Camden County College - Jefferson Hall

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Jefferson Hall at Camden County College (founded in 1967 as a Roman Catholic seminary) is the center of a ghostly legend. A monk allegedly hanged himself on the third floor and now manifests as a shadowy figure in the night. Witnesses say doors slam by themselves, lights flicker, and weird noises come from the area as well.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Jefferson Dr
Blackwood, NJ
United States

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GPS:
39.78549809886528, -75.04056268928252
County:
Camden County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Turnersville, NJ (1.0 mi.)
Blackwood, NJ (1.7 mi.)
Pine Hill, NJ (2.6 mi.)
Laurel Springs, NJ (3.0 mi.)
Stratford, NJ (3.1 mi.)
Pine Valley, NJ (3.5 mi.)
Lindenwold, NJ (3.5 mi.)
Clementon, NJ (3.5 mi.)
Hi-Nella, NJ (3.6 mi.)
Glendora, NJ (4.1 mi.)

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