She was said to have died (year unknown) during the school year and was buried under the school because that was the only place where she liked to be.Now she still acts as the Principle while walking the school at night. This is to tell you that what you have listed for this location is not correct.I went to Bates in the late 1960's and it was then Bates Middle School and it was not just blacks there.I lived in Annapolis from the time I was born until 1991 when I was 38 years old and have never heard of anyone thrown from the widows of this school.
It has been said that at night you can see a women walking up and down the halls of the middle school, a former principle.
Shadows move across the rooms, and lantern mounted on the walls are turned upside down.
The witnesses love to tell their stories, and almost welcome whatever it is that is there.
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Sometimes she is walking by herself and sometimes she is pulling a student by his ear along with her.