Is Siena Heights Haunted? A First Person Experience
Start writing a post

Is Siena Heights Haunted? A First Person Experience

An Article about my personal experience in what is rumored to be the most haunted place in Adrian.

Is Siena Heights Haunted? A First Person Experience
Alondra Zamudio

*Thump* *thump* "Did you hear that?,", my roommate Ravin asked in a concerned tone considering that it was around two in the morning.

I took my headphones out to try to understand what she was saying when again, *thump* *thump*. "Is someone knocking?" , she confirmed more than asked. I stood up to check but saw no one in the hall. The thumping was more frequent now and the noise was traveling around our room.

Since our first week of coming here to Siena Heights University there were rumors about the paranormal activities happening at night, but me and my roommate just figured it was a way to scare the freshmen.

After doing our research, about the deep history of Siena, which wasn't much, there were a few articles of people telling their story of what they have been seeing or feeling when they were a resident here on campus. Although this isn't proven to the facts, I strongly believe the heights have some untold secret.

My roommate and I are not the only ones experiencing these uncomfortable settings. More and more, I hear people in my classes talk about what they have seen and heard in their own room within the same building. The stories I overhear seem to match the ones I read online.

Yet, reading and to having your adrenaline running are two different things. This is where curiosity will kill the cat, but I my friend will not be a cat.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
houses under green sky
Photo by Alev Takil on Unsplash

Small towns certainly have their pros and cons. Many people who grow up in small towns find themselves counting the days until they get to escape their roots and plant new ones in bigger, "better" places. And that's fine. I'd be lying if I said I hadn't thought those same thoughts before too. We all have, but they say it's important to remember where you came from. When I think about where I come from, I can't help having an overwhelming feeling of gratitude for my roots. Being from a small town has taught me so many important lessons that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.

Keep Reading...Show less
​a woman sitting at a table having a coffee

I can't say "thank you" enough to express how grateful I am for you coming into my life. You have made such a huge impact on my life. I would not be the person I am today without you and I know that you will keep inspiring me to become an even better version of myself.

Keep Reading...Show less
Student Life

Waitlisted for a College Class? Here's What to Do!

Dealing with the inevitable realities of college life.

college students waiting in a long line in the hallway

Course registration at college can be a big hassle and is almost never talked about. Classes you want to take fill up before you get a chance to register. You might change your mind about a class you want to take and must struggle to find another class to fit in the same time period. You also have to make sure no classes clash by time. Like I said, it's a big hassle.

This semester, I was waitlisted for two classes. Most people in this situation, especially first years, freak out because they don't know what to do. Here is what you should do when this happens.

Keep Reading...Show less
a man and a woman sitting on the beach in front of the sunset

Whether you met your new love interest online, through mutual friends, or another way entirely, you'll definitely want to know what you're getting into. I mean, really, what's the point in entering a relationship with someone if you don't know whether or not you're compatible on a very basic level?

Consider these 21 questions to ask in the talking stage when getting to know that new guy or girl you just started talking to:

Keep Reading...Show less

Challah vs. Easter Bread: A Delicious Dilemma

Is there really such a difference in Challah bread or Easter Bread?

loaves of challah and easter bread stacked up aside each other, an abundance of food in baskets

Ever since I could remember, it was a treat to receive Easter Bread made by my grandmother. We would only have it once a year and the wait was excruciating. Now that my grandmother has gotten older, she has stopped baking a lot of her recipes that require a lot of hand usage--her traditional Italian baking means no machines. So for the past few years, I have missed enjoying my Easter Bread.

Keep Reading...Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments