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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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    211 Kansas St
    Crofton, NE 68730
    United States

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    42.73156621452164, -97.49720263498602
    Knox County, Nebraska
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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

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