Created By: Hong Kong Baptist University
St. Luke's Co-educational College was founded in the 1950s. Its principal, Li Fu-chu, was a member of one of Hong Kong's four great families. In the 1980s, due to difficulties in recruiting students, the quality of students declined, and the school closed in 1989.
The British government ran schools in the colonies, usually only a small number of government secondary schools, and then encouraged local schools to open various types of schools, with government subsidies. When there is a shortage of places, it is necessary to buy places from private institutions to meet short-term teaching needs. St. Luke's Co-educational College has a sports field on the roof, which is one of the better facilities. In addition, St. Luke's Co-educational College also reflects the Westernization of the name of the school, which is more attractive to students if it has a religious background. In 1988, St. Lucie's College was merged and acquired together with Nam Koo Terrace as part of a comprehensive development area.
A long time ago, in the Japanese occupation period, the school was used as a prison for comfort women, and many women were miserably killed, so often rumors in more neighborhoods claimed that there was a headless ghost walking around the school. There were also many people outside in the evening who heard the campus throng, and there appeared to be a large number of people who were convivial.
The academy has been empty since the late 1980s, and rumors of a ghost emerged after the school suddenly banned teachers and students from the playground for one year without explaining why. More than 10 years ago, after a woman hanged herself by the neck nearby, rumors spread that a ghost had appeared. From time to time, unknown voices were heard, and some people pointed out that the lights in the schoolhouse were suddenly dark and bright, and they had witnessed a headless female ghost.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Supernatural Tour: Hong Kong District VS Japanese Occupation Period
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