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Several places at Kean University, originally established in 1855 as the Newark Normal School, are said to be visited by spirits. East Campus and Rogers Hall are haunted by former students, the Eames building has a negative spirit, and the Wilkins Theater sports the ghost of a man named George who died accidentally on the premises.

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1000 Morris Ave
Union, NJ 07083
United States

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40.68035555453346, -74.23426008200073
Union County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Hillside, NJ (1.5 mi.)
Elizabeth, NJ (1.7 mi.)
Roselle, NJ (1.9 mi.)
Roselle Park, NJ (1.9 mi.)
Union, NJ (1.9 mi.)
Kenilworth, NJ (3.0 mi.)
Irvington, NJ (3.6 mi.)
Winfield, NJ (3.7 mi.)
Cranford, NJ (3.7 mi.)
Linden, NJ (4.1 mi.)

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