Mansion on the Hill

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This 1887 house museum is rumoured to have a haunt or two, with staff and visitors alike reporting various paranormal occurrences. These range from ghostly lights floating through the back rooms of the building during the night to reports of the apparition of a man who has been seen wandering around the building during the mid afternoon.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1004 North Spruce Street
Ogalalla, NE
United States

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41.1328931, -101.72078779999998
Keith County, Nebraska
Nearest Towns:
Ogallala, NE (0.3 mi.)
Roscoe, NE (7.0 mi.)
Martin, NE (8.7 mi.)
Brule, NE (9.1 mi.)
Keystone, NE (9.2 mi.)
Lemoyne, NE (10.8 mi.)
Belmar, NE (15.3 mi.)
Paxton, NE (19.0 mi.)
Big Springs, NE (19.1 mi.)
Grant, NE (20.1 mi.)


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