In the main administration building, which was built in 1922, there is said to be a spirit of a little boy playing with a bouncng ball on the 3rd floor. The 4th floor was once used as a quarantine area for TB, and many spirits are said to linger from that time. Cold spots and electrical anomalies have been reported in the building. Also, in Dubuis Hall there is said to be the ghost of a nun who haunts students there. Some have felt uneasy feelings of being watched, and one student reported her stuffed animals having been rearranged in an orderly fashion during the night.
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- 4301 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78209
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- 29.466657313595732, -98.46563923354552
- Bexar County, Texas
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