In the 1920s there was a triple murder suicide involving the husband, Bill, his wife Venus, her lover and their baby. Bill killed Venus by shotgun… he then laid on the railroad tracks near the home and was killed by a train. The baby was never found…
In a corner of the basement is a mysterious plastered area with a babies face … Reports of a weeping woman..baby crying and two different male entities…the smell of candle wax burning…being pushed pinched ..objects moving on their own…
In the 1970s the home was investigated by the famous team of Brad Stieger and the famous psychic medium Irene Hughes.
It is featured in 3 books about hauntings and is also on the haunted tours of Lincoln….
(Submitted by Sheree)
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- 1824 No 29th st
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- 40.831385, -96.67919
- Lancaster County, Nebraska
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