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Portlock

Alaska Ghost Town

Named after Capt Nathanial Portlock of the Royal Navy who landed here in 1787. The area had also been claimed by the Spanish and Russians until the US purchase of Alaska form Russia in 1867. A U.S. Post Office was opened at Portlock in 1921. While this was primarily a cannery town at that poin...

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Cypress Springs High School

Haunting in Cypress, Texas

This is a fairly new school built in 1998. They say that a construction worker died while building the school and his body was left in the schools foundation and was never found. Noises are heard in the bathrooms. January 2006 Additional information: In the auditorium (theater) cold spots have...

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"Goat Mans Grave"

Haunting in Rolla, Missouri

Is supposedly haunted by the "Goat Man" and others, reported policeman have been spotted appearing out of no-where and then disappearing out of nowhere. There are a lot of scary stories about this place that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up!! It is pretty freaky! take it from the...

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Blanchard Cemetery

Haunting in Blanchard, Oklahoma

You walk in and you come to the second section of the cemetery and there will be three trees int he middle of the second section go to the left side of the section and you are more than likely to see a tall figure of a man with black pants and mostly what you can see is his hands and his pants...

There is no logical explanation for this figure no shadows etc. because we checked it out with our vans lights nothing there, the figure also waves. Also there was a light that got bright and then slowly dimmed. 


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The Capitol Building

Haunting in Lincoln, Nebraska

is haunted by the maintenance man that changed the light bulb on top fell and died now haunts the fourteenth floor. The storage levels the stairs that lead up to them are haunted by a worker that worked there way back in the day she was afraid of heights but to do her job for the money cause s...

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The Nebraska State Capitol Nebraska State Capitol, Senate chamber door. Nebraska State Capitol Rotunda floor Details: Reconstruction of an ammonite by mosaicist Hildreth Meiere


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