My school has a very interesting past. A few years before my school was on the lot where it is now, the lot belonged to a Psychiatric hospital. And before that, it was a tuberculosis hospital. The school itself is separated into 6 different buildings. The Library (which was once the church), the admin building (which was where the morgue was), the high school building (was where they kept the lock down patients in the Psychiatric hospital), the middle school (was the cafeteria), the art building (was the place where the staff went on break) and the drama department (was the sun room in the TB hospital).
There are lots of freaky stories about the school grounds and there isn't a person in or around school who hasn't seen, felt, or heard strange things.
On the first day of school, in august one, of my teachers said that when they bought this lot for the school. They had to knock down the 7th building (that's now the baseball field) because doors kept locking, the power wouldn't work, and people were constantly feeling sick. He also told us that in the Admin building, all the phones would ring simultaneously for a few seconds and then stop. I never really took any mind to this and I always thought that the teachers were just messing with my mind. And up until a few months ago, nothing strange had happened. But one day when I was helping our school librarian something DID happen.
I was sitting at the check out counter in the library when a middle school girl came in. She walked around for a while when suddenly I heard a book drop right next to the girl. I watched her for a few minutes as she kept throwing books on the ground, "Aren't you going to pick those up?" I asked. She looked over at me and shook her head no. "Well, why not?" I asked, "I'm not doing it..." the girl replied, "it's the little girl in the funny clothes..." I began freaking out slightly but the girl didn't seem to mind. She checked out a book and left.
When the librarian came back in, I told her what happened, she smiled, "Oh, she's harmless. I call her Jenny, she just likes to have fun. Apparently she died in this church years ago..." I looked at her like she was crazy but I couldn't deny what I or the little girl had seen. As I was leaving the librarian chuckled, "You should be here at night, there all over the place..." At that, I ran out the door.