Daneville Inn

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There are reports at this historic building of people seeing a strange glowing apparition floating through the main bar area when the building has closed down for the night. Strange noises and disembodied footsteps have also been heard when there is no one around. It is unclear whether the inn is still in operation.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

291st and South Main Street
Viborg, SD
United States

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43.1702782, -97.08158000000003
Turner County, South Dakota
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  1. The “Inn” is still operational however it is a local pizza shop/steakhouse open during normal business hours. FYI, their pizza is cooked in a brick oven and is amazing!

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