Siena Heights University

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Siena Heights University is rumored to have a haunted room in one of its dorms. At least, Room 211 is said to have been haunted in the 1970s. A witness reported that doors opened and closed, and glowing eyes came out of nowhere in the middle of a wall. A chair rocked by itself and smashed a mirror.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1247 E Siena Heights Dr
Adrian, MI 49221
United States

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GPS:
41.905835402235674, -84.01580878731079
County:
Lenawee County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Adrian, MI (1.2 mi.)
Tecumseh, MI (7.7 mi.)
Jasper, MI (7.9 mi.)
Blissfield, MI (9.4 mi.)
Britton, MI (11.0 mi.)
Onsted, MI (11.3 mi.)
Clinton, MI (11.7 mi.)
Clayton, MI (11.7 mi.)
Deerfield, MI (12.2 mi.)
Metamora, OH (14.5 mi.)

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  1. I graduated from Siene Heights University in 2014 and I stayed in what was believed to be “room 211” for two years. I experienced many “paranormal” things in my two years as a resident. My wallet/phone would go missing on a weekly basis. Each time it went missing, I found it in the same exact place; under the bed pushed towards the wall. I also witnessed my wallet slide and fall off of the dresser to the floor. Whenever I was in the shower, the bathroom door would rattle and I would hear knocks like someone was trying to come in. I would often wake to the sound of footsteps in my room. Nothing would stay on the walls. Even with Command strips my posters would fall off the wall; almost as if they were torn off. The lights would flicker, my door slammed on a regular basis, with no window open. My friends were scared of my room and I went home a few times because I was fed up with what was going on. Overall, I loved Siena and I loved this room. I never felt it was an evil presence. It was almost comforting not being totally alone.

  2. This year, I lived in Ledwidge in a double with the communal bathroom. There is a spirit in my dorm (I’m not sure whether it is a ghost, or something more sinister.) It likes to turn my fairy lights on and off including when there are not batteries in them, moves my stuff, turns my microwave on and off, and even has touched me on multiple occasions. I have had my blankets ripped off of me on multiple occasions in the middle of the night, and have had my feet grabbed. I don’t suffer from any sleep paralysis so I know that it is not related to a sleep disorder or something like that.
    Last night my boyfriend slept over, and when we woke up this morning, he said that he saw 3 scratches on my back as well as bruises which hadn’t been there at all the night before. There is something in this dorm, and multiple presences in this building. The whole school itself is haunted.

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