Scotus, The Glowing Graveyard, and Museum Make State’s Ultimate Terrifying Road Trip

COLUMBUS – An online publication listed iconic Columbus locations as places to visit on “The Ultimate Terrifying Nebraska Road Trip”.

The road trip was mapped out by and is the second map the publication has put together regarding places considered to be haunted around the state. The road trip starts in Crofton at the Argo Hotel, before making it’s way south to Norfolk and the Norfolk Regional Center.

After leaving Norfolk, the road trip heads south to Columbus where it visits three separate locations. The publisher lists the Platte County Historical Museum first, and says a paranormal investigation team recorded “strange” experiences when they checked out the location in 2012.

The publisher says the next location is St. Patrick’s Cemetery, also known as the Glowing Graveyard, which is said to have glowing gravestones on night’s with a full moon. The final location lists in Columbus is Scotus Central Catholic High School, and they say the schools is said to be haunted by various spirits including a nun and former students.

The road trip goes on to visit 5 other locations throughout central Nebraska. The rest of the road trip and more details on the Columbus locations can be found here. 

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