Moorhead State University - Weld Hall

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Moorhead State University’s Weld Hall has a legend or two that explain its ghost. Depending on whom you hear the story from, either a construction worker, a janitor, or a maintenance man fell to his death off of a roof, a ladder, or a spiral staircase. His apparition has been seen on the stage or in the building, floating, as it has no legs (perhaps this is because both were broken in the fall).

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Geographic Information

Address:
1201 6th Ave S
Moorhead, MN 56563
United States

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GPS:
46.8682266, -96.7612762
County:
Clay County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Moorhead, MN (0.5 mi.)
Fargo, ND (1.5 mi.)
Dilworth, MN (2.8 mi.)
Oakport, MN (4.5 mi.)
Prairie Rose, ND (5.0 mi.)
Frontier, ND (5.8 mi.)
Briarwood, ND (5.9 mi.)
North River, ND (6.0 mi.)
Reiles Acres, ND (6.2 mi.)
West Fargo, ND (6.6 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.mnstate.edu/

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