Keuka College - Ball Hall

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Ball Hall at Keuka College is rumored to be a hot spot for the spirit set. George Harvey Ball himself, the college’s founder and original president, is the one believed to be doing the haunting. Witnesses say TV’s turn off by themselves, beds move, and a ghostly woman’s voice has been heard. In Room 423, some have noticed a feeling that they were being watched. The smell of cologne and objects that had obviously been moved add to the mystery.

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Geographic Information

Address:
141 Central Ave
Keuka Park, NY 14478
United States

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GPS:
42.61520240815728, -77.09053462745942
County:
Yates County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Keuka Park, NY (0.1 mi.)
Penn Yan, NY (3.7 mi.)
Dresden, NY (8.3 mi.)
Dundee, NY (8.6 mi.)
Sylvan Beach, NY (10.4 mi.)
Prattsburgh, NY (11.9 mi.)
Rushville, NY (12.2 mi.)
Hall, NY (12.4 mi.)
Gorham, NY (12.9 mi.)
Lodi, NY (13.6 mi.)

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