Colorado Springs - Roy J. Wasson High School auditorium

by Nikkole
(colorado springs colorado)

back when the school was first built there was a theater teacher named Homer. he got fed up with his students and hung himself in the auditorium. he is a friendly ghost. there is a throne like chair in the upper level of the auditorium that he used to sit in no one moves it but whenever some ore is performing in the auditorium the chair mysteriously moves from the top of the upper level to the bottom of the upper level. whenever there is a performance to go on in the auditorium two days before the performance none of the lighting and sound equipment seems to work. and the day of the performance every thing works. rumor has it if you are new to the stage you have to say hello to homer on the stage by yourself or he will play pranks on you for the rest of the time that you are ever in that auditorium or until you make it up to him. i have experienced him doing this to me and one of my friends we didn't believe anyone who warned us about him playing pranks on us. so when we got into theater class and went into the theater to get supplies from the prop closed on the other side of the auditorium, the keys got snatched out my hands and put on a hook over the cat walk.. this was his way of punishing me for not saying hi to him when we walked into the auditorium..




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Colorado Springs - Roy J. Wasson High School auditorium NEW
by: Anonymous

"I keep in mind sitting during this same area twenty years agone. assignment expert ..we did things otherwise. There was rigor, challenge, and a want to attain at no matter prices. Currently I check up on my very own female offspring and her friends and see one thing totally different. There’s a spotlight on modification for change's sake - out with the recent, and in with the new. You’ll see it within the preposterously colored seats you're sitting on currently...all flash, and no substance. Once upon a time we have a tendency to had substance...fundamentals in our syllabus as rock solid because the cold steel-colored chairs that came before. We have a tendency to be tasked to attain, not tasked to distraction.

Aug 17, 2013
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by: Arlene

I was a student at Wasson fairly recently. I graduated from there in 2010 and I have had my fair shares of ghostly experiences in the auditorium since I was in the acting classes there and also was a techie. However there is no chair that moves but he has been since sitting in the upper level during shows when the gates are closed and locked. He does play pranks but he doesnt need you to say hi thats a myth and he died in the parking lot of a heart attack he was so close to the auditorium it became his home. I think he's still there and might be more pissed that the school is now closed.

Mar 04, 2013
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The Real Homer NEW
by: David M

I was a theater student at Wasson High School in the late 1960's and Homer Paris was my drama teacher and play director. Homer was a great director, but was very moody and strange (I believe now he may have been Bi-polar). He had been the drama teacher at Colorado Springs High School (now Palmer High School)until Wasson was built in 1959. Homer designed the theater at Wasson, so it was a great source of pride for him. He became too weird in the early 1970's and the administration took away his keys to the auditorium and re-assigned him to teaching English classes. He was quite hurt by this as theater was his life. In my opinion,if anyone has the ability to come back as a ghost it would be Homer and no doubt he would choose the theater at Wasson as his haunting grounds. In is NOT true that he committed suidide in the theater. Homer died in an accident at his home in the mid 70's.

Mar 04, 2013
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The Real Homer NEW
by: David M

I was a theater student at Wasson High School in the late 1960's and Homer Paris was my drama teacher and play director. Homer was a great director, but was very moody and strange (I believe now he may have been Bi-polar). He had been the drama teacher at Colorado Springs High School (now Palmer High School)until Wasson was built in 1959. Homer designed the theater at Wasson, so it was a great source of pride for him. He became too weird in the early 1970's and the administration took away his keys to the auditorium and re-assigned him to teaching English classes. He was quite hurt by this as theater was his life. In my opinion,if anyone has the ability to come back as a ghost it would be Homer and no doubt he would choose the theater at Wasson as his haunting grounds. In is NOT true that he committed suidide in the theater. Homer died in an accident at his home in the mid 70's.

Mar 04, 2013
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The Real Homer NEW
by: David M

I was a theater student at Wasson High School in the late 1960's and Homer Paris was my drama teacher and play director. Homer was a great director, but was very moody and strange (I believe now he may have been Bi-polar). He had been the drama teacher at Colorado Springs High School (now Palmer High School)until Wasson was built in 1959. Homer designed the theater at Wasson, so it was a great source of pride for him. He became too weird in the early 1970's and the administration took away his keys to the auditorium and re-assigned him to teaching English classes. He was quite hurt by this as theater was his life. In my opinion,if anyone has the ability to come back as a ghost it would be Homer and no doubt he would choose the theater at Wasson as his haunting grounds. In is NOT true that he committed suidide in the theater. Homer died in an accident at his home in the mid 70's.

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