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Oakland City College - Cockrum Hall - Oakland City IN Real Haunted Places

  • W. Oak St.
  • Oakland City, IN
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This hall dates back to 1876 and is believed to be haunted by namesake Colonel William Cockrum's wife. Legend says she hanged herself in the tower and witnesses have reported seeing doors open and close by themselves in the middle of the night. A bright orange glow has also been seen shining through the windows.
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  • Haunted cockrum hall

    Went to cockrum hall knocked on the door backed away and took pictures and now I have proof of the ghost.

    Posted 8/19/19

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