the library searching for the custodian. As he found him further into the floor, he asked him “Why did you bring your child to work?” The custodian looked dumbfounded, “What do you mean?” He asked.
“Yes I saw a child run past the elevator as I walked out”

At this point the custodian’s face turns pale and his eyes widen, “There is no one else here.” he said.

This campus is really old and lots of history, but I guarantee some of the best ghost stories come from the night custodians. If you are ever on campus after hours take a few minutes and ask them. Since I’ve been working graveyard I know I’ve been spooked more than once.

If you have experienced something like this before, comment below.

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