More spooky tales from the University Archives!
Now that you’ve had time to make a midnight trip to the McNamee cemetery, let’s move on to something that might hit a little closer to home. Our haunting tales this week arise from the homes of a number of our Greek chapters at UMD.
Let’s start with the victim of a grisly murder. Kappa Delta house is allegedly haunted by the spirit of Alma Preinkert. Miss Preinkert was a beloved figure at the university and the founder of the Kappa Delta sorority. She is also the namesake for Preinkert Field House on the south side of the campus.
Miss Preinkert served as campus registrar from 1919 until she met her untimely end in 1954. One night she was at home in Washington, DC, asleep in her bed, when she awoke to find an intruder in her house. She apparently tried to stop the man from ransacking her home…
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