White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – Find My Body For Me (Ghost Stories) Location Guide

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One of the many collectibles that players can find within White Day: A Labyrinth Named School are the Ghost Stories.

Ghost Stories are note type collectibles that mention past events regarding the school. They also come as part of the Occult Club President trophy achievement.

One of these Ghost Stories is the Find My Body For Me ghost story. In order to find this one we will need to search the window ledge.

The Find My Body For Me ghost story relates to the Haunted Head ghost spirit


LOCATION: Main Building 2 – 3F
GUIDE: Head to the 3F hallway and just by the windows, opposite the Music Room, is where we will find our document. It is on the window ledge.


The weather was so hot that it made it hard to breathe and the cicadas would not stop chirping. The foreman in charge of construction to connect the New Building to the Old found everything irritating.

In his opinion, it was a pointless project but he wasn’t going to complain since it was paid work.

The sun blazed even hotter after lunch and heat waves rose off the asphalt.

The workers protested that it was too hot to work.

The foreman was both jealous and spiteful of the brash attitude of the workers.

However, he agreed it was too hot to work.

The foreman ordered his workers to take a break. No progress was being made anyways and if a worker happened to get heatstroke, it would just make matters worse. Everyone found a spot in the shade and slept soundly.

Then something happened while everyone was deep in sleep.

A loud cracking sound echoed around campus. It sounded like the scaffolding had crashed through the safety net.

Still drowsy from their nap, the workers paid no attention to it, and went back to sleep.

It was a different matter for the foreman. If there was indeed a problem with the safety net, it would be his responsibility. He yelled at his workers to check out the safety net but they pretended like they didn’t hear him.

Deeply annoyed, the foreman realized that he had to check it out himself.

The workers, who were debating whether to get up or not, were glad that the foreman had left without them.

Suddenly, the foreman yelled and then was cut off, leaving an eerie silence. The workers jumped up and rushed to the foreman.

The foreman was frozen in shock, staring at a terrible sight.

Where the scaffolding had fallen through the safety net, was the dead body of a woman.

The woman’s corpse had no head.

The foreman and the workers instantly recognized the dead woman as someone who worked in a local restaurant. From the chopped stump of her neck, dark red blood was spewing out, soaking into the ground.

The foreman and the workers kept their mouths shut and moved quickly. It was the first time they had worked together so harmoniously.

Despite searching everywhere, they could not find the missing head. In the end, they buried the body in cement and sent it to a waste facility. It seemed like they did a perfect job covering up what had happened.

No one would ever know what had happened aside from themselves. For some reason though, strange accidents kept on happening after the incident. Workers were injured much more frequently than before. This slowed progress on construction, and a rumor spread among the workers that there was a ghost at the site.

The foreman fumed with anger and ordered his men to keep their mouths shut.

Then, a pulley fell from the 4th floor and crushed a worker to death. While his body had been mangled by the pulley, his head was strangely unharmed.

The foreman became terrified and decided to turn himself in to the police.

Even then, rumors persisted that a floating head could sometimes be seen. Eventually, the construction work was completed despite the slow progress.

When the school reopened after summer break, they were shocked to find the woman’s head in the garden.

They say that the head looked as if it had just been cut off of the body, despite the fact that it had been out in the heat of the summer for weeks.


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