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Explore Haunted Rockford College!

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While rich in history, Rockford College is also rich in ghostlore and the origin of a wide variety of alleged haunts. No less than three buildings are said to be home to restless spirits, along with one memorial arch, which was built using materials from the original Rock River campus. Blanche Walker Burpee Center, Adams Arch, and the Clark Arts Center run the gambit of ghostly phenomenon, from disembodied voices, to moving objects, to phantom reflections, and a whole host of other unexplained things.

Download the entire issue, featuring the history & hauntings of Rockford College, the adventures of The Fallen, trivia, and much more! Also, don’t miss our exclusive interview with Brittney-Jade Colangelo of the popular horror blog Day of the Woman!

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From “The Fallen Investigate”:

The faint ring of a bell broke the silence. This time, Emmer, Greg, and Davin knew this particular sound came from backstage. They nodded to each other and cautiously ascended the steps to the proscenium, just in front of the heavy, red curtains. Props were set up on stage for an upcoming performance. The three friends weaved between a fake plant, a park bench, and a cardboard streetlamp. They strained their ears, but it wasn’t long before they heard the sound again. This time, the jingle was louder and more distinct.

“I know you heard that too,” Davin said, directing his assertion toward Emmer. “I’m not imagining that.”

“I hear it,” Emmer whispered. “The question is, what is it? I’ll bet you a hundred bucks it isn’t a ghost.”

Greg, who wore his usual attire of frayed cargo shorts and an olive green shirt, hesitated. “I’ve got a bad feeling about this,” he said. “I think I’d be more worried if it turned out to be something that was alive.”

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