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Top-10 Most Haunted Places in North Dakota

North Dakota is home to numerous haunted places where extremely weird and even terrifying things happen.

Below you will find 10 places in  North Dakota guaranteed to make you hesitate your next visit.

 1. St. Joseph’s Hospital (Dickinson)

St. Joseph’s Hospital staff has given information that ghostly acts have been experienced in the hospital’s varied areas. It has been noted that the elevator that goes to the morgue operates on its own. Many times, in the cafeteria ghostly voices are heard. There have also been reports of running footsteps in the basement.St. Joseph’s Hospital (Dickinson)

St. Joseph’s Hospital staff has given information that ghostly acts have been experienced in the hospital’s varied areas. It has been noted that the elevator that goes to the morgue operates on its own. Many times, in the cafeteria ghostly voices are heard. There have also been reports of running footsteps in the basement

2. Harvey Public Library (Harvey)

Witnesses at Harvey Public Library have seen glittering lights, unexplained computer issues and missing objects. The naughty ghost responsible for all this mess is thought to be a lady called Sophie. Sophie resided on the library’s site when her husband murdered her using a hammer, at the beginning of 1930s.

3. North Dakota State University

It is thought that a man who committed suicide by hanging himself from a pipe in Ceres Hall in the course of World War II haunts the place. A lot of individuals feel a weird presence near them while inside Minard Hall, which at one time was believed to be the scene of two murders.

4. The Children’s Museum (Yunker Farm)

This children’s museum is found in a farmhouse made of brick which was constructed in 1876. There was a belief that Elizabeth Yunker’s ghost had been sighted upstairs, where children engaged in activities.

The ghost of a young kid who passed on a long time back in the ancient well has been sighted standing near the same well. At times also, the elevator operates without prompt!

5. Fort Abraham Lincoln Custer House (Mandan)

General Custer lost his life in 1876 at the Battle of Little Big Horn. Therefore, he and his wife did not enjoy their house which was newly constructed, together for a lengthy period.
At Custer House, numerous witnesses have said they heard ghostly voices, saw doors open and close of their own accord and lights going on and off. The ghost of Mrs. Custer has even been sighted, dressed in black mourning attire…

6. Medora Fudge & Ice Cream Depot (Medora)

It is believed that a lady haunts Medora Fudge & Ice Cream Depot. She just makes one appearance each year on her birthday.

Medora haunted ice cream and fudge parlor
Haunted Ice Cream Parlor

 

7. Old Armory (Williston)

The year 1915 saw the construction of an Old Armory in North Dakota. According to witnesses, mannequins have been seen throughout the campsite moving about unaided. Also, some have even reported hearing ghostly whispers when no one else was around.

8. Totten Trail Historic Inn (Saint Michael)

This remarkable inn was at one time utilized by officers as well as their families as living quarters at the end of the 19th century. Witnesses say that while inside the inn, they saw ghosts from the corner of their eye trailing them.  A lady and gent lost their lives at the inn before it was rebuilt and there is a belief that these ghosts are them visiting time, and time again so they won’t be forgotten.

9. Liberty Memorial Building (Bismarck)

It is alleged that a ghost haunts Liberty Memorial Building. This ghost is also known as ‘Stack Monster.’  Witnesses say that they saw a male ghost and heard ghostly footsteps. At times, employees hear a person calling their name out, although no other person is present.

10. Chateau De Mores (Medora)

Chateau De Mores once housed Marquis De Mores together with Medora, his wife. Here, visitors might come across more that its initial furnishings. According to witnesses, they have seen unusual lights glimmer on and off. A lot of visitors claim to have also felt cold spots throughout the chateau.