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Michigan State University reportedly has an abundance of haunted sites, including the University Garden, the Physical Plant, Williams Hall, and Mayo Hall, where the ghost of namesake May Mayo plays a piano and the Red Room is rumored to have been the setting for past Satanist rituals. Also said to be haunted are Holmes Hall, where a ghost is believed to tinker with the elevator, and Fairchild Auditorium, where a small ghost boy is said to reside. Hubbard Hall has lights that go on and off along with running footsteps and spooky laughter, and Mason Hall’s basement sports the ghost of an elderly man. Rumor has it that he suffocated here in 1975.

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Geographic Information

Address:
220 Trowbridge Rd
East Lansing, MI 48824
United States

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GPS:
42.73473643572944, -84.48609423641756
County:
Ingham County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
East Lansing, MI (0.2 mi.)
Okemos, MI (3.1 mi.)
Lansing, MI (3.5 mi.)
Haslett, MI (4.4 mi.)
Edgemont Park, MI (5.5 mi.)
Bath, MI (6.1 mi.)
Holt, MI (6.7 mi.)
Waverly, MI (6.8 mi.)
DeWitt, MI (8.5 mi.)
Dimondale, MI (10.3 mi.)

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