White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – Voice That Beckons 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 Voice That Beckons Me ghost story. In order to find this one we will need to search the lockers

The Voice That Beckons Me ghost story relates to the The Woman Who Hanged Herself


LOCATION: Main Building 1 – 2F (Classroom 2-8)
GUIDE: This one should be another simple and easy to find ghost story document for us to collect. Unlike many other ghost story documents, this one does not require you to solve any puzzles or riddles, or even collect anything else that requires a lot of running around.

Just simply head to classroom 2-8 and you will find it inside the lockers.


“A” and “B” were very close classmates. “A” always took care of “B” who was very fragile.

“B” was always thankful to “A” for that. Without “A,” “B” knew it would be impossible to have a normal school life. To “B,” “A” was the most important person in the world.

Then one day, there was an accident at the school. There was a fire in the old school building and unfortunately “B” was inside.

“B” could not escape and died in the fire.

“A” was deeply saddened by “B”’s death.

She could almost hear “B” screaming out “A”’s name, begging to be saved.

In the imagination of “A,” the desperate voice calling for help from “B” slowly filled with resentment. “A” felt very sad and thought that “B”’s death was her fault.

After that, “A” did not step outside her room. “A”’s mind was full of thoughts about “B”. Even while asleep, “B” would appear in the dream of “A,” resenting “A” for not being there to save “B.” Being awake was no different. The voice of “B” always followed “A.”

“A” knew it must be an auditory hallucination created by her sadness and guilt. But “A” was in agony nonetheless. “A” began to lose weight day by day, suffering from the pain and guilt.

Then one night “A” quietly snuck out of her home to visit the school. “A” passed the bench in the school field where they always sat and chatted with each other, and arrived at the sport where “B” died. “A” heard the resentful voice of “B” even there.

“A” thought it was time to end her agony. To escape the sadness and guilt of losing a friend she loved, “A” chose suicide. “A” thought that going to where “B” was now would be the only way to escape from the haunting voice of “B”.

“A” chose to hang herself.

The pain was so great that “A” couldn’t breathe, until her sight slowly faded away.

As if coming to greet “A,” the face of “B” appeared faintly in front of her. The face of “B,” glowing with a hazy blue light, was smiling brightly. “B”’s face came closer and whispered to “A”.

“Thanks. I needed you to die so I can live again.”

“A” struggled to breathe, to save herself from her fate. The voice that just whispered was the voice of “B,” the same voice that had been following “A” ever since “B” died. “A” wasn’t hearing things, the voice was real.


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