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October 27, 2010

HALLOWEEN 2010: A Map of Lincoln's Haunted Hotspots

Compiled by Hilary Stohs-Krause

You've probably heard of Clara, the music teacher who haunted Nebraska Wesleyan University, or the ghost of the little girl who wanders Hobbitsville House ... but what about the little boy shot at 20th and Washington streets? Or the distant chanting at Robber's Cave?

Use the map below to create your own tour of Lincoln's haunted hotspots -- click on the icons for a description of the supposed haunting. Listings are not "verified"; enter at your own risk. Some buildings are private residences, so if you decide to seek out the paranormal, please be respectful.

Happy hunting!

View Haunted Lincoln in a larger map

SOURCES: Shadowlands.net; Might Be Haunted; ,"Haunted Places: The National Directory," edited by Dennis William Hauck; and OmaHaunt


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Thanks for creating this! It's pretty awesome. I used to live by 20th & Washington and I tried to hear the little boy ghost once, with no luck!

This was a pretty cool idea.

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