Phi Kappa Chi

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This fraternity house has a haunt of its own, the apparition of a large man who enters at the front door and walks up the stairs to the front bedroom. He wears an overcoat with the collar turned up. Student lore says that the apparition belongs to a homeless man who was brought inside from the cold back in 1922, when the house was a private residence. The man is said to have passed away in the front bedroom.

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723 Main St.
Davenport, Iowa
United States

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41.52755, -90.57514400000002
Scott County, Iowa
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East Moline, IL (7.0 mi.)
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