Jayhawk Tower

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The Jayhawk Tower was originally the “Hotel Jayhawk,” built in the 1930s. It has since become a popular stop along local ghost hunting tours. The ghost stories are so well known that the Jayhawk Tower even hosted the performance of a play dedicated to claims of paranormal activity experienced within the building.

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Geographic Information

Address:
700 SW Jackson St
Topeka, KS 66603
United States

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GPS:
39.050391, -95.67504509999998
County:
Shawnee County, Kansas
Nearest Towns:
Topeka, KS (0.2 mi.)
Grantville, KS (6.5 mi.)
Silver Lake, KS (10.5 mi.)
Meriden, KS (11.1 mi.)
Wakarusa, KS (11.4 mi.)
Auburn, KS (12.5 mi.)
Hoyt, KS (13.7 mi.)
Willard, KS (14.6 mi.)
Lecompton, KS (15.0 mi.)
Perry, KS (15.2 mi.)

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  1. We got an EVP there and it said my name, “Not Vicky”! Like someone was going to do something to me. One of our investigators was also over come and had to leave early… Love this place!

    • How dose a paranormal team get i, touch with the person who owns it I am owner of 2bros paranormal in salina is we would like too do it if u can email me the hotels contact info that would be great my email is barkley245@gmail.com thanks

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