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The Haunted Halls of WVU Podcast

Have you ever had a peculiar experience on campus? Like hearing the faint sounds of a cow mooing near Woodburn or catching a glimpse of a little girl skipping around the corridors of the MountainLair? With over 150 years of history, there’s bound to be a few past residents roaming around WVU’s campus, and the Daily Athenaeum’s newest podcast series looks to tell their stories. Each week, Appalachian Storyteller Jason Burns will join us to help uncover these stories of real WVU historical figures and places. These stories have been floating around campus for many years, begging to be remembered, and Jason has become their keeper.

The Downtown Campus Library holds more than just books. Not many have seen what lies beyond the shelves, but if they have, it's only just a glimpse. The newest episode of the Haunted Halls of WVU features not one, but two spirits. Jason Burns, professional storyteller and WVU Arts and Entert… Read moreHaunted Halls of WVU, Episode 4: The Invisible Inhabitants of WISE Library

The story of the little girl in the yellow dress has been shared by many on the WVU campus. She spends her time on the second floor of the Mountainlair as a way to remember her happiest days. Though her floating figure may frighten a few, her youthful spirit is full of joy. Listen to the new… Read moreHaunted Halls of WVU Episode 2: The Girl Who Haunts the Mountainlair

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