Jaden Davis is a student at the University of Southern California. He is originally from Smyma, GA, before moving to Los Angeles, CA for college.
“Have you been to the physical education building? Legend has it that if you go into the physical education building and you go all the way down to the bottom floor. There are lights in the hallway but they won’t turn on no matter what. Apparently one time there was an earthquake and 2 kids who happened to be down in the basement. Well the basement kind of caved in and the kids were buried in the rubble. They were presumed dead. But when they were repairing the damages people go down there and clean up the rubble but when the halls finally clear the bodies weren’t there. If you go down in that hallway, you can sometimes hear the sound of them screaming before the rubble fell on them. There’s also a door at the end of that hallway. The door has no handles but it can be opened from the inside. Now, if you go in that hallway on the night that they died which was March 8th, the door might be open and in that door is a bill collector to collect all your tuition. Just kidding there’s no bill collector, but if you walk into the door legend says one of the kids will take over your body and the kid possesses you till midnight. This is why kids wake up and don’t know where they are.”
Q: Where did you hear about this legend?
“One morning me, Eva, and Jack were in the physical education building. Some guy comes up to me and starts telling me this story.”
Q: Had you heard of this legend prior to your visit?
“Well Jack told me the physical education building was creepy, so I assumed there was stuff going on.”
Though I am also a student at the university, I have never heard of the urban legend that the informant mentioned. After doing more research, I couldn’t find any information on the event that inspired the urban legend.