I am currently attending a college in the southern part of Missouri. I have heard many ghost stories about dorms. Before my incident I really had not heard any of the rumors about my dorm so it's not like I was really freaking myself out or anything. It was about a month into the first semester of my freshman year and my dorm is a freshman dorm. It is also one of the older ones. So obviously it full of hyper first year college students that are excited about their newly found freedom.
It was about 2AM and my dorm has a community bathroom. It had about 6 bathroom stalls and about 5-6 shower stalls. I had been awoken by whoever was above my room because they are always bouncing a basketball or moving their furniture around. So I decided to get up and use the bathroom. I went down the hall and was proceeding to do my business in one of the stalls. There was no one else in the bathroom but me. The door to the bathroom is really loud so I would have known if someone had came in after me. All of a sudden I hear someone run really fast in front of the bathroom stalls and into the handicap stall at the end of the row. Then I hear a burst of whispers. It sounded like a hundred people were whispering all at once. I freaked out and left the bathroom as soon as I could. I didn't tell my roommate until later because I really didn't want to freak her out.
The next night I was awoken again by the people that lived above my room. This had happened probably 4 or 5 times a week since I had been down at school. That night I was basically pissed because I was so tired of it happening. The next day I went downstairs to talk to the hall director (the boss of my dorm) about it. I told him I was just so tired of being woken up almost every night. I told him that I didn't want to get anyone in trouble it was just starting to get ridiculous.
The sounds kept continuing and I just tried to ignore them since the hall director said he would take care of it. Finally it was about two weeks later and nothing stopped. So I went back downstairs and asked if he had talked to the room above me. He told me this statement: I do not know how to say this but no one lives in that room. It is for special needs people and we do not have any living in our dorm this year.
I was shocked! I asked him if anyone had a key to the room and he said no. He was the only one that did and the last time he was in there was the last summer.
Until my last day in that room the noises continued but no one was there.