If you love ghost stories and things that go bump in the night, then you’ll love our list of haunted locations across The Peace Garden State. With plenty of paranormal places, this is one spooky destination. So, if you are a ghost hunter or supernatural savant looking for a ghoulishly good time, here are some of the most haunted places in North Dakota.
7 Most Haunted Places in North Dakota
1. Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Mandan
Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park is located 7 miles south of Mandan. Officials established it in 1907 making it the oldest state park in North Dakota. One of the most haunted parts of the park is the Custer House, once the home of General Custer. Apparently, the general’s good wife roams the building. She wears a black dress and slams doors as she moves about. Others believe that Custer himself roams the grounds, too. You might also see ghosts dressed in blue who are soldiers who never got mortally discharged from duty.
2. Riverside Cemetary, Fargo
3. The Children’s Museum at Yunker Farm, Fargo
The Children’s Museum at Yunker Farm is housed in a brick farmhouse that dates back to 1976. The ghost of Elizabeth Yunker haunts the building. Witnesses claim she hangs around upstairs close to where most of the interactive activities take place. Other visitors to the museum report seeing a young child standing by a well. This is believed to be the ghost of a child who died in the well many years ago.
4. Stairway to Hell, Tagus
5. Medora Fudge Ice Cream Depot, Medora
Though this location sounds sweet, it is really haunted. The Medora Fudge and Ice Cream Depot is home to one ghost. She lives inside the building but only appears once a year on her birthday. However, witness say that there is paranormal activity all year round. There are reports of unnatural cold spots and strange noises in the small store.
6. NDSU Campus, Fargo
Two ghosts separately haunt two halls at NDSU. A man who hung himself from a heating pipe within the building haunts Ceres Hall. Students have reported seeing lights on entire floors going out and feeling a strange eerie presence. The most haunted areas of the building are the basement and the third floor. Over at Minard Hall, students report uneasy in the building at times for seemingly no reason. Apparently, a double homicide once took place at the site of the building.