Scotts Bluff National Monument

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Reports say a female apparition in white walks along the bluff’s base at around midnight during the end of July or beginning of August.

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190276 Old Highway 92
Gering, NE 69341
United States

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41.8316823, -103.71612060000001
Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska
Nearest Towns:
Gering, NE (2.9 mi.)
Terrytown, NE (3.0 mi.)
Scottsbluff, NE (3.5 mi.)
Mitchell, NE (8.9 mi.)
Melbeta, NE (10.8 mi.)
Minatare, NE (11.0 mi.)
Morrill, NE (14.1 mi.)
McGrew, NE (16.4 mi.)
Lyman, NE (17.6 mi.)
Harrisburg, NE (19.1 mi.)

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  1. I was raised here and that’s not the only ghost known to be there. There is the man the Bluff is named after, as well as ghosts of suicides and those who have died due to accidents.

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