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Ghosts said to haunted this campus include construction workers who fiddle with the electricity, showers and water fountains; a nun; a music teacher; and numerous other apparitions. Students say Whitby Hall was so haunted that is was closed down, and it contains a ghost of a man in gray polyester pants, another figure in white, and a boy who is said to have hanged himself in the attic. Folks say in Corbey a female student got on the elevator one day and was never seen again; feelings of great distress can be felt in and around the elevators.

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    1105 W 8th St
    Yankton, SD 57078
    United States

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    42.87580699999999, -97.40804700000001
    Yankton County, South Dakota
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