Warbonnet Creek Battlefield Site

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The Warbonnet Creek Battlefield Site is believed to be haunted by a spirits from its past. Visitors have heard footsteps running through the woods and voices that speak in strange languages, most likely Cheyenne. A green glowing mist has been seen by many visitors near the monument that marks the battle.

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Near Montrose Road and Hat Creek Rd
Bowen, NE
United States

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42.927261, -103.7289422
Sioux County, Nebraska
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