Ambrose Hall

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At this hall in St. Ambrose University, witnesses have reported hearing strange noises and footsteps late at night. They have also seen flickering lights. Some attribute the occurrences to the spirit of an old priest who died many years ago.

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Geographic Information

518 W. Locust Street
Davenport, Iowa
United States

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41.538891882762194, -90.58088067619627
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  1. Samantha Slutts  |  

    I actually attend St. Ambrose where ambrose hall is. There have been three deaths. One a priest who died. Another a former student who hung himself on the fourth floor. A more recent death happening this year from a girl who had a heart attack in the building. I work in the building on the fourth floor at night you can hear crying and voices.

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