The Boston Conservatory

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The Boston Conservatory, some say, is haunted. There have been numerous reports of footsteps, doors that slam themselves, disembodied voices, objects that go missing, and other strange phenomena, especially in the dorm buildings. Some attribute the activity to the fact that the place was an 1800s hospital where many spirits linger from the deaths that occurred there.

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Geographic Information

8 Fenway
Boston, MA 02215
United States

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42.3462021, -71.0900107
Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Boston, MA (1.8 mi.)
Brookline, MA (1.9 mi.)
Cambridge, MA (2.1 mi.)
South Boston, MA (2.2 mi.)
Somerville, MA (2.9 mi.)
Jamaica Plain, MA (3.0 mi.)
Chelsea, MA (4.3 mi.)
Everett, MA (4.7 mi.)
Watertown, MA (5.0 mi.)
Medford, MA (5.1 mi.)


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