It costs money to be a respectful, successful cemetery. They actually have to conduct a regular and brisk business in … More
This is my collection of ghost stories from North Omaha.
Fort Omaha was opened in 1878. Home to thousands of US Army troops over a century of service, many people … More
In the month of October 2015, I was invited to participate in Q98’s After Dark Halloween special with JT and … More
More than just an expedient way to move water, gas and electricity around their massive campus, there were once tunnels … More
Prospect Hill Cemetery was not Omaha’s first cemetery. This article explores that, and shares information about the city’s actual first cemeteries, including a few others lost to time.
“Where are my children? Are they buried in that tomb?” H. P. Stanwood was an early and popular sculptor and … More
There is a lot of misunderstanding about what happens at Hummel Park. A lot of it comes from racism, a … More
Since before the Nebraska Territory was founded in 1854, executions including lynchings, shootings and hangings happened in Omaha. The Omaha … More
There are places in Omaha where ghosts, legends and history come alive. With mysterious burial sites, whispy hauntings and grand memorial trees, the pioneer graveyard called Prospect Hill Cemetery may be the most haunted of all. Read on to learn more…