Illinois State University - Atkin-Colby Hall

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Atkin-Colby Hall at Illinois State University is rumored to be haunted on its 11th floor. One witness claims to have been pushed down the stairs by the ghost. Also described by witnesses are doors opening, whispers, strange noises, and an overwhelming feeling of discomfort and that you are not wanted there.

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Geographic Information

535 Dale St
Normal, IL
United States

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40.50595647252734, -88.9941418469607
McLean County, Illinois
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