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Elk City Cemetery

Elk City Cemetery

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Elk City Cemetery http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Enedougla/html/cemelkcity.htm http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Enedougla/html/cemelkcity-2.htmVisit the P.R.I.S.M. website to see photos and information about investigations they have done at Elk City Cemetery http://www.doyouseedeadpeople.or

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Homestead Country Club

Homestead Country Club

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History and Demographics for Prairie Village, Kansas:
Kansas was originally home to three Indian tribes; the Kansas, Pawnee, and Osage. The people of these tribes hunted buffalo and raised corn, beans, and squash.
In 1541, Spanish explorers lead by Francisco Coronado passed thr

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Spaff’s Grave

Spaff’s Grave

By on May 6, 2014 in | 0 comments

Location:This private property and you should obtain permission from the landowner before visiting this location. Spaff’s Grave is located 2 miles west of Hwy 14 on West 14th Rd.. It is just EAST of the railroad tracks and SOUTH of 14th Rd.. You can see it from the road. It is si

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Cedar Creek Cemetery

Cedar Creek Cemetery

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Cedar Creek Cemetery
History and Demographics for Manhattan, Kansas:
Manhattan is located in the northeastern part of the state at the confluence of the Kansas and Big Blue River. Part of Manhattan lies in Riley County (of which it is the county seat) and the other part lies in

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Salina Central High School

Salina Central High School

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History and Demographics for Salina, Kansas:
Kansas was originally home to three Indian tribes; the Kansas, Pawnee, and Osage. The people of these tribes hunted buffalo and raised corn, beans, and squash.
In 1541, Spanish explorers lead by Francisco Coronado passed through the

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Brubaker Bridge

Brubaker Bridge

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Gratis, Ohio:
Gratis is located in the southwestern part of the state in Preble County. It has a population of about 1,000 residents.
Brubaker Bridge Location:
The bridge is located near Enterprise Road on Fudge Road in Gratis. It spans Sams Run Creek Brubaker Bridge is within on

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C. C. White Building

C. C. White Building

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Location:5000 St. Paul Ave.Lincoln, NE 68504402-466-2371The building was torn down in May and June of 1973 and replaced by a new administration building (Boye 1987).The History:Wesleyan University was built as a Methodist College in 1888 in an area that was outside of the city of

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University of Wyoming –  Knight Hall

University of Wyoming – Knight Hall

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History:The city of Laramie is located in Albany County, Wyoming. Albany County was organized on December 16, 1868 from Laramie County in the Dakota Territory. On May 19, 1869, the territory’s government was formally organized.Laramie has a population of approximately 28,000 resi

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Paola High School

Paola High School

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Paola, Kansas
Paola High School
History and Demographics for Paola, Kansas:
Kansas was originally home to three Indian tribes; the Kansas, Pawnee, and Osage. The people of these tribes hunted buffalo and raised corn, beans, and squash.
In 1541, Spanish explorers lead by Franc

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Spaff’s Grave

Spaff’s Grave

By on May 4, 2014 in | 1 comment

Location:This private property and you should obtain permission from the landowner before visiting this location. Spaff’s Grave is located 2 miles west of Hwy 14 on West 14th Rd.. It is just EAST of the railroad tracks and SOUTH of 14th Rd.. You can see it from the road. It is si

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The Back Trail

The Back Trail

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History and Demographics for Kansas:
Kansas was originally home to three Indian tribes; the Kansas, Pawnee, and Osage. The people of these tribes hunted buffalo and raised corn, beans, and squash.
In 1541, Spanish explorers lead by Francisco Coronado passed through the area now

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Hamilton Motor Inn Medicine Man

Hamilton Motor Inn Medicine Man

By on May 3, 2014 in | 1 comment

History:The gentleman that we interviewed at the convenience store had trouble recalling the title of the Indian who haunts Aurora. He kept calling the Indian an Indian “buck” and then, stopped and said, “What’s the word I’m loo

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Robber’s Cave

Robber’s Cave

By on May 3, 2014 in | 0 comments

Located at 10th and High St. in Lincoln, Nebraska, Robber’s Cave is located very close to the state penitentiary and a mental hospital. There is a Subway restaurant very close to the original entrance to Robber’s Cave.The History:The history of this location is a bit muddled, but

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Palmyra High School

Palmyra High School

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Located in Otoe County, Nebraska at 425 F. St., 16 miles Southeast of Lincoln, Nebraska.The History:The city was named after the ancient city of Palmyra in the Syrian Desert. This is a small community of less than 300 residents. The Haunting:Reports of janitor-oriented activities

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Screaming Bridge

Screaming Bridge

By on May 3, 2014 in | 0 comments

Carmel, Indiana
The Screaming Bridge
Carmel, Indiana:
Carmel is located in Hamilton County in the central part of the state of Indiana immediately north of Indianapolis. It is a larger city of about 80,000 residents.
Interesting Facts about the Screaming Bridge:
Though some web r

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The Screaming Well

The Screaming Well

By on May 3, 2014 in | 0 comments

Location:Hutchinson is located 39 miles northwest of Wichita, Kansas along the Arkansas River.History/Overview of Hutchinson, Kansas:Hutchinson Kansas is the largest city in Reno County, Kansas. It is also the county seat and home to about 40,000 residents. Hutchinson, Kansas was

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Pittsburg State University-McCray Hall

Pittsburg State University-McCray Hall

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History and Demographics for Kansas:
Kansas was originally home to three Indian tribes; the Kansas, Pawnee, and Osage. The people of these tribes hunted buffalo and raised corn, beans, and squash.
In 1541, Spanish explorers lead by Francisco Coronado passed through the area now

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Purple Masque Theater at Kansas State University

Purple Masque Theater at Kansas State University

By on May 2, 2014 in | 0 comments

Purple Masque Theater at Kansas State University:
History and Demograhics for Manhattan, Kansas:
Manhattan is located in the northeastern part of the state at the confluence of the Kansas and Big Blue River. Part of Manhattan lies in Riley County (of which it is the county seat

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Theorosa’s Bridge

Theorosa’s Bridge

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Valley Center, Kansas:
Valley Center is located in south-central Kansas in Sedgwick County. It is a small community of about 7,000 residents.
One interesting fact about the community that could be relevant to the haunting at Theorosa’s Bridge has to do with a large explosio

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Jetmore Curve

Jetmore Curve

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The Jetmore Curve
Location:
Jetmore is located at the junction of Highway 156 and 283 in southwestern Kansas.
The Jetmore Curve is located about 3 miles west of Jetmore, Kansas along a gravel road.
History:
Jetmore is a small town of about 1,000 residents. It is the County Seat o

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