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.
Continue reading Child Ghost Haunts 4th Floor of University Library – Edinburg, Texas
There is a an old legend in East Texas about an alleged woman in white stalking the streets of Port Neches, TX. How many of you out there have seen her?
Check out this story by Cari
“I was told this story by a friend of mine and her mother when I was about eight years old. My family was somewhat new to town and my friend asked if I knew the story of “Sara Jane Road”.
As the story goes, the old highway here in Southeast Texas which is called Sara Jane Road by local residents, is haunted by the ghost of Sara Jane and her baby. Legend has it that in Civil War times Sara Jane’s husband was fighting in the war and it was just herself and her newborn that lived in a house out in the woods on this highway along the Neches River. Continue reading The Legend of Sarah Jane Road in Port Neches, Texas
There are regular reports of the Animal Industries building at Texas A&M in College Station, TX, being haunted. According to students and staff, the restless spirit of Roy Simms can be seen throughout the building.
“The basement used to serve as a slaughter house to teach students how to butcher meat. One day, one of the instructors was down there alone when he cut himself severely. His blade slipped and he severed his femoral artery and bled to death before help could arrive. Some stories say he dragged himself across the floor toward the elevator before he died, leaving a long blood trail behind him. Students claim to see apparitions and sometimes find unexplained dark stains on the floors of the building.”
Continue reading The Tale of Roy Simms; the man who haunts the Texas A&M Animal Industries Building.