Seattle Central Community College – Seattle, WA

Located in Seattle, Washington and built in 1907, the Seattle Central Community College was originally called Broadway High School and then the Burnley School of Professional Art before it became the South Annex of Seattle Central Community College in 1986.  During the Art School years, students reported encountering several spirits as well as objects appearing out of thin air.   

Psychics investigated and each made contact with the spirit of an eighteen-year-old young man who had been a student at the school in 1913.  He was killed during a fight in the old third-floor gymnasium after a basketball game.  The spirit has been given the nickname of Burnley. 

This building is located on the corner of Broadway and Pine in the Capitol Hill district of Seattle.