Palm Beach Atlantic University Library

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The University’s Library, built many years ago, is claimed to be haunted by an old janitor. He worked there for many years, and then mysteriously disappeared. He is claimed to be heard rummaging through the old janitor’s closet that has been locked up ever since the day of his odd disappearance.

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Geographic Information

901 S Flagler Dr.
West Palm Beach, FL
United States

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26.70426630763708, -80.05254453433736
Palm Beach County, Florida
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