Old Barlowe Street School

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The pre-1900 Old Barlowe Street School was more recently used for the St. Albans Haunted House Halloween Event from 1979 to 1989. But the Halloween event may have had some real haunts. Legend has it that in the 1920s, a school janitor died from a heart attack in the girls’ restroom and his spirit may still remain in the building. Witnesses have described an apparition that appeared in a south wing upstairs window, and that very window never stays closed, even when nailed shut. Cold spots, footsteps, eerie sensations and voices also have been described here.

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Geographic Information

Address:
39 Barlowe St
St Albans, VT
United States

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GPS:
44.805029, -73.07788800000003
County:
Franklin County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Saint Albans, VT (0.5 mi.)
Swanton, VT (8.1 mi.)
North Hero, VT (10.4 mi.)
Milton, VT (11.5 mi.)
West Milton, VT (12.9 mi.)
Cambridge, VT (14.9 mi.)
Enosburg Falls, VT (15.0 mi.)
Alburg, VT (16.0 mi.)
Jeffersonville, VT (16.5 mi.)
Cumberland Head, NY (17.1 mi.)

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  1. I went to the bathroom outside while at my sisters softball game. The door wasn’t locked and me and my brother couldn’t get out. We tried so hard to get out, and the door wouldn’t budge. It was the bathroom near the playground.

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