Concordia College - Real Bronxville Haunt
Founded in 1881 as Concordia Progymnasium in Manhattan, Concordia College has seen a number of relocations and expansions in its history. It moved to its current location in Bronxville in 1910, where it has remained for over a century. In that time, reports of ghosts have popped up in four of the campus’ buildings. Feth Hall, named for Rev. Dr. Henry Feth, is said to be haunted by the Doctor himself. Bohm Hall is alleged to be haunted by the spirit of a girl who was assaulted within its walls, and Sieker Hall is regularly visited b a former student who died of pneumonia. Rippe Hall is allegedly haunted by a young girl who lived in a house that stood on the site before the current dormitory was built.
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I live on Campus and I have lived in Rippe Hall and only in my room I have felt this presence. My room door will open and close on its own, I have felt someone grab my like a hug, and I heard noises at night.Posted 2/11/17
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