Old Saint Mary Hospital was built in 1907, which is no longer a hospital, is said to be haunted by two spirits from its hospital days. One is a night nurse who fell to her death down an elevator shaft, seen carrying a tray and a candle on the first floor, and an elderly patient named George who fell between his bed and the wall and died. His apparition is not frail as the man was when he stayed here, but energetic and playful. He makes a racket in the third-floor halls, tinkers with lights, and locks and unlocks windows and doors. George also is known for fixing clocks and for repairing the electricity after an ice storm to only this building, not the rest of the neighborhood, so he could watch Star Trek.
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- 1100 Fremont Street
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- 39.183641, -96.57326260000002
- Riley County, Kansas
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