St. Cloud Times

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At the St. Cloud Times newspaper office, staff have been visited by an apparition of a man in the basement. He sometimes wears a printer’s shirt and other times a white shirt and bow tie. The ghost has been known to tinker with the electricity and play banjo music from beyond.

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Geographic Information

Address:
3000 7th St N
St Cloud, MN 56303
United States

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GPS:
45.56338026482685, -94.19490782831116
County:
Stearns County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Waite Park, MN (1.5 mi.)
Saint Cloud, MN (1.6 mi.)
Sauk Rapids, MN (2.4 mi.)
Sartell, MN (4.1 mi.)
Saint Joseph, MN (6.0 mi.)
Saint Augusta, MN (6.2 mi.)
Pleasant Lake, MN (6.3 mi.)
Saint Augusta, MN (7.3 mi.)
Collegeville, MN (8.4 mi.)
Rockville, MN (9.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.sctimes.com/

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