Canisius College - Real Buffalo Haunted Place
Canisius College is a private college located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, founded in 1870 by Jesuits and named for St. Peter Canisius. Visitors to the campus’ Christ the King Chapel have heard unexplained voices coming from the confessionals and report seeing the apparition of an old man in the basement. The ghost of a student who committed suicide has been spotted on the fifth floor of Frisch Hall, and a ghostly nun is known to wander the fourth floor of Lyons Hall. Some students say that Griffin Hall and the Village Townhouses are also haunted.
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