Moose Lodge #555

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The three ghosts believed to haunt the Moose Lodge are a policeman who was shot to death by a burglar on the roof and two women. A member of the cleaning staff reported a trash bag that flew across the room.

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Geographic Information

1901 N Kansas Ave
Topeka, KS
United States

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39.081401776794536, -95.66195994604641
Shawnee County, Kansas
Nearest Towns:
Topeka, KS (2.4 mi.)
Grantville, KS (5.4 mi.)
Meriden, KS (8.9 mi.)
Silver Lake, KS (10.7 mi.)
Hoyt, KS (11.7 mi.)
Wakarusa, KS (13.6 mi.)
Perry, KS (14.4 mi.)
Lecompton, KS (14.6 mi.)
Auburn, KS (14.7 mi.)
Ozawkie, KS (14.8 mi.)


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  1. Stephanie Burdett  |  

    While investigating this place we entered a small room that had a coat rack with one coat. When asked if anyone was present, the coat moved. Our team then asked it to move and turn for 15 minutes and it turned the direction we asked.

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