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Minnesota State University Mankato is said to have a ghost who rings buzzers and another who steals toilet paper in the Crawford Dorm. And in the Crawford-McElroy Complex, there is a ghost stuck in the 1960s who goes on panty raids.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Maywood Ave
Mankato, MN
United States

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GPS:
44.1473352, -93.9977073
County:
Blue Earth County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Mankato, MN (1.1 mi.)
Skyline, MN (1.7 mi.)
North Mankato, MN (2.5 mi.)
Eagle Lake, MN (5.9 mi.)
Saint Clair, MN (8.3 mi.)
Madison Lake, MN (9.9 mi.)
Kasota, MN (10.2 mi.)
Good Thunder, MN (10.4 mi.)
Garden City, MN (10.8 mi.)
Lake Crystal, MN (11.3 mi.)

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  1. I lived in McElroy and my girlfriend in Crawford for the entire schools years of 2002 & 2003 … absolutely zero paranormal activity. I wish I could confirm it, but no. Not a smidgen witnessed by me or anyone I knew. Also, rings what buzzers?

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