Haunted Hill School

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This building built in the year of 1960 and was Hill School of Grapevine (ceased operations in 2013) is a very haunted building. When the building first got remodeled, and Kathy Edwards (Head of school) was looking for a building. The outside was remodeled. The inside was empty, completely. There was a hole big enough for a casket inside. After the building was bought, and the interior was designed weird things started to happen. The middle stall in the girls restroom started slamming. A teacher who is a medium went into it and said there was something there. Many many people have reported the happening. Other common things is power outages for no reason, phenomena on the security cameras, security alarm going off for no reason, weird footsteps, weird voices, shadows, and more. This building is a great hotspot for ghosts.

(Submitted by TCParanormal)

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204 N. Dooley St.
Grapevine, TX
United States

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32.9427609, -97.07288779999999
Tarrant County, Texas
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  1. Someone should interview kathy edwards. type up the school name and her name and her number will show. some one should ask her about the hole that was there, and ask more and details of the hauntings and history of the building then come back on here n post up her answers. im just too shy to do it myself haha

    • I currently go to the school, and have been here since Hill School! Mrs. Edwards is a very nice lady, and i’m sure would love to talk to you! Visit our school’s website for information on when you can book a tour with us. (www.thenovusacademy.org

  2. I use to live in the apartments across the street. My cousins and i us to walk by it all the time And we had feelings of being watched And before they started having people there we would see things walking back and forth. One night i was leaving are pool and walked a friend home And seen something in the parking lot but there was no one there you could see through the person but they never seemed to want to hurt anyone.

  3. SophiaTNAStudent  |  

    Yeah, I go to the school, when the stall door slams, I scream… It’s scary, there’s no ghost in the middle school high school building though. One time Joe Price was putting up chairs

    • it’s not haunted i live right down the street for at least
      5 years and have been there like 20 times and go to school right down the street so it’s not haunted

  4. Shailyn Henderson  |  

    Does anyone know how to get in contact with the school? I’m part of a ghost hunting group on YouTube called the Ohanna spirit speakers and we are trying to find as many places in Louisiana and Texas area as we can to go to.

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