John Rice Library

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Apparitions of an old man and a young girl have been seen at the John Rice Library. The girl, about 10, has dark brown hair parted in the middle and big round glasses, and the man is seen crouching over books.

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1003 Lincoln Rd
Bellevue, NE 68005
United States

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41.15031260000001, -95.906925
Sarpy County, Nebraska
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  1. Hello, I was involved with the renovations that took place at this library in the early 2000’s. I spent many days here over several months and never did see any evidence of ghosts.

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