Mount Saint Mary's College

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In Mount Saint Mary’s Brady Hall, students have felt an oppressive presence and seen doors open and slam by themselves, sometimes in the middle of a class. And at the Carondelet dorm, nuns’ apparitions are said to walk around and doors open by themselves.

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12001 Chalon Rd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
United States

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34.08518736164448, -118.48302454788512
Los Angeles County, California
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