Freaky Friday: New Mexico State University

Freaky Friday: New Mexico State University

Ghostly rumors float through the many campuses of New Mexico State University. One of the most popular places we came across for freaky tales was Goddard Hall. It is believed that the building’s namesake, who was electrocuted by faulty wiring in its basement, is the cause of unidentified footsteps and mysterious noises. The building’s bell tower is off-limits to students and faculty and said to be home to bats – though we can’t be sure there is nothing else dwelling there.

Hair-raising stories aside, we have reason to believe that the students at NMSU ‘ain’t afraid of no ghosts’. See what we mean in this funny video below.

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