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One night, two workers were visited by a poltergeist. They heard footsteps, lights flickered on and off, and doors rapidly opened and closed. Also in the building they found a frayed rope hanging from the ceiling; a worker died a few years earlier when his safety rope snapped.
During the Protestant Reformation, tunnels were dug from this house to the nearby River Mersey, to allow priests to escape to Ireland via a boat if necessary. Even today, these holes are still visible. Allegedly, a woman, devastated by the actions of her philandering husband, killed herself and then her baby. Many people have reported feeling cold spots, while others have reportedly seen spirits of the agonized woman.
While this railroad trestle was being constructed, an Irishman fell into a vat of hardening concrete, and suffocated The original bridge was torn down and replaced, but sightings of the man are continuously reported.
This romantic, local eatery in Omaha is reported to be haunted with spirits and has its fair share of paranormal activity.Â One such regular customer who frequented the joint was Bill Walden.Â Apparently he dined here almost every night for years upon end, even toward the latter part of his life when he was hospitalized he would sneak away from the hospital and grab his favorite seat at the restaurant.
Beneath this bridge, the decapitated body of Adolph Coors' son was found. If one cross the bridge in a car, it will sputter inexplicably. The car does not completely lose control, however, and one can safely make it across the bridge.
Once used as a theater, the University Chapel was a hospital during the Civil War. When the chapel was used by theater students, it was haunted by a ghost identified as Sydney Grimlett. When the thespians moved their operations across the street to the Telfair Peet Theater, Sydney followed. Sydney Grimlett, a confederate soldier, had his leg amputated before he died. When there are theater productions, Sydney makes his presence known by opening and closing drawers, making rattling noises,