“So, at my high school a small little high school I the central valley here in California, um, in drama, drama club, we believe, well I dont believe, but a lot of people believe that theres a ghost that lives in the, uh, the performing arts building. And his name is Charlie. Yeah, and, people have, Ive never personally never had an experience with Charlie in the performing arts building, but a lot of people say that if theyre in the room by themselves if they get there early and its really dark, um you know, or they hear noises they think that Charlie is doing something backstage or is somewhere, uh. Yeah theres a storage area underneath the seats its like, the seats are elevated. So underneath theres, we store a lot of things in there. Uh, people swear that he, moves chairs and, or props and stuff for the scene around. Some people think, I dont think, I havent heard anyone say hes important, or that hes a historical figure. Um, I dont know, girls for some reason like to think that hes younger. Guys like to think that hes older. ”
The informant doesn’t know why why the particualr name “Charlie” was given to the ghost and is not sure how long the legend of the ghost had been around. He heard about the ghost when he was a freshman from a group of senior girls. Girls may find the ghost of a young man lurking about the empty stage as exciting, and so encourage the idea that Charlie is a young male ghost. Boys, on the other hand, may not find the same idea as appealing and rather, think of the ghost as an older man.