Baker College of Owosso

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Legend has it that a young woman hanged herself long ago at Baker College of Owosso, and her ghost still lingers, creating cold spots, shadows and unexplained sounds.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1020 S Washington St
Owosso, MI 48867
United States

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GPS:
42.98587772644666, -84.17066428836063
County:
Shiawassee County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Owosso, MI (0.9 mi.)
Middletown, MI (1.3 mi.)
Corunna, MI (2.7 mi.)
Henderson, MI (7.1 mi.)
New Haven, MI (7.5 mi.)
Vernon, MI (7.8 mi.)
Bancroft, MI (9.2 mi.)
Morrice, MI (10.2 mi.)
Ovid, MI (10.2 mi.)
Oakley, MI (10.6 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.baker.edu/baker-college-of-owosso/

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  1. I live in the top floor suite side of Kurtz Hall. There’s been numerous times where I’ve been sitting on the couch in the living room alone and out of the corner of my eye it looks like someone is peeking their head through the doorway of my bedroom. However, I have the room to myself. No one else lives in there. When I turn my head to look, there’s nothing there.

  2. Similar experience about 9 years ago. This happened top floor of Hidihall. I was dating this girl named Nicole at the time. Her friend that lived next door to her room had gotten attacked. She comes running out of her room crying hysterically. She said something had held her down to the bed. She had Freddy Krueger marks down her back about 6 12inch welts. I had photos but something happened to my computer. Strange enough my gf at the time always complained about unusual cuts on her hands.

  3. History that I can share on this place. Many years ago under hidihall was Indian burial grounds. Years later the caverns under hidihall was a sane asylum. They used to perform spring water bathes to cure crazy people. No one has access to this area, and those that have been down there has either gotten sick, felt cold spots, or been pushed out by something that cant explain.

  4. About 8 months ago my roommate was getting ready for bed while I was already sleeping. At first, she did not know that I was already in bed and she thought that I was I was standing in the corner. She soon realized that I was already in bed and asleep, and she starred at this dark figure that was standing there watching her. Room 222c of Kurtz definitely had a sighting that night! We’ve heard stories of students hearing young girls giggling outside their windows at night, just to find out that no one is actually outside their window. Supposedly there is a worship area in the basement of Hoddy Hall, which no one is allowed in. The campus does over look a cemetery though, so what can one expect.

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