Mount Rushmore Brewing Company - Hill City Harley Davidson

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Formerly a restaurant and now a Harley-Davidson store, this building is no stranger to the spooky: It was once a funeral home and crematory. Reports say the crematory is still visible in the basement, and employees say objects move and strange noises are heard here. When the place housed pool tables, the pool balls could be seen and heard moving when no one was there.

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Geographic Information

349 Main St
Hill City, SD 57745
United States

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43.93161360912846, -103.57576739792421
Pennington County, South Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Hill City, SD (0.1 mi.)
Keystone, SD (8.2 mi.)
Custer, SD (11.5 mi.)
Johnson Siding, SD (12.6 mi.)
Colonial Pine Hills, SD (14.0 mi.)
Rapid City, SD (20.0 mi.)
Blackhawk, SD (20.2 mi.)
Hermosa, SD (20.2 mi.)
Summerset, SD (21.2 mi.)
Pringle, SD (22.3 mi.)


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