Wahpeton, North Dakota48 miles from Traverse County, MN
Fort Abercrombie, built in 1858, was the first military settlement in North Dakota. In 1862, it was besieged by Sioux Indians for over six weeks; four soldiers were killed and two were wounded.
Eden, South Dakota51.6 miles from Traverse County, MN
Fort Sisseton State Park is said to be haunted. Witnesses here have described strange lights and a feeling of uneasiness.
Alexandria, Minnesota53.3 miles from Traverse County, MN
The former Old Broadway Food and Spirits, reported to be empty and for sale, is rumored to be haunted. Past employees say inside the building they have experienced cold chills, an apparition of a phantom bartender that shows up on a security camera or in mirrors, and moving objects, such ...
Gary, South Dakota67.5 miles from Traverse County, MN
Patrons have heard the ghostly laughter of a child who lived at the historic hotel when it was a blind school. Others have reported hearing footsteps on the upper floor of the building when no one is around. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
New York Mills, Minnesota73.5 miles from Traverse County, MN
New York Mills Regional Cultural Center was built in 1885 and has a ghost, or maybe two. Staff members have felt an unseen presence and heard a disembodied voice speaking, or two voices having a conversation. As well, footsteps have been heard walking on the center's wood floors when no ...
Fargo, North Dakota75.7 miles from Traverse County, MN
Legends surrounding the Riverside Cemetery say that those who put a recording device on top of one particular mausoleum will record strange knocking sounds coming from inside. Other electronic voice phenomena have been collected here as well.
Moorhead, Minnesota76.5 miles from Traverse County, MN
According to local legend, years ago a woman tried to jump onto a moving train but missed, and her body was dragged through the town. Her apparition is said to walk in the area with glowing red eyes.
Moorhead, Minnesota77 miles from Traverse County, MN
Moorhead State University's Weld Hall has a legend or two that explain its ghost. Depending on whom you hear the story from, either a construction worker, a janitor, or a maintenance man fell to his death off of a roof, a ladder, or a spiral staircase. His apparition has been ...
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