Vermont Police Academy

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The Vermont Police Academy was once a state hospital for tuberculosis patients, and is believed to be haunted by a nurse named Mary who worked here during that era. Legend has it that Mary contracted TB herself. Reports say that the patients’ call buttons are still present in the recruit dorms, amd pushing them may summon the ghost of Mary.

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Geographic Information

317 Academy Road
Pittsford, VT
United States

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43.71469099999999, -73.01762400000001
Rutland County, Vermont
Nearest Towns:
Pittsford, VT (0.8 mi.)
Brandon, VT (6.7 mi.)
Rutland, VT (7.5 mi.)
West Rutland, VT (8.5 mi.)
Castleton, VT (10.8 mi.)
Benson, VT (14.7 mi.)
Fair Haven, VT (14.9 mi.)
Rochester, VT (15.2 mi.)
Wallingford, VT (16.9 mi.)
Poultney, VT (17.5 mi.)


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