Centennial Hall - University of Arizona

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Reputed to be haunted by both a male and female ghost. The female gets the blame for all the nasty bits of ghosting (of course) while the male ghost is seen as a more benign presence. Supposedly the female ghost is prone to pushing people down the stairs.

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    Geographic Information

    1020 E University Blvd
    Tucson, AZ 85724
    United States

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    32.231489, -110.95543399999997
    Pima County, Arizona
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    1. I had gone to see my nieces dance at the Centennial Hall. My daughter needed to go to the restroom so, I took her there. When I opened the restroom stall door, I saw a woman standing in front of me. She looked very upset and in old clothes. I would say that they were from the late 1800’s clothing and a cameo pendant. Her hair was up in a bun. She just glared at me and didn’t say anything. I grabbed my daughter’s hand. I was telling a lady that was there washing her hands that, that woman was rude. there was a lot of stalls that were not being used. She asked me what woman I was talking about because no one else was there just us. I asked the lady that worked there if it was haunted because of what had happened. She told me that they are not supposed to say but, that there was rumors of apparitions.

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