San Haven Sanatorium

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The sanitorium, built in 1909 as a hospital for tuberculosis sufferers, once held over 900 patients, but is now closed. Rumor has it that an exploring trespasser died here when he fell down an elevator shaft. The sound of ghostly babies crying and apparitions in the windows have been reported.

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Geographic Information

Address:
98th St NE
San Haven, ND
United States

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GPS:
48.83528958951565, -100.0419582725226
County:
Rolette County, North Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Dunseith, ND (1.8 mi.)
East Dunseith, ND (2.4 mi.)
Shell Valley, ND (8.5 mi.)
Overly, ND (11.7 mi.)
Belcourt, ND (13.5 mi.)
Rolette, ND (15.1 mi.)
Saint John, ND (16.8 mi.)
Bottineau, ND (18.4 mi.)
Rolla, ND (19.3 mi.)
Willow City, ND (19.7 mi.)

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  1. I’m going to this place in the summer I’ll let you guys know what I find. It should be…Fun in its own way. Any advise would be loved. Places I should investigate or anything like that. Thanks

    My email is
    Isoblock2@gmail.com

    • Go to the fith floor park in the front. The time i was up there i will never forget beware of something thats as loud as thunder sounds like white noise at first then as it gets closer sounds like a horse carriage. Also half your photos may not get developed, you may hear your name, nurses talking behind your back, vertigo, feeling like your spinning around in a circle or being pushed to the ground or pushed period, you may feel sick the air is way different in there, handprints on you, clothing being pulled, stay away from the elevator shafts, but definitely check out the fifth floor roof at night time and take lots of pictures what you will find will be disturbing as fuck on them. There are alot of demons that lurk there do not mistake them for troubled spirits, out of all the pictures i took there was a ton of demons and only one green orb most negatives didn’t even come back, make sure you bring sweetgrass with you. One last thing i dont know for sure but i suspect since the place closed down that black masses may have taken place with all the demonic presence there, they may follow you home like they did me and drain your car batteries

      • For those of us too far away to check this place out, what was on the roof of the fifth floor? and how did you know those things were demons?

  2. Have an old autograph book that was written in by residents 1929-1931. There has been several strange incidents involving the book..

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