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School’s Ghost Found to be Steve Harvey, not Alana

The Spectral Steve has been scaring students

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A Steve Harvey sighting

A Steve Harvey sighting

A Steve Harvey sighting

Andrew Davis and Caleb VanArragon

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For many years, Blaine High School has been rumored to be haunted by a ghost by the name of Alana, a girl who reportedly went to the school before dying and haunting it.  Tales have been spread about sightings of her around the school.

However, a spectral Steve Harvey has been spotted recently asking students if they’d like to play Family Feud, leading many to believe that he, not Alana, may be the ghost haunting our school.

The sightings started on January 22, when students in Mr. Overgaard’s fourth hour Physical Science class reported that they saw Steve Harvey, shimmering enigmatically, float into the classroom through the closed door.  He then announced, “Welcome back to the Family Feud!” and began splitting the classroom into two families and forcing them to nominate someone to play first.  “It was scary,” said Daniel Jones, a student in that class.  “The way the light was reflecting off of his iridescent head was really threatening.”

Then, on February 3, members of Mr. Barnette’s first hour US History class claimed that Steve Harvey floated into the classroom and began hosting their Kahoot review for a test.  Eyewitnesses from Mr. Barnette’s class gave descriptions of the apparition Steve Harvey similar to those of Mr. Overgaard’s class.

Our phantasm Steve Harvey also seems to have a propensity for scaring people walking alone in the hallways.  Abigail Miller, a Blaine sophomore, told us in an interview that she was walking around the math classrooms well before school started on February 12.  She rounded a corner and was startled to find Steve Harvey a mere two feet front of her, grinning broadly and yelling, “Who wants to play Family Feud?”  She didn’t get a good look at Steve, as she immediately turned and sprinted away as fast as she could, but she did notice that he looked “see-through.”  Bill Rodgers, another Blaine student, tweeted February 18, “Weird.  Steve Harvey is following me.  Wants me to play Family Feud.  He looks kinda transparent though.”  We were unable to get an interview with Bill or Steve.

Oh man! I have to apologize.  Blaine High School’s ghost is Miss Philippines, not Steve Harvey.

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