Haunted Places in North Dakota

Haunted Places in North Dakota
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from entire towns harboring ghostly underworlds to Knowles Kirsten haunted by long-lost witches the Peace Garden State is brimming with the supernatural and old hills stories that will chill your bones which is why the speakeasy is bringing you our list of the most haunted places in North Dakota starting with number 10 the railroad tracks the railroad tracks in Newtown have become the stuff of local legend due to frequent paranormal occurrences making them the perfect place to start off this countdown those who walk the tracks especially at night report extreme temperature changes shadowy apparitions and the feeling of being watched the most famous occurrence here is a ghostly red light that floats along the tracks and throughout the treetops it has been known to chase people so if you stop by to explore this hotspot be careful number 9 Dickinson North Dakota the town of Dickinson was founded in 1881 and has become notorious for several spooky hauntings throughout the years and the MacGillivray house activity is so strong that it was under renovation for 20 years due to the fact that owners kept moving before they were complete at st. Joseph's Hospital patients and staff report disembodied voices call buttons pressed from empty rooms and the morgue elevator acting as if it has a mind of its own also reported throughout town as a tall shadowy figure that has been known to follow lone Walker's at night it has frightened some to such a degree that police were called and searches held for this ominous being number 8 white lady Lane a hundred and thirty second Street and Leroy runs four miles crossing the Pembina River and has been dubbed white lady Lane by locals over the years those brave enough to walk the stretch at night report otherworldly lights floating amongst the fields and trees orbs and photographs and the feeling of being watched the most famous apparition here is the ghost of a young woman in a white dress believed to be the spirit of a woman who was murdered by a peddler denied her hand in marriage she is usually seen walking the road near the bridge a sad look on her face number seven Bismarck North Dakota the city of Bismarck was founded in 1872 and plays host to several haunted hotspots worth checking out at the Apple Creek Country Club the spirit of a former chef appears and disappears randomly seemingly unaware of the living in the peacock alley bar the spirits of several guests who passed inside the connected Patterson hotel liked to swing in for drinks finally the governor's mansion is said to be haunted by the ghost of governor Briggs who died in the master bite room he is reported to cause doors to open and close on their own curtains to pull and disembodied voices and footsteps throughout the halls the mansion is so haunted in fact that the butler refuses to sleep inside the house alone preferring a hammock outside instead number 6 blocked tongue hell black tongue hell is located about 15 miles south of Fort Yates and has an absolutely terrifying local legend surrounding it it's said to be haunted by the ghost of lady black tongue a woman who used to live on the hill before being struck and killed by a car on her walk home it was believed that she was a witch or demon and it said that she materializes to this day in the form of a woman shrouded in black those brave enough to climb the hill at night have reported the smells of cauterized flesh and sulfur disembodied footsteps and shrieks in the night number 5 North Dakota State University in DSU in Fargo was founded in 1890 and holds several haunted hotspots on campus in Cerys Hall a man hung himself during World War 2 and his translucent body can be seen hanging from that very water pipe every so often in the basement a nasty presence is said to instill fear while the second floor is plagued by another dark entity that is known for scaring students in Minard Hall there was a double murder and it said that the spirits remain causing orbs in photographs objects to move on their own and the feeling of an unseen presence directly behind those who are alone number four san Haven sanatorium thus an even sanatorium in dunseith was originally built in 1909 to meet the need of the rising tuberculosis epidemic and is widely considered one of the most haunted sanatoriums in the u.s. staff patients and visitors throughout the years have reported disembodied whispers throughout the halls and an explicable feeling of terror and the full-bodied apparitions of doctors and some very disturbed patients the ghost of a teenager that was exploring and fell down an elevator shaft is also seen occasionally a sad look on his face also reported are the sounds of ghostly babies crying figures and windows and mirrors and the sounds of chains and screams at night number three the University of North Dakota the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks was founded in 1883 and harbors multiple haunts that make it the perfect College if you're interested in the paranormal in the women's dorm the spirit of a girl who got locked out in the winter and froze to death can be seen clawing at the window her skin completely blue in the computer labs students report whiffs of strange perfume strange gusts of wind when all the windows are closed and the feeling of being constantly watched lastly in stature Hall a ghostly arm can be seen opening doors and moving things about number two the Younger Farm Children's Museum the Younger Farm Children's Museum in Fargo was originally built in 1876 and was the first brick house built in the Dakota Territory both the farm and the museum are said to be hotspots for the paranormal and all presences are known to be friendly and welcoming the spirit of John Junger is commonly seen attending the grounds smile on his face well as the Beth likes to appear to and converse with visitors especially to comfort children who are lost or separated from their parents number one Medora North Dakota the town of Medora North Dakota was founded in 1883 and may look small but it's packing some of the largest hauntings and legends we've ever heard of at the fudge and ice cream depot the chill is mysteriously amplified from time to time making it too cold for anyone to stay inside the building the extreme temperature changes thought to be the work of a ghostly woman who is often seen in reflections and rounding corners the Roughriders Motel was built in 1884 and is said to attract the spirits of Theodore Roosevelt and his legendary writers who can be heard hooting and hollering at night a ghostly little boy has been seen on the top floor accompanied by the sounds of children playing and footsteps lastly chateau de Moraes was built in 1883 and is said to house the ghosts of antoine de vil ambrosia and his wife Medora antoine is often seen inside the house and has been known to move objects as well as murmur audibly while Medora is said to haunt the grounds outside appearing especially on foggy cold nights she is said to cause a sudden feeling of panic or terror and sometimes appears as a ghostly smoke several have reported being chased by shadowy figures who have in turn scratched pushed or hit them with the overwhelming variety of reports stemming from Medora and reports of actual physical attacks at chateau de Moraes it's no wonder we chose it as our pick for the most haunted place in North Dakota there you have it those were our picks for the most haunted places in North Dakota if you enjoyed this video don't forget to subscribe to our Channel click the like button down below and share it with all of your friends there's plenty more to come until next time



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