It wasn't a pledge week prank or any other sort of college fraternity hijinks. According to the guys who where there, their fraternity house was haunted. On "School Spirits" (Wed., 10 p.m. ET on Syfy), the fraternity brothers told the story of the year they spent haunted by a restless spirit.
They said that rooms experienced extremes in temperature, objects in the house moved of their own volition, and doors even locked on their own. But one brother had the most harrowing experience of all.
The man narrated the dramatic reenactment, which showed him being lifted off the ground with his bed sheets coiled around his neck like a hangman's noose. "I could feel my body being lifted," he said. "I wanted to yell help and I couldn’t even get that out."
After a few moments, he was released. The guys then said they contacted the spirit via a Ouija board and discovered it was a Native American killer who'd been hung near their house. By burning the board, they rid the house of his spirit.
"School Spirits" details more ghosts in education every Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET on Syfy.
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