Paranormal Case of Margaret Schilling

Margaret Schilling, Athens OhioMargaret Schilling was a patient at the Athens Insane Asylum, simply known as the Athens Mental Health and Retardation Center in Ohio. On Dec.1, 1978, Margaret Schilling disappeared from one of the active wards. On Jan.12, 1979, 42 days later, they found her lifeless body in the abandoned top floor of ward N. 20. The ward at the time, abandoned and closed down for years, was used for sick, infectious patients. A search was done when the women went missing, but apparently the only floor not checked was ward N. 20.

Stain on the FloorA maintenance man found her body, lifeless, cold, and unclothed; she had been dead for several weeks. The official cause of death was heart failure, but why still remains a mystery. A stain in the shape of a human figure can still be seen on the floor where she died. It is said that her spirit can be seen peering from the window of the room in which she spent her final moments.
Margaret Schilling StainPeople have also said to hear disembodied female voices, lights, shadow people and the sound of squeaking gurneys.
Those who still worked in Athens Lunatic Asylum, say that they can still sense her presence. They see her walking around the halls sometimes. Some reported seeing random scrawls appear on the wall, one of which contained the message "I was never crazy."


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