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I was a student at William Jewell. Here are the hauntings - keep up the good work! WJC is located in Liberty, Missouri, just north of Kansas City.
In Ely Hall (dorm), it is said that a girl with epilepsy slipped in the bathtub and died on the second floor north bathroom in the 80's. When new residents moved in, in 2008, they hung a new curtain. In the morning, the curtain was ripped and stained, lying on the floor. At night, sometimes you can hear someone fall in the bathroom and cry, but there is no one in there when you check.
In Brown Hall (admissions/communications), there is a young girl who died when the art department (sub-basement) was a gym back in the 70's or 80's. She drowned in the pool. After everyone leaves at night, you can hear splashing and shouting (though there is no pool now). In the hall outside the classrooms, wet footprints appear.
The ghost of Mr William Jewell is said to haunt the campus. He died of heatstroke while the first building was in construction in the early 1800s. He is said to wear a southern-style suit.
Marston Hall is haunted by confederate soldiers. The basement of the hall was an infirmary during the Civil War, and the patients still wander the halls. The old infirmary was converted into classrooms in the 1900s.
The cemetery next to the WJC grounds is said to be haunted by many people, but namely a young co-ed couple that was caught making out one fall night in the early 1900s, and beaten to death for it. It is said that if you call out for "Daisy" you will hear footsteps of a couple running. Students also report apparitions of the couple hopping over the wall into the cemetery, as well as hiding behind tombstones.
The Kappa Alpha frat house is said to be haunted by confederate soldiers and slaves, and occasionally confederate general Robert E Lee, founder of the chapter.
Those are all the ones I know of!