University Chapel - Auburn University

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Originally haunted by a ghost dubbed “Sydney”, the spirit of a Confederate soldier who died there. Sydney reportedly manifested in the 20’s when an acting troupe took over the chapel and he began bedeviling them. Overactive theater students imaginations or evidence of an actual haunting, who knows, but reportedly Sydney followed the acting troupe to their new digs on campus, so either he was really committed to them, or they need to be committed.

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Geographic Information

Address:
E. Thach Ave and S. College St.
Auburn, AL 36830
United States
GPS:
32.6044265, -85.4814237
County:
Lee County, Alabama
Nearest Towns:
Auburn, AL (0.4 mi.)
Loachapoka, AL (6.5 mi.)
Opelika, AL (6.6 mi.)
Waverly, AL (10.7 mi.)
Notasulga, AL (11.5 mi.)
Cusseta, AL (16.1 mi.)
Camp Hill, AL (16.8 mi.)
Tuskegee, AL (17.5 mi.)
Woodland, AL (17.7 mi.)
Reeltown, AL (18.8 mi.)

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