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NCO Club

Fort Riley, Kansas

Ghosts are haunt the doors of this club. An MP reported that a ghostly forced jerked the door he was guarding open; the door was locked.

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ME says:

August 30, 2006, 5:36 pm

Huh? Makes no sense to me…

POO says:

August 30, 2006, 8:00 pm

OOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHH SCARY HA YA RITE

lauren says:

September 22, 2006, 9:46 pm

so stupid

A curious person. says:

October 5, 2006, 7:06 pm

Yeah, I don’y really think this is much…by the way, what does “MP” stand for?

Keith Cassant says:

October 7, 2006, 11:12 am

There is no NCO club on Ft. Riley…are you talking about the Riley Conference Center or the Sports Page?

sarah says:

March 31, 2007, 9:57 am

i don’t believe it! and it is so stupid!!!!!

sarah says:

March 31, 2007, 9:58 am

i don’t care about haunted sstuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

pretty_in_pink says:

August 22, 2007, 8:54 pm

I live on Fort Riley and I haven’t heard of an NCO club on Post. There is an old theater that this story has been connected to,though.

Jon says:

September 27, 2007, 11:49 pm

I lived on Ft Riley for 6+ years there is not a NCO club nor had there been one

Bilbobagians says:

October 20, 2007, 2:56 am

The “NCO” club is the only club on Ft. riley. Currently called Rally Point, previously known as Troopers, and a few other names. At one point a long time ago it WAS an NCO club.

MP stands for Military Police for whomever asked that, and This is a partial story connected with the full story at the old Theater. There are a lot of places and stories for Ft. Riley. For those in the area there is a haunted walk every Halloween that takes you through all the places, and the REAL stories behind them.. well, real enough anyways.

dorothy says:

October 23, 2007, 5:20 pm

I grew up on Fort Riley and my husband and I have been stationed here for 12 years, so I have spent quite a bit of time in the houses on Fort Riley. I am also a tour guide for the Ghost Tours every year. The answer to this question is yes there is or was an NCO club on Custer Hill, it is now the Child/Youth Services building. Riley’s Conference was the Officer’s club and Rally Point was the Enlisted Club on post. The story was part of a story regarding the the old theater on Main Post. Happy Haunting!

Ashley says:

January 2, 2008, 12:41 am

Okay.
you people are soo retarted.
i mean the people.
that post comments.
saying ohh i dont belive it..
Excuse me.
thats why it says random ghost stories!!!

Jeannie says:

January 3, 2008, 9:48 pm

My husband and I lived on Ft Riley back in the 70s and there was an NCO club there on Custer Hill. We lived at Camp Forysth which there was post housing, for E-5 and above. Not sure about this anymore, the rules for post housing has changed. But back in those days we also heard stories of hauntings there at Camp Forysth.

lionheart says:

April 4, 2008, 10:04 am

i beg to differ my dad was stationed on Ft. Riley from 1967 -1969. back in those days there were a couple clubs
there one on main post and i recall my dad calling it the NCO club. But the Rally Point is more commonly called an EM club.

Dorsie says:

May 17, 2008, 7:43 am

My X-Husband was Air Force and I do know that EVERY Military Base has an NCO (non-commissioned officers) Club, and an Officers Club as well. FT. Riley would not have been very different back when it was in it’s peak use. Maybe all of you “skeptics” should make a point to go there, or perhaps do some research on the Base’s past history BEFORE you jump to your ignorant conclusions!

Jeff says:

September 10, 2008, 11:36 pm

“Ghosts are haunt” really??? I should trust a post from some illiterate kid? It WOULD be “ghosts haunt.”

MPSHOOTZ says:

April 24, 2009, 2:18 pm

there is an old NCO club on Riley now commonly known as Riley confrence center. there used to be a full bar downstairs and that’s where the supposed haunting is. not saying it’s true or not, just clarifying. there are lots of other supposed hauntings at Riley to include, officer housing on old main post, the theater on old post, the land that the tent city was on, the hospital, the creamitorium, and a few more that i have heard.

melody says:

June 24, 2009, 3:26 pm

well this sounds retared so whoever made this needs 2 get a life cuz this makes no sense

lilly says:

August 29, 2009, 9:29 pm

I’ve been there. It is an extremely haunted base because of the amount of tragedy that happened there over many generations. If you have a relative stationed there or visit you can buy ghosts of Fort Riley booklets that the Fort Riley museum on the base sells. There is also a ghost walk around Halloween that describes the hauntings. My 84 yr old dad thought it was haunted when he was stationed there. This place is real! Join up and be stationed there. It will make you a believer!

shrek26 says:

October 24, 2009, 11:39 pm

I was stationed there as a MP. From 01′-03′ I patrolled the midnight shift. Never had anything wierd happen at the old NCO club. My best friend along with half a dozen other MPs experienced some wierd stuff at the old theater on main post. I myself definatily experienced a ghost, twice in the basement of Riley’s Club. Without a doubt that base is haunted.

believer says:

October 31, 2009, 9:11 am

I thought this was a place for ppl to tell ghost stories. If you don’t believe, why bother wasting your time commenting on that. Who cares. If you have a story then tell it. Don’t you ppl know by now, that a place where many ppl have died, some never pass on. They have some unfinished business to take care of. When I die, I will haunted the ones that deserve it. LMFAO!!! And I won’t be nice either.

Armywife says:

November 11, 2009, 2:03 pm

I live on Fort Riley now in the new Forysth housing. I have been to the old NCO club and I can tell you that I have felt something different there as well as the new housing area. It always have a strange wind and one of the kids in the area repoted being touch on the should when she was standing alone. She wont go back to that spot again. I know there are things on FOrt Riley you cant but help feel them.

DJ says:

November 13, 2009, 4:27 am

I currently work at the hospital on ft. riley and the basement of the hospital is very haunted. the doors of the elevators would open when you just walk past them. and there are black formless apprations that walk down there. I hate being down there alone at night.

Thomas says:

November 25, 2009, 11:12 pm

I lived on Fort Riley 53′-58′ and there was an NCO Club at the corner of Holbrook Ave and Pershing Ct. The next building over heading east on Pershing was the school house where I attended 5th and 6th grade. There the only thing scary was my classmate Newt Gingrich, future US Speaker of the House. Fort Riley is a beautiful jewel on the prairie and I hope it is protected as many of the old cavalry structures have disappeared since I lived there. There used to be an old cavalry horse obstacle course east of Camp Forsyth that was just plowed down. Shame, shame.

nicolle says:

December 13, 2009, 8:45 pm

i currently live at fort riley across from the old px and i have heard all of the stories and keep hearing new ones. i live on meade loop in one of a plexs. my husband and my neighbor’s daugter swear that we have a ghost in our apartment. there is a maintance man who refuses to come into our building because he is positive that it is haunted. he will only come in when he has to. i will admit weird things happen in our apartment or we hear weird things here.

Thomas says:

December 14, 2009, 12:20 am

Around 1957-1958, an enlisted man shot to death a young Lieutenant with a military rifle in the building next to the west side of Wainwright Hall. I believe this happened in the daytime and took place on the veranda on the east side of the building. That’s the only violent incident I can recall from the period I lived there and never heard about ghosts until this site and the vids on youtube.

sheila kelley says:

July 18, 2010, 11:03 pm

You people who are leaving negative remarks shouldn’t if you aren’t a believer than why are you here in the first place people who have told their stories should be respected.

Army Wife- meg.zoerb says:

October 20, 2010, 3:45 pm

MP is a MILITARY POLICE OFFICER. My husband (an MP) has heard and seen some intense stuff on post in Fort Riley. MP’s go pretty much everywhere, as shrek26 can attest. He’s heard rumor that the 300th MP CO. barracks are haunted from a girl that committed suicide. The jail is def. haunted, so is the movie theatre, the crematory is definely haunted, as well as the artillary parade field, and the first territorial capital….

We were watching a ghost-hunter show the other night & they mentioned that limestone is a good conductor for energy & that most hauntings are strongest in limestone buildings, a damn good percentage of buildings in riley are limestone & have been there since the fort was first established. I don’t doubt this. So much has happened there over the course of it’s existance that I wouldn’t doubt a word any soldier/civ. family member says in regards to it being haunted.

@ Shrek26, I’ve been dying to go into the old theatre but there’s no way in hell they’d let a civillian in there.. I’ve heard so many stories I’d LOVE to check it out!!

arrsaivulaza says:

October 22, 2010, 12:08 am

i stay in building 227 on main post, this place is haunted fo sho =) i like it though…..roomate, tradition, tradition

Armybrat says:

November 2, 2010, 1:10 am

I used to live in 121B Lower Brick Rowe in the 80s as a kid for 8 years. They have since changed the numbering system. Its the one that is in front of the tennis court entrance on he east side of the loop or old Commissary side. That whole neighborhood was haunted to include our house.there is another hose towards huebner on the same side that sat empty for years. I remember reading reports years later that there was an exorcism in that house. I remember all of us kids getting erie vibes from that one. It always had signs on it for renovation. For years. What I read shocked me about it and I wont repeat it as it sounds really far fetched.

Armybrat says:

November 2, 2010, 6:45 am

Anyway just googled it, and yes i read some brief blurbs about Quarters 124. Might Explain why they renumbered the houses on Lower Brick Rowe. Nothin I read in my quick search turned up what I had heard. Bleeding walls, paint not sticking, hair raising stuff. A block party where the stereo cords inside the house were ripped in half and different music playing. A grandfather clock disassembled and on the living room floor when Soldier and his wife came home from leave. Loud banging and yelling from god knows what. If I had known that as a kid I would have freaked. I was already leary of that house and most houses there. I remember if I was walking by that house at night by myself I would be freaked. I wouldnt even look at it. I had some strange experiences in our own house when I was really young my Mom told me about it would freak her out bad. Me by myself in that house I was pretty much scared. Strange enough I do miss that house. It was our original home.

Armybrat says:

November 2, 2010, 12:42 pm

Interesting read:

http://polk.bookoounderground.com/topic.jsp?topicId=11565634

Seems the house is still empty with Asbestos warnings. I remember when they did the asbestos renovations. Im pretty sure all were done in the 80s on that block. Coincidence I think not.

Armybrat says:

November 2, 2010, 12:46 pm

One last thing, more googling and It wasnt a house number change. 117, 119, and 121, were the first three built. Over the woman in question related to bldg 124 Hauntings grave site. Her remains were unearthed in 1889. The house is 119 I believe. That house is the real crazy ghost story on Ft Riley. In my opinion.

Armybrat says:

November 2, 2010, 12:51 pm

http://www.historicmapworks.com/Buildings/index.php?state=KS&city=Fort Riley&id=13368

Pics of 117. all 3 and the only 3 that are built in this layout on brick row.

Kim P says:

November 29, 2010, 4:22 am

There is nothing in here about Ft Leavenworth and the OLD USDB being haunted. Like the old hospital that was turned into a dorm for inmates. The building that the thirteen German( i think) soldier were hung in the elevator shaft??? Or the tower that was never redone because it was not used anymore, which was where a private had shot himself one night during a thunderstorm while on duty. What about these?????

Kim P says:

November 29, 2010, 4:24 am

There is nothing in here about Ft Leavenworth and the OLD USDB being haunted. Like the old hospital that was turned into a dorm for inmates. The building that the thirteen German( i think) soldier were hung in the elevator shaft??? Or the tower that was never redone because it was not used anymore, which was where a private had shot himself one night during a thunderstorm while on duty. What about these?????

Any one else heard of these haunted places?

Trick37MP says:

July 24, 2017, 5:54 pm

There was indeed an NCO club on Fort Riley. It was on Camp Forsyth, down from the Shoppette, just at the base of Trooper Drive. It was still an NCO club when I left there in 1990.

And yes, the old movie theater on Forsyth (now a housing area, where the theater and WW2 barracks stood) was haunted. I was an MP (Military Police), and we had to re-close the upstairs door every full moon (the door was only accessible to open from the inside).

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