When the URI campus was first built, Mid Rivers Mall Drive was also being constructed. The road
project was halted temporarily when remains of Indian occupation were found. Rumor has it that there is a native burial
ground near this location.
It makes sense there would have been some sort of indigenous settlement at or near the campus location, given
the fact that it lies at a large bend of the Dardenne River (as it was once called) --an important waterway for this region.
The URI campus is also conveniently located relative to other major waterways and major trailS.
During the original construction of the URI campus, college officials found numerous Indian artifacts
on site. Many of these are apparently in the possession of the college presently. My understanding is that these
are mostly arrowheads and pot shards. Note that beginning in 2003, our archeology students have found remains of such
settlements north of the campus.
Some theorize that our campus activities disturb the rest of the ancients and therefore explain some of the
The girl above was a foreign exchange student from Japan. She commited suicide after elegibly being taunter
by spirits. She reported these apparations, but no one would listen. People thought she was crazy because she became paranoid.
She barely ate and hardly socialized. She left a diary where she explained the occurences. Paranormal Investigators claim
that there was paranormal activities involved because the diary contained encoded wording used in the early 2nd century by
Lucriase, a founder of anti-christianism who worshiped Lucifer.
The legend has it that if you stare at her in the eyes for more than five minutes, you start getting
WARNING: I DO NOT RECOMMEND IT. BUT YOU MAY TRY IT AT YOUR OWN RISK. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING
THAT MIGHT HAPPEN TO YOU.