Nye Hall - University of Nevada

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Built on the site of an old graveyard, the whole building experiences some sort of paranormal activity, however it is concentrated on the first and sixth floors. On the first floor, voices are heard in the bathroom when no one is around. On the sixth floor, there is a poltergeist whom they call “Little Timmy”. He turns the bathroom faucets on and off, shuts doors, and drags objects through rooms.

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55 Artemesia Way
Reno, NV
United States

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39.5391641651571, -119.81792789696556
Washoe County, Nevada
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  1. Can I have some background on the hauntings there? Also, I’m a paranormal investigator in Reno is there a contact to ask permission to investigate in Nye Hall?

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