Kansas State University

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Kansas State University’s Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house is rumored to be haunted by a former fraternity brother named Duncan, who died from a hazing accident. And the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority House is said to be haunted by a former house mother who was murdered by the house cook. Legend has it that when chicken nuggets are cooked inside the house, disembodied screams erupt.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1807 Todd Rd
Manhattan, KS
United States

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GPS:
39.1940359, -96.58599700000002
County:
Riley County, Kansas
Nearest Towns:
Manhattan, KS (1.1 mi.)
Ogden, KS (8.6 mi.)
Saint George, KS (8.9 mi.)
Fort Riley North, KS (13.5 mi.)
Riley, KS (15.0 mi.)
Louisville, KS (15.0 mi.)
Wamego, KS (15.1 mi.)
Grandview Plaza, KS (15.8 mi.)
Olsburg, KS (16.4 mi.)
Westmoreland, KS (16.6 mi.)

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