Haunted Places in Waco, Nebraska



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    Concordia University - David Hall

    Seward, Nebraska

    19.7 miles from Waco, NE

    The David Dorm is rumored to be haunted by Native Americans whose 1700s bones were found when the dorm was built in the 1970s. Residents say electronic appliances and showers turn on by themselves.


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    Gilbert Cemetery

    Friend, Nebraska

    24.1 miles from Waco, NE

    The Gilberts, an 1890s pioneer family, are said to haunt this cemetery. Folks have reported that tombstones may move and unexplained noises can be heard on the site.


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    Witch's Grave

    Aurora, Nebraska

    28.1 miles from Waco, NE

    The ancient, isolated grave in the Aurora city cemetery, the "witch’s grave," has a mossy tombstone and a protruding marker, said to be a warning to deter others from witchcraft. So the story goes, the "witch" was eccentric, which was enough for the townsfolk to label her a witch and ...


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    Doane College Library

    Crete, Nebraska

    32.8 miles from Waco, NE

    The college library is believed to be haunted by a woman in a white dress who appears in the basement or in front of a window during the full moon.


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    Columbus Hy-Vee

    Columbus, Nebraska

    37.8 miles from Waco, NE

    The ghost that haunts the Columbus Hy-Vee is nicknamed Scooter. He is said to make screeching sounds near the produce and dairy sections and has appeared to employees at around 2 a.m.


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    Temple Theatre

    Lincoln, Nebraska

    40.1 miles from Waco, NE

    This theater at the University of Nebraska, founded in 1869, is the centerpiece for some oft-told campus tales. In the 1940s, a student was said to have fallen to his death from the overhead rigging during a production of MacBeth, and now his apparition is said to appear during Shakespeare ...


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    Robber's Cave - Van Dorn Park

    Lincoln, Nebraska

    40.4 miles from Waco, NE

    Robber's Cave, in southwest Lincoln near the intersection of 10th and High streets, was called Pahuk Bluff by the Pawnee Indians who came here to contact Tirawa, the god of all things. The cave was later a stop on the Underground Railroad and, in 1876, a hideout for Jesse James. ...


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    Nebraska State Capitol

    Lincoln, Nebraska

    40.4 miles from Waco, NE

    The Nebraska State Capitol was built over 10 years (1922-1932), and is still the home of Nebraska's government. It is said to be haunted by an apparition of someone falling, along with screaming and crying. It is thought to be either a man who had a heart attack and fell ...


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    Lake Street Lake - Rudge Memorial Park

    Lincoln, Nebraska

    40.6 miles from Waco, NE

    Formerly dairy farm, and then a skating rink, the park is said to be haunted by a little boy killed long ago by a gang of bullies. Apparitions have been reported to occur in winter near the creek.


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    Richmond House

    Lincoln, Nebraska

    41.2 miles from Waco, NE

    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 ...


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    Antelope Park

    Lincoln, Nebraska

    41.7 miles from Waco, NE

    Near Antelope Park's memorial, behind the caretaker's house, is a field. Witnesses report that many apparitions have been seen in this field, walking across it and into the woods.


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    St. Patrick's Cemetery - Glowing Graveyard

    Columbus, Nebraska

    41.9 miles from Waco, NE

    The cemetery, a.k.a. the Glowing Graveyard, is the center of several local ghost stories. For one, the headstones, as you may guess, are said to glow at night by the light of a full moon. Skeptics say this is because of the reflective limestone in the headstones. Another local legend ...


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    Old Captain's Studio

    Lincoln, Nebraska

    42.5 miles from Waco, NE

    This historic building was formerly the residence of a retired sea captain, who owned a studio on the upper floor. Tenants of a law firm now located on the premises have reported seeing his apparition on several occasions over the years. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Platte Center Creek

    Platte Center, Nebraska

    43.7 miles from Waco, NE

    The hauntings here are said to be caused by three men who, in the early 1900s, were buried alive when a cave they dug into the creek bed collapsed. Apparitions of all three men are said to show up at night, digging by lantern light. After working a few minutes, ...


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    Skyway Drive-In

    Schuyler, Nebraska

    44.6 miles from Waco, NE

    At the Skyway Drive-In, folks say black phantom dogs with a missing eye and a missing leg roam the grounds. Witnesses maintain that f you look away from them, they disappear.


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    Hastings College

    Hastings, Nebraska

    52 miles from Waco, NE

    The ghost of a music professor is said to show up in the music hall as an apparition or an orb. He also is said to turn lights on and off. Also, the Altman Hall is said to be haunted by namesake Clara Altman, who is said to act as ...


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    Haunted Bridge

    Waco, Nebraska

    53.1 miles from Waco, NE

    The 1885 story of the haunted bridge begins with Tom Jones and his widowed sister Elizabeth Taylor, who were fighting with their neighbors over their cattle getting into their neighbors' crops. Tom and Elizabeth felt unsafe over the turmoil and bought a shotgun. Soon after, some men were cutting trees ...


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    TrailBlazers - Old Montgomery Ward Building

    Fairbury, Nebraska

    54.7 miles from Waco, NE

    Formerly TrailBlazers restaurant and before that a Montgomery Ward department store, this office building is believed to be haunted due to reports that objects move about on their own here.


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    Clarkson Historical Opera House

    Clarkson, Nebraska

    59.8 miles from Waco, NE

    Local residents and employees have reported hearing ghostly laughter and seeing apparitions in period clothing wandering around the building. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Oxbow Cemetery - Callahan Cemetery

    Murdock, Nebraska

    60.2 miles from Waco, NE

    Ghostly children are said to be heard playing at this cemetery, known as Oxbow Cemetery, North Callahan Cemetery, Carter Cemetery and North Elmwood Cemetery. So the story goes, a nearby school collapsed in a big windstorm, pinning and killing a little girl named May Carter. Her father gave this land ...


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  • Picture Yourself Ghost Hunting
    Christopher Balzano
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    Museum of Shadows

    Elmwood, Nebraska

    61.2 miles from Waco, NE

    We have captured some amazing evidence that links back to Harry Green and the Blackbird Store. We have even interacted with the souls who are attached to the very items in the museum. You may feel a soft touch on your arm or shoulder to smelling a very strong perfume ...


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    Barnard Park

    Fremont, Nebraska

    62.8 miles from Waco, NE

    Barnard Park was once a cemetery, and it is rumored that when the city moved the bodies and turned it into a park, some of the bodies were missed. Several apparitions are said to roam here late at night, most notably a woman who was following the Mormon Trail and ...


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    Ball Cemetery

    Springfield, Nebraska

    66.8 miles from Waco, NE

    The oldest grave marker at Ball Cemetery is reported to be dated 1869, and many apparitions have been reported here over the years. One is a tall male with a bad temper who walks around after dark, sometimes attacking late-night visitors. Another is Mary Mumford, who is buried here. Folks ...


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    The Hotel Cafe and Saloon

    Scribner, Nebraska

    67.4 miles from Waco, NE

    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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    Oakwood Cemetery

    Weeping Water, Nebraska

    69.2 miles from Waco, NE

    One witness warns that the spirits may rise from the graves and attack visitors at night.


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    Brother Sebastian's

    Omaha, Nebraska

    75.1 miles from Waco, NE

    Bill Walden is the identity of the ghost who haunts this restaurant, a man who wears a tweed smoking jacket and ascot. He was a regular patron, and although he has since passed away, his spirit has made it clear that he still visits regularly.


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    Hollenberg Pony Express Station

    Hanover, Kansas

    76.2 miles from Waco, NE

    The historic Hollenberg Pony Express Station is a state park with a museum and visitor center, and both employees and guests have reported seeing signs of the supernatural here. Apparitions of Pony Express riders have been seen in the summer months, and the sound of running hooves and shouts are ...


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    Keystone Trail

    Omaha, Nebraska

    78.8 miles from Waco, NE

    The Keystone Trail, near 90th and Fort streets, is believed by some locals to be visited by a phantom train on cold misty nights. The apparition of the train has been both seen and heard, although the railroad tracks were removed from this spot years ago.


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    Dana College

    Blair, Nebraska

    81.5 miles from Waco, NE

    Dana College dates back to 1884, but was recently shut down and sold in 2010 due to financial problems. Latest word has it that the college will be refurbished and reopened around 2015-2016. Back in its heyday though, there were a number of places on campus said to be haunted. ...


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    Cornerstone Mansion Bed and Breakfast

    Omaha, Nebraska

    81.6 miles from Waco, NE

    This 1894 bed and breakfast inn is housed inside a historic mansion, which has many ghostly tales associated with it. There have been reports of the apparitions of a young man and an elderly former owner appearing on separate occasions in a rocking chair located in the parlour room, ...


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  • Ghost Dogs of the South
    Randy Russell
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    Jenners Park

    Loup City, Nebraska

    82.1 miles from Waco, NE

    Witnesses at Jenners Park, a former zoo with its old cages still intact, say the sound of disembodied childlike laughter can be heard here at night.


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    Bega Cemetery

    Stanton, Nebraska

    82.1 miles from Waco, NE


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    Schroyer Cemetery

    Marysville, Kansas

    88.3 miles from Waco, NE


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    Weaver Hotel

    Waterville, Kansas

    91.4 miles from Waco, NE

    The 1905 hotel served as railroad accommodation, and the original inn and restaurant are in operation over a century later. The establishment is rumoured to be haunted by two spirits, including the wife of a former owner and a workman who threw himself to his death during a bout ...


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    Coon Creek Bridge

    Barnes, Kansas

    91.9 miles from Waco, NE

    About five miles south of Barnes on the east side of Coon Creek Bridge, you may see the ghost of a young girl walking through the woods, especially just before sunrise. Her identity is unknown, as townspeople have no knowledge of any deaths ever occurring nearby.


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    Ghost Bridge of Logan Creek

    Pender, Nebraska

    92 miles from Waco, NE

    Local legend tells of an early-1900s train that was held up by vigilantes chasing down a hired hand who murdered the family that employed him. The train bridge used to cross the Logan Creek, and from this former trestle, the man was hanged. Residents say sometimes a ghost bridge appears ...


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    Brown Grand Theatre

    Concordia, Kansas

    92.2 miles from Waco, NE

    At this theater and opera house you may see more than just a show. Locals say a ghost haunts this theater, and is especially active during the opening season.


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    Wayne State College - Neihardt Hall

    Wayne, Nebraska

    95.7 miles from Waco, NE

    Neihardt Hall is said to be haunted by Cora, a young woman who committed suicide in the basement. Also, the ghost of a girl who was electrocuted while playing with a ball near bare electrical wires is said to haunt the tunnels between the dorms.


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    Blackbird Hill

    Waco, Nebraska

    101.9 miles from Waco, NE

    The burial place of Omaha Indian Chief Blackbird, said to be buried here sitting upright on his horse, is rumored to be haunted. And it's old -- folks say in 1804, famed explorers Lewis and Clark visited this gravesite, leaving behind decorations to commemorate him. But the ghost here is ...


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    Lottie's Grave - Taylor Cemetery

    Homer, Nebraska

    112.5 miles from Waco, NE

    Some say Lottie haunts the cemetery and that a curse will befall those who visit her gravesite. In some stories, Lottie was murdered, was a witch, or was run over by a car. Many tales abound, such as one that says shortly after her burial, thieves tried to dig up ...


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  • Haunted Battlefields of the South
    Thomas Freese Bryan Bush


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