University of Texas at El Paso - Seamon Hall

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One ghost story at Seamon Hall on the University of Texas at El Paso campus tells of a ghostly janitor who passed away after stashing his money somewhere in the building. Another tells of a female student who was murdered by her boyfriend at a tea party held by the dean in the 1930s or 1940s, and still another is about a professor who murdered a student he had impregnated to cover his deed. Some say that at 3 or 4 a.m., a phantom car drives up to the building and a ghost girl gets out and wanders about Seamon Hall, looking for her murderer.

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Geographic Information

Off Dawson Rd
El Paso, TX 79902
United States

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31.7714965, -106.50719800000002
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
El Paso, TX (1.5 mi.)
Sunland Park, NM (4.6 mi.)
Fort Bliss, TX (6.3 mi.)
Santa Teresa, NM (9.7 mi.)
Prado Verde, TX (10.3 mi.)
Canutillo, TX (11.1 mi.)
Westway, TX (13.6 mi.)
Vinton, TX (13.6 mi.)
Socorro, TX (14.5 mi.)
La Union, NM (15.3 mi.)


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