The Hotel Cafe and Saloon

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The 1901 Hotel Cafe and Saloon, now operating as a restaurant, is believed to be haunted by victims of murders or suicides thought to have occurred in the building. On the second and third floors, witnesses have seen shadow figures, heard unexplained voices and felt cold spots.

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Geographic Information

503 Main Street
Scribner, Nebraska 68057
United States

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41.6666032, -96.66571799999997
Dodge County, Nebraska
Nearest Towns:
Scribner, NE (0.0 mi.)
Snyder, NE (6.8 mi.)
Hooper, NE (7.2 mi.)
Winslow, NE (9.2 mi.)
Uehling, NE (9.5 mi.)
Dodge, NE (11.8 mi.)
West Point, NE (12.3 mi.)
Nickerson, NE (13.6 mi.)
Ames, NE (15.0 mi.)
Fontanelle, NE (15.1 mi.)


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  1. My sister and I worked in the kitchen while we were going to school in Scribner. The “supply room”, where the extra paper products were kept, was at the bottom of the stairs leading up to the upper level of the building where the deaths were said to have taken place. We, along with our coworkers, all felt uneasy while in the supply area. I remember my sister telling me about an experience she had while actually on the upper level of the building, saying she felt jumpy and uneasy, feeling as though there was someone looking over her shoulder the whole time.

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