St. Joseph of the Lakes Catholic Church

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St. Joesph’s Catholic Church, formerly a Catholic school, is home to a ghost nun. Her apparition has been seen around the church and has been blamed for slamming doors, playing the piano, knocking a Bible off a shelf, and footsteps.

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Geographic Information

Address:
171 Elm St
Lino Lakes, MN 55014
United States

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GPS:
45.1689894, -93.1338604
County:
Anoka County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Circle Pines, MN (1.7 mi.)
Lino Lakes, MN (2.3 mi.)
Lexington, MN (2.3 mi.)
Centerville, MN (3.8 mi.)
Blaine, MN (5.0 mi.)
North Oaks, MN (5.3 mi.)
Mounds View, MN (5.7 mi.)
Shoreview, MN (6.2 mi.)
Spring Lake Park, MN (6.6 mi.)
Hugo, MN (6.9 mi.)

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  1. I go to the school next it it’s called centennial middle school and I hear and there’s weird stuff going on and me and my friend is doing research and trying to experience and I did see a ghost in the grave yard when I ran past it for gym and there’s a ghost at our school named Mr.Ed he died a long time ago and I’ve seen stuff happening!!!

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