John F Kennedy Memorial Library

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A story is told about some people experimenting with drugs in the third-floor bathroom, then going crazy and bludgeoning people to death there. Now, witnesses say faucets turn on and off, locked doors pop open, cold spots are felt and eerie laughter is sometimes heard.

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5151 State University Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90032
United States

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34.06764547325623, -118.16747045516422
Los Angeles County, California
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  1. Physical science is the most haunted building on campus. I have seen, heard, and felt things. Yes, felt. I was touched in the back of the neck.

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