Kerby Hall - Trinity Washington University

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This hall is rumored to be haunted by a student who died in the late 1960s. She has been seen in both the staircase and the 5th-floor lounge, as well as in some dorm rooms.

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Geographic Information

125 Michigan Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20017
United States

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38.9269144807994, -77.00117559283751
Nearest Towns:
Mount Rainier, MD (2.2 mi.)
Queenstown, MD (2.6 mi.)
Chillum, MD (2.6 mi.)
Brentwood, MD (2.6 mi.)
Washington, D. C., DC (2.9 mi.)
Cottage City, MD (2.9 mi.)
North Brentwood, MD (3.0 mi.)
Colmar Manor, MD (3.0 mi.)
Takoma Park, MD (3.5 mi.)
Hyattsville, MD (3.6 mi.)


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  1. This is my school. I went up on the 5th floor today, November 26, 2013. it’s creepy and freezing cold! I did not see anything unfortunately

  2. oh yeah……my childhood neighborhood surrounds this school…..I have been up to trinity and went to use the bathroom upstairs and noticed that someone elses presence is their…no doubt that paranormal activity is here…i do plan on seeing for myself….

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