Three boys at Hull House in Chicago. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. ICHi-01544

Three boys at Hull House in Chicago. Photograph from the Chicago Daily News. Jane Addams of Hull House, founder of social work

The Devil Baby of Hull House. A kind of creepy story that started up in 1913 and soon took the city of Chicago by storm. Did Hull House at one time house a baby of the devil himself? http://www.theparanormalguide.com/blog/the-devil-baby-of-hull-house

For six weeks, in Hull House in Chicago was swamped with people demanding to see the devil baby, who had been left there by distraught parents. The legend of this baby swept through the city.

Hull House was a settlement house back in the early 1900s for immigrants. A woman gave birth to a child whose father was the devil. The mother, disgusted by the child, abandoned the baby at Hull House. The owner, Jane Addams, hid the baby in the attic and raised the child. The child died at a young age. Now, if you look into the second floor window of Hull House, you will see the face of the devil look back at you.

Chicago's most haunted hotspots as reported by a paranormal investigator via "Jane Addams Hull House"

Chicago's Most Haunted Countdown - #3 Jane Addams' Hull House                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Chicago's Most Haunted Countdown - #3 Jane Addams' Hull House

Hull House, Chicago ghost photo, June, A couple doing a ghost tour snapped this pic using a cell phone with no flash.

How some women use their power. Jane Addams created Hull House in Chicago, the first "settlement house" to aid immigrants and poor people in the metropolis. She won the Nobel Peace Prize and sparked the profession of social work.

Jane Addams: groundbreaking social worker, social/political activist, and Nobel Peace Prize winner. I can't believe Hull House actually closed, so devistating

The Hull House, Chicago - built in 1856 was reportedly known for it's ghosts - this photo is said to show monk-like figures on the staircase including ghostly candles

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Hull House, Chicago, IL - This ghost picture was taken in It appears to show a pair of shadowy figures that look like monks, standing on the staircase. One seems to have his hands in prayer while the other seems to be missing its head.

Jane Addams' Hull House - #3 on Rent.com's countdown of the most haunted places in Chicago.

Chicago's Most Haunted Countdown - #3 Jane Addams' Hull House

HULL HOUSE - Hull House was a settlement house in the United States that was co-founded in 1889 by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr. Located in the Near West Side of Chicago, Illinois, Hull House opened its doors to recently arrived European immigrants.

Two Hulls House by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home...

Two Hulls House by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects

Mackay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects - Two Hulls - Photo 23 - Photography by Greg Richardson .

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Jane Addams (1860-1936) - First American woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. She was a leader in the Suffrage movement and co-founder (with Ellen Gates Starr) of Hull House, an institution set up in the poor neighborhood of Chicago to provide services for recent immigrants - such as daycare and classes in music and literature.

Jane Addams Woman's Rights Activist, Anti-war Activist, Philanthropist, president of the Womans's International League for Peace and Freedom for which she shared the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize

Dangerous Jane by Suzanne Slade (E B ADDAMS): Describes the life and accomplishments of the founder of Hull House, a settlement house in Chicago, where she provided aid to immigrant families and whose legacy is still evident today.

Dangerous Jane by Suzanne Slade (E B ADDAMS): Describes the life and accomplishments of the founder of Hull House, a settlement house in Chicago, where she provided aid to immigrant families and whose legacy is still evident today.

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