Regis College - Weston MA Haunted Place
- 235 Wellesley St.
- Weston, MA
- (781) 768-7000
This hall dates back to the late 1920s and is believed to have a number of ghosts, including a cold spot that roams around. A former piano teacher is blamed for opening and closing doors, and occasionally plays the piano. Students have also said that the fourth floor is haunted by spectral nuns.
I have heard a story from a regis graduate that there was a man who killed himself in Maria hall. Not to sure how accurate that story is but supposedly doors can be seen opening and closing by themselves. The man may have lived in room 226, in which that door is usually the one opening and closing but other doors on the second floor have done the same.Posted 4/22/18
Rumors have it in in Angela or Domitilla a spirt of a girl roams the halls. I have heard that there was a girl in the 70s who had gone missing in the highland street forest. All I could find out was the girl lived at the end of the second floor and her roomate had seen her go out but not come back. Voices can be heard periodically and even the girl reportly has been scene in the basement as well as the the second floor staircase. Posted 1/22/18
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