Lion House

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This historic house is a private residence and has been undergoing renovations for almost two decades. A previous owner killed his wife and children, before sealing the house and hanging himself in an upstairs bedroom. Visitors to the home have reported furniture moving around by itself and barricading rooms, and seeing the figure of a man hanging in the master bedroom.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
35 West 4th Street
Dickinson, ND
United States

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GPS:
46.882819, -102.78550899999999
County:
Stark County, North Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Dickinson, ND (0.3 mi.)
South Heart, ND (9.8 mi.)
Gladstone, ND (10.4 mi.)
Taylor, ND (17.1 mi.)
Belfield, ND (19.6 mi.)
Richardton, ND (22.2 mi.)
Manning, ND (24.0 mi.)
New England, ND (24.1 mi.)
Dunn Center, ND (33.4 mi.)
Regent, ND (33.7 mi.)

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Comments (7)

  1. I used to live 2 blocks away and walked passed this house every night. I always had a bad feeling as I walked by, and on a few occasions saw transparent figures in the windows.

  2. Christine Biel  |  

    I lived in the “Lion House” in one of the upstairs apartments and nothing strange ever happened. I had two cats and they never acted weird. They did catch a bat once in the attic. My mom said a guy did hang himself while living there, but it was in the detached garage. The girl living in the other apartment said she never experienced anything weird either.

  3. Nathan Widdicombe  |  

    I would love to talk to whomever about doing a paranormal investigation at this location, to see if once and for all this house that has been a legend for years is truly haunted. An entire night in the house from dusk until dawn.

  4. I walked past one night in 2012, I tried to set one of the lions up that was knocked over. Within 2 hours I had a heart attack and was immediatley transported to Bismarck for surgery.

  5. We spent more time trying to fix broken windows and smashed in doors from vandals and “ghost seekers” than we did on the renovation of the property. It’s sites like these that fan the flames of lies and rumors that cause people like us to spent hundreds of dollars a year protecting our property. What gives you people the right to trespass and break into a residence just because it’s not occupied, looking for thrills. Sold it two years ago…couldn’t handle the vandalism anymore. New owner also has had break-ins, kicked down doors and broken windows…sad. d

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