JC Sawyer School haunted

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I recently heard about this story and I did not know until a couple days later, that I overheard a couple of teachers who go to J.C. Sawyer Elementary school, the same school I went when I was a child in the 1970’s. Great memories I had in that school and great teachers I had who now passed away. Is now haunted.

A teacher who goes to the school was talking to her friend that her students saw a ghost of a woman walking behind them and she was wearing white and her hair was up. It stood for a few seconds and disappeared.

Many of her students have seen it. However, she brushed it off and told the students it was their imagination, but the students really saw a ghost at their school and they were talking about it in the classroom. She had enough with the students telling their stories and told them to settle down and be quiet. They were quiet.

Five of the teacher’s book flew off the shelves, from the wall, hit the floor and then the closet open and slam shut by itself.

The students and the teacher were horrified by what they saw. None of the students were close to the closet or the shelves.

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Later, she found it out the classroom that she was in was a former teacher by the name of Mrs. Annette Moss, who passed away in 2014 at the age of 80.  She taught in the same classroom for thirty-nine years in that room.

 

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Mystery of the Museum

Most of the students do not know their history, either they will fall asleep in class, or the teacher wore some crazy costume in class just to spark their imagination. Well, that could be boring or exciting, but a field trip, the students are wide awake.

Students will speculate to what they would see. Are they going camping or see a play out of town? The students will be so exciting to see and go, because the class is boring, especially the teacher why is Mr Blakencooper wearing a uniform in class. Is that the school uniform that most teachers are wearing in class when teaching. Oops, he was wearing the uniform of the Civil War period or is it a caveman outfit.

What the teacher arranged is the class to go the museum in their town. The student will be so excited to go to a museum, to see everything come alive, but that is only in a movie. But there are some museums out there have animatronics of creatures that run around in a theater stage atmosphere.

However, the teacher is taking the class to see the Civil War exhibit in their local museum, in which no goes there. Why? People are complaining the museum is a waste of money, but it’s history of our town. Why do we have ghost walk in town? It educates the history of our town. Without no history, it would be, just a city, with a weird name. The name means something, what’s it background, the history. We all watch Ghost Adventure on the travel channel, the first 15 to 20 minutes they tell us the history of the place. The Civil War, the Gettysburg War and other historically events happened in the town and later they Ghost Adventures team will explore the haunting in the area. What they found is incredible; people who fought on the land many years ago are either still fighting or lost. Probably the ghost wants you to help them to find their way home? We do have some haunting historical location in our town. No one wants to talk about it. They think it will scare people, but it has a history and to preserve it, we have museums.

The museum does have a mystery in our area, and we never knew about it. We can be a history buff and know the history of our town. But what about new information that we don’t know about, then you will intrigue about it. Then we can be smart about it.

So the museum holds valuable information and history that we would never know. So it’s good to know the history of our town.

Plus the museum has a convention hall, and they could hold parties for their guests, like prom. The students can party with a Civil War mannequin. Well don’t do that. Someone has to pay for the damages.

So, please go to the museum and get to know your history. Make a donation too to keep precious materials preserves for a long time.