Randolph-Macon College

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At Randolph-Macon College, three places are rumored to be haunted. At Mary Branch, a girls’ dorm, at least two ghosts are said to reside. Doors open and close by themselves, and objects are moved or disappear. In the SAE Fraternity House, witnesses have described strange noises and apparitions of soldiers from the waist up, thought to be walking on the former floor (which was much lower). And at Wash Frank Hall, the apparition of a man dressed in period clothing was seen.

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204 Henry St
Ashland, VA 23005
United States

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37.7607167, -77.4771379
Hanover County, Virginia
Nearest Towns:
Ashland, VA (0.2 mi.)
Hanover, VA (5.9 mi.)
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