Lincoln Memorial University - Grant Lee Hall

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The historic Grant Lee Hall dormitory building at Lincoln Memorial University was once part of a hotel, which caught fire in 1904, killing a woman and her child on the fourth floor. Her ghost has been seen in a red dress, including one day in the 1950s when the building caught fire again. She was witnessed at the fourth-floor window yelling for help. Witnesses also hear footsteps on the stairs, knocks at the doors, and doorknobs turning by themselves.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Sigmon Way
Harrogate, Tennessee
United States

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GPS:
36.58011808677731, -83.66395425800874
County:
Claiborne County, Tennessee
Nearest Towns:
Harrogate, TN (0.4 mi.)
Cumberland Gap, TN (1.4 mi.)
Middlesboro, KY (3.5 mi.)
New Tazewell, TN (10.2 mi.)
Tazewell, TN (10.2 mi.)
Pineville, KY (12.7 mi.)
Ewing, VA (13.5 mi.)
Pathfork, KY (16.4 mi.)
Rose Hill, VA (17.6 mi.)
Flat Lick, KY (18.2 mi.)

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