5 Of North Dakota’s Most Evil And Haunted Places
Let's not pretend we don't all have a morbid sense of curiosity. We watch crime documentaries and gory murder shows while eating our morning fruit loops. We like exploring the unknown, solving mysteries and getting a sense for what's truly out there. We like the adrenaline rush of being scared too. That's why haunted houses are so popular.
Surprisingly enough, North Dakota has quite a few places that are rumored to be home to the paranormal. I did a deep dive into some of the most interesting stories. With spooky season right around the corner, I thought I'd put together a list of some of the state's darkest, creepiest, and most intriguing places.
Top 5 Haunted & Evil Places
I'm sure I left some folklore and bits and pieces out of some of these, but you'll get the gist of the situation here. Check out the list:
North Dakota's Most Haunted Places
Gallery Credit: Andi Ahne
Keep in mind this information was compiled from multiple sources. We can't say for certain that any place is haunted or home to evil, so this is just speculation and rumor. That said, these places don't get this kind of reputation for no reason... right?
So, What Do You Think?
If you're like me, you want to immediately check out these places in person, for yourself. I'll admit, I would love to moonlight as a ghost hunter. *Sigh* maybe someday...
Anyway, next up, I'll be putting together a list of North Dakota's Urban Legends; if you know of any, send them my way.
So I Creep
Explain this to me: why was I unable to write this story without the TLC song "Creep" playing in my head. The goal of bringing this up to pass along the song into your brain and out of mine. Sorry not sorry.