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Rodes-Harlin Hall

Rodes-Harlin Hall

The haunting of this residence hall comes from a story about a
young girl who committed suicide by jumping off this nine-story building.

She returns every year on the anniversary of her death to spook
the new residents of Rodes-Harlin.

Excerpted from Lindsay Sainlar's article, "Haunted Hill," College Heights Herald, Oct. 30, 2003.

Rodes-Harlin Hall

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