Valparaiso University

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At the Alumni Hall at Valparaiso University, two ghost children, age 8 or 9 and wearing jogging pants, are known to run up and down the hallways at about 2 a.m. According to some of the student residents, the ghosts have spoken to them and told them they were playing tag.

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1509 Chapel Dr.
Valparaiso, IN 46383
United States

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41.465980121315006, -87.04076761010583
Porter County, Indiana
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