For University of Georgia students, stories of hauntings are just a part of the school’s culture – from a professor who refused to move, even in the afterlife, from Lustrat Hall to ominous knocking emanating from a sealed-off room.
But perhaps no haunting is as tragic as that of Waddel Hall.
Upon returning home after World War I, a soldier found his girlfriend in love with another man. Though he tried to convince her to love him again, she refused. He took her life before taking his own.
Students today say they can hear the couple quarreling in its halls today.
– Jacqueline Gualtieri, The Georgia 100