the enduring legends of Modesto is the sound of children in the old
John Muir School on Morris Avenue. For 50 years, it’s been the Morris
building or Morris Youth Center. The former school was badly damaged by
a fire Oct. 14.
story goes, city workers in the basement often would hear the voices
and thundering feet of children being let out of school between 2:30
and 3 p.m. daily. The workers would fly up the steps, go onto the main
floor and find no one.
worker who used to work at the Morris building admitted that was her
experience, but she refused to allow her name to be used. She was
afraid she might be branded a kook.
children haunting an old school? Were there actually several ghost
children present at the school, or was something else happening here?
appears to be a sound vibration of an event that has become etched in
time, so that it is replayed over and over. I think that this
phenomenon is related to spirit activity and high emf emmissions. An
event that occurred in the past has been transmitted through time into
the future. Perhaps this event was something held dear to some
spiritual entity, in this case perhaps a young child who once attended
the school and died suddenly.
feeling of freedom when school is out, children racing for the door,
smiles on their faces, and the excitement and energy that fills the
classroom as children are dismissed for the day, is something we are
all familiar with. Such energy trapped in time indefinitly, to become
replayed over and over, now ingrained in the old walls of the school.
it seems , we can hear the sounds of the past. Like a picture, a
recording, a movie, the past has become a part of our present
experience, and leaves its imprint our our consciousness.
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