Garrison, North Dakota31.2 miles from Mercer County, ND
The ghost of a man was killed when he lived in the former Stoney End building haunts the supper club, moving objects, turning lights on and off, and occasionally showing up as an apparition. Some locals even have seen the ghost on the road outside.
Glen Ullin, North Dakota34.3 miles from Mercer County, ND
This bed and breakfast is an old-fashioned inn with a twist; the building houses a poltergeist who has been known to open and close doors. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Dickinson, North Dakota53.3 miles from Mercer County, ND
Local legend has it that a ghost haunts the mall. A shadowy figure has been reported walking around inside the mall after closing time. When police are called to investigate, no one is around.
Dickinson, North Dakota53.5 miles from Mercer County, ND
Employees have reported ghostly activity from many different areas at this hospital. The elevator to the morgue runs up and down by itself; moaning and voices are heard in the cafeteria; and call buttons are activated from empty rooms. Laughing and the sound of running footsteps have been reported in ...
Dickinson, North Dakota53.7 miles from Mercer County, ND
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 ...
New Town, North Dakota55.3 miles from Mercer County, ND
Rumor has it that those who walk along the railroad tracks at night may be followed by mysterious bright-red lights. The lights are said to disappear once the walker reaches Main Street.
Bismarck, North Dakota59.9 miles from Mercer County, ND
Haunted by a ghost referred to as the "Stack Monster". People claim to see a male apparition and hear ghostly footsteps. On occasion workers claim to hear their name called when no one else is present.
Mandan, North Dakota59.9 miles from Mercer County, ND
Fort Abraham Lincoln was built in 1872, and soon after that Lt. Col George Custer built his house. However, he and his wife Libby didn't get to enjoy it together for long, as the fateful Battle of Little Big Horn that took his life occurred in 1876. Here, witnesses report ...
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