About a little over a year ago I started attending a drama club that I currently still go to every Saturday. I have come to believe the place is haunted. It is also a school on weekdays (important). My first lesson there was... Very unusual.
Some girls were taking photos of each other. They started looking through the photos and began to got very freaked out. I went to see if they were okay and what I saw was not something I've seen before.
In the first photo a blurred figure was photobombing the selfie behind one of them. The second one the blurred figure was closer. The third one, a girl standing in the middle didn't even show up in. I thought this was extremely peculiar - I have no idea why she wasn't in the photo. The last one, a blurred figure was right in front of the camera.
Someone started taking dozens of photos around the room which were all pretty unremarkable but 1 - a girl with a mangled face peering around a corner. I would share these photos but I don't actually have them on my phone unfortunately. Other strange stuff happened there too.
There has been grunting, yelling and loud noises coming from empty rooms. Figures walking down corridors and disappearing. One time, I saw someone go into one of the toilets. I also needed to go so I waited outside. And waited. And waited.
After 10 minutes of waiting and not hearing anything in the toilet I knocked on the door to see if the person was okay. No answer. I started to try to speak to the person - no answer. I saw the door was unlocked so I entered in case they fell down (I warned them before doing so) and to my amazement - there was no one there. Nobody came out as I was waiting - I was 100% sure of it.
I remembered that my dad attended the school when he was a boy. I asked him about it and he went pale. My dad proceeded to tell me that in WW2, the headmaster, his wife and kids were in a car on school grounds when a plane crashed into the car - killing them all. I looked up the school's history on the internet and it confirmed his story. My dad said there used to be a memorial at the school for the headmaster and his family.