When this area was first being settled, a woman named Thearosa lived near this bridge along with her children. Though the exact details are unclear, Thearosa eventually killed her children and then herself. Today, she haunts the bridge. The weather on the bridge is never the same as anywhere else in town. The bridge has also been set on fire several times; investigations reveal nothing.
Many years ago, mentally handicapped woman entered the building, climbed several flights of stairs, and jumped to her death. Today, her moans are still heard.
The "Albino Woman" is often seen walking through he cemetery wearing long, white dresses. Sometimes, she tends graves. Mostly, however she frightens those who venture into the cemetery after dark.
In this old cemetery lies an old, burnt church that was the site of Satanic rituals many years ago. Many have seen ghosts walking around the site which is thought to be on of the seven gateways to hell. Today, the area has been fenced off due to the large number of visitors.
Many years ago, a young teenage girl was killed by her jealous adopted sister. Today the house is plagued by paranormal activity. A toy horse, which must be pressed firmly to produce sound, makes loud noises with no apparent aid. Lights flash on and off, and children report seeing a red-eyed man.
Kansas State University, known affectionately as K-state, was founded in 1858 with only 53 enrolled. Today, its elegant, castle-like campus is home to over 23,000 students. The football stadium especially is beautifully constructed, housing The Purple Masque Theatre on its east side.