Daemen College

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Curtis Hall at Daemen College is believed to be haunted by two brothers who lived in a home on the premises before the hall was built. Rumor has it that these two brothers both hanged themselves after an argument, on opposite sides of the home.

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4380 Main St
Amherst, NY 14226
United States

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42.96458066752987, -78.79112970827919
Erie County, New York
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  1. You’ve got it wrong. I graduated from Daemen College and Curtis Hall, which was called Alverno Hall when I was a student there, is the former Waite Mansion. The brothers didn’t hang themselves before the hall was built, the hall is the mansion where they lived, and only one of the brothers committed suicide, not both.

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