Cedar Crest College

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Cedar Crest College, a woman’s Christian college founded in 1867, is said to be haunted by a pregnant student named Wanda who hanged herself in 1956 in a stairwell of Butz Hall. She manifests as a young woman or a little girl walking in the halls or in reflective surfaces, and has been seen by both students and employees.

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Geographic Information

Address:
100 College Dr
Allentown, PA 18104
United States

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GPS:
40.5862612, -75.5191992
County:
Lehigh County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Dorneyville, PA (0.8 mi.)
Allentown, PA (2.2 mi.)
Wescosville, PA (2.2 mi.)
Emmaus, PA (3.4 mi.)
Fullerton, PA (4.0 mi.)
Ancient Oaks, PA (4.6 mi.)
Macungie, PA (5.2 mi.)
Trexlertown, PA (5.3 mi.)
Catasauqua, PA (5.3 mi.)
Hokendauqua, PA (5.4 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.cedarcrest.edu

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