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The Ghosts of Seven Sisters Road

According to urban legend, one evening in the 1900s, a father snapped and hung each of his seven daughters from the limbs of seven trees along a country road in Nebraska. Another version is virtually the same except this time it's the angry son who hauled each of his seven sisters after a heated argument, one by one, out of the house and hung them on the seven trees that sit atop the seven hills on the road they lived on. Whether the story is true or not, the legend has persisted for over a hundred years and while the hills are either gone or eroded over that time, the road is still very much there. It sits about five miles south of Nebraska City and is now officially known as L Road. Local lore states that screams and/or groans of the sisters' disgruntled spirits can be heard in the otherwise quiet darkness, and the dimming of car lights - or cars simply stalling - while traveling on the road is common. Because I'm an amateur ghost hunter and happen to live fairly close to

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