Rumored hauntings at the University of Central Missouri range from Hawkins Hall, where strange occurrences are attributed to a student who hanged himself, to Diemer Hall, where a bathroom sink has turned on by itself. Also noteworthy are North Ellis, where an alarm clock has flown across the room and an apparition showed up in a mirror, and Houts/Hosey Hall, which legend says is haunted by the ghost of Sarah, a pregnant student who committed suicide. At the closed Osborne/Phillips Hall, rumors abound that it was shut down because of a haunting, but as it turns out, it was closed for financial reasons. But Yeater Hall may take the cake as far as this campus is concerned. Here at the oldest resident hall on campus, folks have seen lights come on by themselves, heard footsteps, felt cold spots,
and spotted a shadow of a woman’s head.
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- 108 W South St
Warrensburg, MO 64093
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- 38.757828936169574, -93.73939966665648
- Johnson County, Missouri
- Nearest Towns:
- Warrensburg, MO (0.4 mi.)
Centerview, MO (5.8 mi.)
Knob Noster, MO (9.8 mi.)
Whiteman Air Force Base, MO (9.9 mi.)
Leeton, MO (12.3 mi.)
Henrietta, MO (12.5 mi.)
Chilhowee, MO (13.2 mi.)
Holden, MO (13.9 mi.)
La Monte, MO (17.0 mi.)
Kingsville, MO (17.8 mi.)
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