Stephen F. Austin State University - Griffith Hall

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On the third floor, rumor has it that a female student once jumped out the window after playing with a Ouija board. Her ghost causes the lights in the shower room to flicker at the same time every night, at the exact time she died. Her apparition has been seen at the end of the hall, wearing tattered clothing. It is also said that around 2 a.m. residents on the south wing hear her footsteps run by, and one of the elevators is reported to always skip the third floor, where the incident occurred.

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Geographic Information

Address:
110 Griffith Blvd. East
Nacogdoches, TX
United States

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GPS:
31.618392018765853, -94.65086585285462
County:
Nacogdoches County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
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