Phi Delta Theta House

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The Phi Delt House on Whitman has been haunted for years by the ghost of the “Blue Man.” He is believed to be a former house member. All sightings have happened in or near the 2nd floor bedroom on the south end of the house. The Blue Man is generally known to be non-threatening.

(Submitted by Christopher P)

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Geographic Information

Address:
715 Estrella St
Walla Walla, WA
United States

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GPS:
46.07393800000001, -118.32720799999998
County:
Walla Walla County, Washington
Nearest Towns:
Walla Walla, WA (1.0 mi.)
Walla Walla East, WA (1.9 mi.)
College Place, WA (3.4 mi.)
Garrett, WA (3.9 mi.)
Dixie, WA (9.4 mi.)
Milton-Freewater, OR (10.2 mi.)
Umapine, OR (10.5 mi.)
Prescott, WA (15.6 mi.)
Waitsburg, WA (15.9 mi.)
Touchet, WA (16.7 mi.)

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