It’s Halloween season and spooky things are happening on Michigan State’s campus.
MSU’s Paranormal Society and archaeology program are colloborating on October 30 for an hour long tour through the college's alleged haunted buildings, for a night filled with history and possible paranormal acitivies.
Stacey Camp, Director of MSU’s Campus Archaeology Program, said 160-year-old, Mary Mayo, is one of the most common campus buildings that has rumors of being haunted.
“it’s supposedly the most haunted building on campus. Strange occurrences have been reported. A women’s figure has been seen near the piano on the west lounge and sometimes supposedly the piano plays all by itself," Camp said.
The Haunted Campus Tour is public and begins at 7p.m. at MSU's Beaumont Tower. The group will walk several historical buildings throughout the tour.
For more information about the event visit their website.