University of Minnesota - McCall Hall

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The University of Minnesota’s McCall Hall, built in 1946, is alleged to be home to spirits who have been heard laughing and stomping their feet in the halls. Doors open or close on their own, often followed by an apparition of an unknown girl. Strange sounds have been reported here as well.

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Geographic Information

2900 University Ave
Crookston, MN
United States

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47.8011698, -96.60689489999999
Polk County, Minnesota
Nearest Towns:
Crookston, MN (1.9 mi.)
Fisher, MN (9.0 mi.)
Red Lake Falls, MN (16.4 mi.)
Climax, MN (16.6 mi.)
Beltrami, MN (18.2 mi.)
Nielsville, MN (21.2 mi.)
East Grand Forks, MN (21.3 mi.)
Grand Forks, ND (21.5 mi.)
Mentor, MN (22.8 mi.)
Saint Hilaire, MN (23.4 mi.)


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