SUNY Fredonia - Igoe Hall

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SUNY Fredonia State College’s Igoe Hall is said to be haunted by a former student named Jimmy Igoe, the hall’s namesake, who drowned in Lake Erie on a fishing trip. He is said to slam doors, change TV channels, and tinker with lights, water faucets, and the elevators. The hall was built after Jimmy’s death, and students petitioned to have the hall named in his memory.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Ring Rd and Park Dr
Fredonia, NY
United States

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GPS:
42.45097212548734, -79.34300386914401
County:
Chautauqua County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Fredonia, NY (0.9 mi.)
Dunkirk, NY (2.0 mi.)
Brocton, NY (6.6 mi.)
Cassadaga, NY (7.6 mi.)
Forestville, NY (8.5 mi.)
Silver Creek, NY (11.1 mi.)
Sunset Bay, NY (13.2 mi.)
Sinclairville, NY (13.6 mi.)
Westfield, NY (14.9 mi.)
South Dayton, NY (15.8 mi.)

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  1. I was a student and Fredonia from 1979 to 1983. I stayed in Igoe Hall for my first 2 years on campus. I never experienced anything as those described. But I had dorm mates that did. So, is it haunted? Personally, I don’t think so. But if you ask some of my classmates, you’d get a different answer.

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