Morton College

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The spirit of Emily, a young girl who was murdered, lingers around this school. The murder took place on nearby Laramie Bridge before the school was built. Security guards have seen Emily on the rooftops at night, and theatergoers have heard her in the theater, especially during violent plays that contain murder scenes.

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Geographic Information

Address:
3801 S Central Ave
Cicero, IL 60804
United States

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GPS:
41.8229622, -87.76291170000002
County:
Cook County, Illinois
Nearest Towns:
Stickney, IL (1.0 mi.)
Cicero, IL (1.6 mi.)
Forest View, IL (1.9 mi.)
Berwyn, IL (2.5 mi.)
Lyons, IL (2.9 mi.)
Riverside, IL (3.2 mi.)
North Riverside, IL (3.4 mi.)
Summit, IL (3.4 mi.)
Oak Park, IL (4.4 mi.)
McCook, IL (4.6 mi.)

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