Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity House

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The Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity House is said to be haunted by a little girl named Abigail who died by falling down the stairs here. Legend has it that the words “Help Me” appear on the wall no matter how many times they paint over it. Also said to be haunted is Room 7, where a woman’s apparition has appeared, covers have been pulled off of the bed, doors slam, and “welcome” was spelled out in steam on a bathroom mirror.

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29 Old North Road
Kingston RI
United States

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41.480669, -71.5219429
Washington County, Rhode Island
Nearest Towns:
Kingston, RI (0.0 mi.)
Wakefield-Peacedale, RI (2.6 mi.)
Narragansett Pier, RI (4.8 mi.)
North Kingstown, RI (5.6 mi.)
Exeter, RI (6.7 mi.)
Carolina, RI (7.5 mi.)
Jamestown, RI (8.1 mi.)
Charlestown, RI (9.2 mi.)
Wyoming, RI (9.6 mi.)
Hope Valley, RI (10.2 mi.)

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