The Campbell Apartment

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Campbell Apartment was once the office of Credit Clearing House president John Campbell, and is now a cocktail bar in Grand Central Terminal. It is believed to be haunted by Mr. Campbell himself, who died in 1957. Witnesses, patrons and employees alike, say something unseen has tapped them on the shoulder, and some also have described organ music, gusts of cold air that come from nowhere, and doors that close by themselves.

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Geographic Information

15 Vanderbilt Ave
New York, NY 10017
United States

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40.75261438132572, -73.9777861650818
New York County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Long Island City, NY (1.6 mi.)
Manhattan, NY (2.2 mi.)
Weehawken, NJ (2.5 mi.)
Hoboken, NJ (2.9 mi.)
New York City, NY (3.0 mi.)
Union City, NJ (3.0 mi.)
Guttenberg, NJ (3.0 mi.)
West New York, NJ (3.1 mi.)
North Bergen, NJ (4.0 mi.)
Fairview, NJ (4.3 mi.)


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