I’ve heard some spin in my day, but this one takes the moldy cake! Remember Moldgate at Pulaski Elementary School in the Christina School District back in the Fall of 2016? They cleaned it all out and everything was back to normal. Right? Not so fast.
Apparently, the mold is back in the basement of Pulaski Elementary. So the school closed it off to students. But they aren’t telling students and parents that. No, they are basing the basement closure on ghosts. The
Hispanic Spanish students won’t go down in the basement because it is haunted. The Pulaski Legend has it the school was built on a burial ground and those spirits are rising up causing mischief in the Pulaski basement. Why these ghosts would confine their activities to a basement when they could just as easily float up to the rest of the school is beyond me. I didn’t see a Paranormal Director on the Christina organizational chart. But they must be pretty smart to be able to confine these spirits to one very specific area at the school that just so happened to be the epicenter of a major mold issue at the school.
I truly wish I was making this up. I wish this wasn’t a real post. I wish administrators were not THIS dumb. But it appears they are. Who you gonna call?
2 thoughts on “The Moldy Ghost Of Pulaski Elementary”
Some years ago I checked with the Division of Public Health about mold in schools after getting complaints. The answer, basically, was that air conditioning is turned off in the summer to save electricity and, as a result, most schools were more-or-less moldy in the Fall. Not really surprising with Delaware’s hot humid summers. My own impression is that poor design and construction standards for schools are also a big part of the problem. Then again, when I was a kid in Delaware schools weren’t air conditioned at all.