Bloomsburg University is believed to be haunted, at least in a few of its buildings. For example, the Harvey A. Andruss Library is reported to have a ghostly man who appears on the fourth floor, asking library visitors to change his diaper. And in the Haas Center, campus legend says a past séance led to a haunting by a deceased dancer called Ned, who sometimes can be heard crying during productions. At the Phi Sigma Sigma House, formerly the Delta Phi Epsilon House, students say a ghost tinkers with the lights, hides objects, shakes beds, laughs out loud and even chokes sleeping residents.
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- 400 E 2nd St
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
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- 41.0085599197702, -76.44924527408875
- Columbia County, Pennsylvania
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