Are the tales of Lindenwood’s ghosts true? You be the judge.

Sibley Hall is one of the sources many ghost stories on campus. Photo by Kat Owens.

MADELINE RAINERI News Editor

According to Lindenwood lore, when just the right amount of moonlight is shining through the windows and the stars are hidden by the clouds, you can see a ghostly figure looming from the windows of Sibley Hall, covered completely in white. 

While the stories might be just stories, we compiled some of the best ones from students and alumni alike about the legends of Lindenwood’s ghosts. 

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Maddie is our news editor and is also online savvy. She covers news and men's ice hockey. If she's not covering news stories or watching hockey, you can find Maddie hanging out in the LARC drinking iced tea or working for a local craft brewery. She also does freelance web design and social media work for small businesses and entrepreneurs in St. Louis. She has two dogs, a boxador named Kona and a German Shepherd named Remy. One lives with her and her roommates in their campus house and the other lives with her parents.