Haunted Places in Redwood County, Minnesota

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    Vicksburg Cemetery

    Renville, Minnesota

    18 miles from Redwood County, MN

    Vicksburg Cemetery is said to have a glowing tombstone whose grave sports bleeding flowers in spring.

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    Lambrecht's Gift Store

    New Ulm, Minnesota

    39.6 miles from Redwood County, MN

    This gift store is housed in a historic building, which has a darker history in relation to the murder of a woman that occurred in the building many years before. The apparition of a pale-faced woman with a terrified expression has been seen knocking on the window of the ...

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    Old Taunton Catholic Cemetery

    Taunton, Minnesota

    41.9 miles from Redwood County, MN

    Reports say that the apparition of a 12-year-old girl in a rocking chair was seen rocking next to her grave.

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    Harrington-Merrill House

    Hutchinson, Minnesota

    54.9 miles from Redwood County, MN

    Built around 1820, the house is said to be haunted by a Native American Sioux named Little Crow and his son, who were both shot by a farmer while spending the night in the house. Some reports say the son was not killed.

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    Ness Church

    Litchfield, Minnesota

    57.5 miles from Redwood County, MN

    Legends of ghostly Sioux Indians and a little girl named Annie surround this church. Some say the church lights come on and apparitions can be seen around the grounds.

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    Pipestone County Museum

    Pipestone, Minnesota

    59.6 miles from Redwood County, MN

    Housed in a building that was once the city hall, the museum is said to be haunted by the ghost of a little blonde girl who appears wearing a blue 19th-century dress and white apron. Footsteps and stomping are also heard, and reports say the ghost of the old doctor ...

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    Calumet Historic Hotel

    Pipestone, Minnesota

    59.6 miles from Redwood County, MN

    This historic hotel was erected during the nineteenth century to serve as a railroad stopover for the railway industry which at the time was the lifeblood of the township. The hotel featured two especially haunted rooms, which are always in demand by paranormal investigators and enthusiasts visiting the very ...

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    Loon Lake Cemetery

    Jackson, Minnesota

    61.1 miles from Redwood County, MN

    Loon Lake Cemetery is said to be haunted--and dangerous. According to local lore, three witches were violently executed and were buried here, but not before threatening to curse anyone who desecrated their graves. Mary Jane, beheaded in 1881, was said to be the most powerful of the witches. Legend has ...

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    660th Ave - Gravity Hill

    Watkins, Minnesota

    69.1 miles from Redwood County, MN

    One of those mysterious gravity-defying sites, legend has it that if you go there and put your car in neutral on the level road, you will be pulled backward. Some witnesses say they have suffered from headaches while on this road.

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    Palace Theatre

    Luverne, Minnesota

    70.2 miles from Redwood County, MN

    The Palace Theater was built by Herman Jochims in 1915, and his wife Maude played piano to accompany the silent films shown there. Her ghost is said to remain here playing the pipe organ, even though it no longer works. Both Herman and Maude have been seen as apparitions, and ...

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    Oak Hill Cemetery

    Estherville, Iowa

    72.3 miles from Redwood County, MN

    A couple of spooky stories surround this cemetery's hill, and the fact that your car, when put in neutral, will seem to travel up it by itself. According to one story, a car full of football players was in an accident here when the car stalled. While they were pushing ...