Bellevue Hall

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This home in the Bellevue State Park is reportedly home to several spirits. Staff says the second and third floors, which are closed to the public, are especially haunted. Here, spirits tinker with the electricity, move chairs, and can be heard laughing and screaming.

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720 Carr Rd.
Wilmington, DE 19809
United States

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39.7756725674935, -75.4949957728195
New Castle County, Delaware
Nearest Towns:
Bellefonte, DE (1.0 mi.)
Edgemoor, DE (1.8 mi.)
Ardencroft, DE (2.0 mi.)
Ardentown, DE (2.4 mi.)
Arden, DE (2.4 mi.)
Claymont, DE (2.6 mi.)
Wilmington, DE (3.4 mi.)
Penns Grove, NJ (3.5 mi.)
Carneys Point, NJ (4.6 mi.)
Boothwyn, PA (4.7 mi.)

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  1. Having been to this location many times, I have my fair share of being creeped out. I’ve always been scared of the building, like something malicious is in there. Yet it’s the guardhouse where my experience was. I waswalking around, and peered into a guardhouse. It wasn’t windy, yet as I looked in a rocking chair started to rock gently. It jerked into motion, it didn’t sway, which is how I know it was paranormal.

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