This is the infamous Ellerbe Road School, whose original name is George Washington Carver School.  It is supposedly haunted, and
is located far down Ellerbe Road.  The school started out as a school for black children in the southern part of Caddo Parish.  It
was later integrated, although due to poor attendance, was closed down.  The school remained closed until is was purchased by
Baptist Tabernacle, which moved its Baptist Christian College there.  The college faced many problems including financial and
accreditation problems.  Baptist Tabernacle eventually moved out of this facility, and the school has been vacant ever since.  Along
with abandonment, there are several rumors, there are several rumors that plague the school.  The most famous may be of the fire
that occurred while the school was still open, killing some of the students there.  It is also said that one of the janitors molested
some of the students and that one day the janitor and some of the children went missing.  There is also a water tower on the
property and those that are brave enough to climb the rusted ladder can look into the top of the tower and see their reflection on the
day that they die.  Another legend says that there are a high priest and priestess that practiced black magic buried near the water
tower.  The school is also rumored to have been a Civil War battleground.  
Update April 2009:  After hearing that Ellerbe had grown up quite a bit, I decided to see for myself.  The stories were true.  Maybe
because it's spring time, or the school has just been in neglect for so long, but as you will see from the pictures, Mother Nature is
beginning to take the school back
A SPECIAL THANKS TO DAVE, KYLE,
"STAR ISLAND", DEBBIE AND EVERYONE
ELSE FOR THE PICTURES AND INFO
Ellerbe Road School on Wikipedia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellerbe_Road_School