As classes wear on and grades turn spooky, College Station prepares for Halloween and reports of mysterious noises and occurrences near Reveille’s grave have been spreading. The recent renovation and construction of Kyle Field has disturbed the grave. In fact, some tales claim that The Zone at the North end of Kyle is built upon. . . a pet cemetery.
Billy Jones, a construction worker who worked at the site, believes that all the demolition, hammering, and drilling may have disturbed the cemetery of the past Revs.
“Missing supplies, machines operating by themselves, and eerie noises were common around those graves,” said Jones. Jones warned his supervisors of the encounters but no one listened. He fears now that the ol’ spirits themselves are now haunting the area.
Wednesday night, Grant Middlebury, a pre-med biological engineer major, was making his way back to his car after a long night of studying at the library when he heard a hushed growling. Suddenly, his books seemed to be ripped out of his hands from below.
“I felt like I was being hunted or herded by some unseen animal,” said Middlebury. He came out unscathed except for a few emotional scars and slobbery biochemistry notes. Middlebury said he didn’t think his professor would believe him that a ghost-dog ate his homework.
As the events continue no one is safe, we advise being on guard around The Zone.
-Century Tree Harmony