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'Ghost Stories' Come to West Virginia University

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Monday evening's weather just added to the ambience at a Mountaineer Week event in Morgantown.

The second annual Ghost Tour at West Virginia University was Monday night.

People went to Elizabeth Moore Hall to hear ghost stories about WVU and Morgantown. This event usually includes a walking tour but Monday's weather kept the group inside. However, that did not stop them from listening to Jason Burns tell scary stories in the dark.

"Most of the stories I tell amazingly, people have never found before. They've never read or heard before. Even the one of this building which is the most popular one that people just don't know. Some I tell from old newspaper clippings that no one has ever heard," Burns said.

Most of the stories were about Elizabeth Moore Hall, which Burns said is the most actively haunted place at WVU.