St. Leo University

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Not much information on this one – just that some stories have it that the ghost of a young woman is seen on campus, often walking through walls.

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Geographic Information

Address:
33701 State Road 52
St Leo, FL 33525
United States

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GPS:
28.335714, -82.257251
County:
Pasco County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
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  1. I attended Saint Leo from 2006-2009 and lived on campus the entire time I was there. The school is old, to be sure, but there is no ghost girl that floats through walls. Perhaps unfortunately. It’s apparently just a story that has circulated around the internet and none of the long-standing professors or faculty members attest to there ever being a ghost girl on campus. There have been reports of ghostly monks, however, at the grotto directly across from the Saint Leo campus. I never experienced them, but wandering around campus in the wee hours of the morning can be enough to frighten any student with a slight interest in the paranormal since it sports two graveyards and a rickety bridge for students to cross as they leave the Marmion/Snyder residence halls to get to the main part of campus. The grotto is also quite scary at night because it’s dimly lit and it is possible to get locked into the shrines.

    I did have a close friend who had her posters come down from her wall of her dorm room every night for a time. She went as far as to cover the AC unit to see if that had anything to do with it. The posters still came down and sometimes plastic cups would fly off of the tables in her room (I happened to be in the room once with a bunch of other friends when that happened), but the activity stopped once she moved out of the residence hall the following semester.

    So, really, unless you purposely seek out ghosts or happen to be lucky (or unfortunate) enough to experience something, Saint Leo isn’t really going to be someplace to go in the hopes of finding ghostly activity.

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