Three distinct hauntings are said to have occurred at the Air Force Base. The first ghost is reported to have been the ghost of a cadet who hanged himself to death and his was said to be a malevolent entity who haunted the room he died in. His ghost apparently vanished when his wing of the barracks was torn down.
The second ghost is a bit of a misogynist who haunts the women’s dorms and doesn’t like females in the airforce. He is claimed to pull pranks on the female cadets (right, I am sure there is no live culprit involved in that).
The third ghost is named Jeremy who is reportedly a practical joker. However, he is apparently a polite ghost who requires an invitation and will not enter a room if the door is closed.
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- Keesler Air Force Base
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- 30.405169995315045, -88.9206109259033
- Harrison County, Mississippi
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