As some of you may know, I go to college at Ohio state university. As some of you may have heard, there was a school shooting this morning.
So I guess the place to start is saying I’m safe. Luckily, I didn’t have a class this morning so I was in my dorm when the shooting occurred. The shooting took place right outside my dorm. I woke up to the sound of gun shots, and this email.
Apparently, one guy went in the building and pulled the fire alarm, and when everyone evacuated the shooter drove his car through the crowd, got out and started slashing at people with a machete, and then pulled out a gun. 9 people are hospitalized, thankfully only 1 in critical condition. This is a first hand account from someone there.
The shooter was killed. This is the view from my dorm window. It’s grainy, but you can see a dead body on the a white sheet surrounded by cones.
My friend was in a classroom directly across from the shooting. this is from his snapchat.
Police are still looking for the second accomplice. I haven’t left my dorm. I still have friends locked in their classrooms. This shouldn’t happen.
My dorm wasn’t wasn’t feeling halloween-y enough. So naturally, I went to the Engineering lab (because they don’t check what you print lol) and printed out 192 skeleton war posters (8 unique posters times 24 each) and plastered them all over the walls of all 4 floors and the stairwells at 1 AM.
Come morning no one knew how to react. They’re everywhere and our dorm is quite spooky indeed.
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Ohio State University students thought that their home was haunted. They would notice their cupboards, oven, and microwave mysteriously left open all the time. They thought they had a “ghost.” One day they decided to search the house they were living on off campus and discovered a locked door down the basement. They got the door unlocked and found a fully furnished room with pictures of a man and what seemed to be his family.
The man had been living there un-noticed and would ocasionally let himself into the student’s home. He would help himself to their food and such.