University of Wyoming - Knight Hall

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This building at the University of Wyoming is home to many ghostly phenomena. Among them: On the second floor, wailing sounds and faces in the windows have been reported. In the basement, witnesses have heard drums beating. In the West Wing, the apparition of a Native American girl has been seen.

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Geographic Information

E Ivinson Ave and S 12th
Laramie, WY 82072 ‎
United States

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41.3118408, -105.58142129999999
Albany County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Laramie, WY (0.5 mi.)
Woods Landing-Jelm, WY (27.6 mi.)
Centennial, WY (29.1 mi.)
Albany, WY (29.9 mi.)
Foxpark, WY (33.8 mi.)
Red Feather Lakes, CO (35.2 mi.)
Rock River, WY (36.0 mi.)
Arlington, WY (37.9 mi.)
Warren Air Force Base, WY (39.0 mi.)
Cheyenne, WY (41.3 mi.)


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