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The Wupperman Theatre is said to house the ghost of a small girl wearing a blue dress, and she seems to want to play hide-and-seek. Lights flicker and the trap door opens by itself at times. In the Trinity Building dorm, lights can be seen to flicker on and off, and the blinds flutter, although this building is said to be locked up and no one lives there.

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1000 W Court St
Seguin, TX 78155
United States

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29.569499, -97.98410100000001
Guadalupe County, Texas
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  1. Christi Quintanilla  |  

    I lived in the Trinity dorm building from 1997 to 1998. It is still a functioning dorm building today. There was one room that felt haunted to us. It was the former dorm mother’s suite, and the doors would pull open and shut on their own, cold air for no reason, etc. I have heard many accounts of ghosts in Wupperman Theater and throughout the fine arts building. Also, in the new Tschoepe Hall building, you can hear doors closing and footsteps when you are definitely the only one alive in the building. This one I have experienced for myself. The creepiest building on the campus is Emma Frey, which was once a living quarters but now has offices and storage. I have been there many times when I worked on the campus, and even in broad daylight it just gives you an uneasy feeling. I have tried to open a storage door before, while trying to push the door open it felt as if someone was pushing back to keep me from opening the door. Then suddenly, it just swung open with no resistance. There is also a mirror on the wall down at the far end of the upstairs hall and when you go past it you almost always feel like you saw something in the reflection. It is also very cold at that end of the hall, even though the rest of the building is sweltering in August.

  2. Steve Farthing  |  

    I worked at TLU for six months beginning in July of 2010 as a custodian. Early one morning about 5:15 am, I was in the foyer of the library sweeping the floor. As I made my first pass, I was heading towards the large portrait of the lady whom the library is named after. She is sitting on the edge of the chair while the artist is painting. The portrait always made me feel “uneasy”. But I went on with my duty. I made two passes towards the picture and away from the picture. On my third pass towards the picture, I caught a glimpse of her sitting back down in the chair. Like, as I was sweeping away from her, she stood up, and as I made my turn to go the other direction, she sat back down. I asked the supervisor to never send me back to the library again. I also thought I might have seen the man pacing back and forth in the sound room of the larger theater while vacuuming one morning. That whole town gave me a creepy feeling. I only did that job for six months before I had had enough.

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