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The ghostly campus legends at North Carolina State University include a haunting by a student who threw herself off the roof of the D.H. Hill Library in the 1980s (her silhouette is occasionally spotted on the roof) and a construction worker who haunts the Bell Tower.

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North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC
United States

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35.7846633, -78.68209460000003
Wake County, North Carolina
Nearest Towns:
West Raleigh, NC (1.0 mi.)
Raleigh, NC (2.6 mi.)
Cary, NC (5.6 mi.)
Garner, NC (6.3 mi.)
Forest Hills, NC (6.6 mi.)
Morrisville, NC (8.5 mi.)
Apex, NC (10.1 mi.)
Knightdale, NC (11.3 mi.)
Green Level, NC (12.4 mi.)
Holly Springs, NC (12.5 mi.)

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  1. Hello My name is Heidi ,I’ve seen the girl before.. I saw her watching me on the roof of a building when my 7th grade class toured state college for a field trip. I tried telling my friends but they wouldn’t believe me .

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