Site of a “white lady” haunting, allegedly the ghost of a young woman who jumped or was thrown from the window of room 812. She is often seen wandering the halls in a white gown, and the room associated with her has numerous report of haunted activity, including the window opening of its own accord. Many of the haunting reports that involve the eighth floor however, are not linked solely to the white lady. Others have reported the ghost of a young girl, and some have reported seeing a man there as well. In any event, the eighth floor seems to be where all the action is, so if you dare to try your luck, that’s the floor you want to book.
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- 523 6th St
Rapid City, SD 57701
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- 44.0803392, -103.22743939999998
- Pennington County, South Dakota
- Nearest Towns:
- Rapid City, SD (0.2 mi.)
Rapid Valley, SD (4.2 mi.)
Ashland Heights, SD (6.1 mi.)
Blackhawk, SD (6.3 mi.)
Green Valley, SD (6.5 mi.)
Colonial Pine Hills, SD (6.7 mi.)
Box Elder, SD (8.2 mi.)
Summerset, SD (9.5 mi.)
Johnson Siding, SD (10.5 mi.)
Piedmont, SD (13.2 mi.)
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