McKendree University - Real Lebanon Haunted Place
- 701 College Rd
- Lebanon, IL
There have been numerous tragedies that have occurred on the main campus which are reportedly the reason for the accounts of spiritual activities. There's the student who hung himself in the bell tower, the elderly woman who fell down the stairs and killed herself in the Alumni House, and her husband who hung himself after her death in the building. Then there's also the baby who died of pneumonia in the back office and the area where it occurred staying permanently cold all the time. Those who have witnessed haunting activity report seeing the spirit of the individuals, red eyes appearing from the garden shed, and unexplainable sounds of footsteps. Then there's also the incidences in the chapel where the organ may play itself.
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No activity imo
Lived on campus for a year and went to school here, never saw anything. Whats funny is I heard the same stories about pianos and organs playing themselves, anytime I checked it was just a music major practicing at 3 a.m. for a performance. Never had any encounter supernatural.Posted 8/1/20
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