Argo Hotel

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According to local legend, the ghost of a young girl who died in the basement can be seen here. Folks also say a baby’s skeleton was found within the lounge walls during remodeling, and a ghostly mother is said to wail looking for her baby. Pictures also are said to move here.

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    Geographic Information

    Address:
    211 Kansas St
    Crofton, NE 68730
    United States

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    GPS:
    42.73156621452164, -97.49720263498602
    County:
    Knox County, Nebraska
    Nearest Towns:
    Crofton, NE (0.2 mi.)
    Fordyce, NE (7.2 mi.)
    Aten, NE (8.0 mi.)
    Yankton, SD (10.9 mi.)
    Bloomfield, NE (11.9 mi.)
    Lindy, NE (12.3 mi.)
    Bow Valley, NE (12.6 mi.)
    Saint Helena, NE (13.7 mi.)
    Hartington, NE (14.0 mi.)
    Wausa, NE (16.2 mi.)

    Contact Information

    Web:
    http://www.theargohotel.com/

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    1. ever since they buried the baby’s bones they haven’t had tons of activity there. its rare there if yiou get a glimpse or experience of a ghost there

        • I’m from the area and they actually did find a babys bones buried in a wall.. it is said to have been the child of a girl named alice who died during childbirth when the argo was a clinic( this part actually happened) and it happened in 1940

    2. Not the Argo, but in Neligh Nebraska, the courthouse is DEFINITELY haunted. My sister works their and they have security cameras in the building. It is monitored by the sheriff’s office blocks away. She described a black mass up near a round clock (believe she said between the clerks window and ???) She saw the video footage of the clock shaking back and forth, near this dark mass but the clock did remain on the wall…then the dark mass headed to the elevator where it manipulated the buttons, causing the door of the elevator to open and shut. I said, so what time did all this occur, like 2 or 3 in the morning? She said 8:30 at night. She has also seen a dark figure with what appeared to be wearing a top hat in an upstairs window one evening while driving by….so…take a look if happening to be driving by some evening, you might get a lucky glimpse! She was not a believer in the paranormal until witnessing these events. My only encounter with the paranormal was capturing an EVP at the Raeville Rectory that faintly said (“Walk the line”). This was about 2015, played one song, a request from my dad who wanted me to play “Ring of fire” by Johnny Cash (had the motorcycle, an aux. cord running from my phone to the sound system, said to my dad and uncle I could play them any song they wanted to hear in just seconds…had to prove it to them) 😉 Not sure if I was being advised to “walk the line”(it was a rectory at one time) or perhaps the ghost wanted to hear the Johnny Cash song “Walk the Line”

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