Blackbird Hill - Real Anderson Haunted Place
- Anderson, NE
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- Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)
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Blackbird Hill is the burial site of Omaha Indian Chief Blackbird. He is said to be buried here, sitting upright on his horse. The grounds are believed to be haunted and stories say that in 1804, famed explored Lewis and Clark visited the gravesite, leaving behind decorations to commemorate him. The ghost who is said to linger here is that of a woman who was murdered in 1849. She was supposedly waiting for her lover who never returned, so she married someone else. When her old lover later returned, they planned to meet at Blackbird Hill, where she confessed her love for him. The jealous husband found out and killed her with his hunting knife. On October 17th, locals say her screams can be hearing coming from the hill.
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