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The ghost of a music professor is said to show up in the music hall as an apparition or an orb. He also is said to turn lights on and off. Also, the Altman Hall is said to be haunted by namesake Clara Altman, who is said to act as a guardian angel for the students who live there.

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710 Turner Ave
Hastings, NE 68901
United States

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40.59231580297323, -98.3719804547394
Adams County, Nebraska
Nearest Towns:
Hastings, NE (1.0 mi.)
Juniata, NE (7.0 mi.)
Trumbull, NE (7.9 mi.)
Glenvil, NE (8.7 mi.)
Ayr, NE (11.3 mi.)
Doniphan, NE (12.4 mi.)
Prosser, NE (12.6 mi.)
Roseland, NE (13.0 mi.)
Harvard, NE (14.5 mi.)
Kenesaw, NE (15.1 mi.)

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