Morrison Masonic Lodge

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The ghosts of Civil War soldiers have been spotted at this Lodge building, and witnesses also have reported unexplained footsteps and knocking and objects that move by themselves. The alarm goes off when no one is in the building, and ghosts have shown up in photos and have been heard in EVPs. Legend has it that a ghostly presence here once saved a Lodge member when he feel ill and fainted while he was here alone.

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Geographic Information

Address:
125 N. Mulberry Street
Elizabethtown, Kentucky
United States

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GPS:
37.6947746, -85.85842589999999
County:
Hardin County, Kentucky
Nearest Towns:
Elizabethtown, KY (0.1 mi.)
Cecilia, KY (5.7 mi.)
Vine Grove, KY (10.4 mi.)
Hodgenville, KY (10.6 mi.)
Radcliff, KY (11.2 mi.)
Lebanon Junction, KY (11.9 mi.)
Sonora, KY (11.9 mi.)
Boston, KY (12.0 mi.)
Fort Knox, KY (14.7 mi.)
New Haven, KY (14.8 mi.)

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