This romantic, local eatery in Omaha is reported to be haunted with spirits and has its fair share of paranormal activity. One such regular customer who frequented the joint was Bill Walden. Apparently he dined…
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This house was once owned and inhabited by a wealthy family who eventually died. Today, the house has been converted to Cheney Cowle's Museum. Hauntings include sightings of children playing in the bedrooms, mysterious noises, and some even claim that eyes in the portraits move.
A pledge of the fraternity which uses this building died in 1967 in the basement, and supposedly has never left. Activities attributed to this entity include doors opening and closing, as well as lights turning on and off. People in the kitchen and basement have claimed that they have felt a presence near them.
After failing to be accepted into a sorority, a girl committed suicide in her room; that room is now haunted by her ghost. Residents of that room can leave and come back to an unlocked door. The lights, music, television, and curling irons will all be on though they were turned off before. Things move locations or will be missing for a few days without explanation. The television would also turns off randomly while one is watching it.
Many people have claimed to see the apparition of "Alice," a young woman who hanged herself at the turn of the century when she heard that her lover was killed in a mining accident. As it turned out, her lover had not died; he came home and found her dead.
A four-year public university in Aberdeen, SD, Northern State University, is not only home to several college students, but also to some ghosts.
Over 200 hundred years ago, a family of seven lived in this barn. One brutal night, six of the family members were shot with muskets, while the seventh died, hiding in a closet. The family now haunts the house in the exact locations of the murders--the closet, the windowsill, and the doorway. In these places one may hear the screams and cries of young children. On the staircase, the third step has been broken for more than two hundred years; every attempt to fix it has failed.