Haunted Places in Ziebach County, South Dakota

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    In the meantime, here's a list of all haunted places within 100 miles of Ziebach County, South Dakota.

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    Shupic Park - City Park

    Eagle Butte, South Dakota

    20.8 miles from Ziebach County, SD

    A spooky local legend says that if you walk past the park late at night, you might hear the moaning and screams of a ghostly woman, one who was found frozen to death behind the nearby baseball field fence. Some folks claim to have seen her apparition walking in the ...

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    Isabel Post Office

    Isabel, South Dakota

    30.8 miles from Ziebach County, SD

    Stories have been told of ghostly reflections in the post office windows and of folks being locked inside the post office at night by prankish spirits.

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    Little Oak Road

    McLaughlin, South Dakota

    63.9 miles from Ziebach County, SD

    Locals tell of a spooky figure of a 6-foot-tall man who dances and jumps in the roadway. It looks at passersby with red glowing eyes, then disappears. This and other ghosts that appear on this stretch are said to be a result of the road being built overtop a former ...

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    Town of McLaughlin

    McLaughlin, South Dakota

    70.9 miles from Ziebach County, SD

    Yes, you read it right: The entire town of McLaughlin is haunted, locals say. Although many buildings in the town are said to be haunted, perhaps the most popular ghost story is that of the man who was in a car accident several decades ago. He lost his head, literally--it ...

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    Jackpot Bingo Hall - Bear Soldier Bingo

    McLaughlin, South Dakota

    71.2 miles from Ziebach County, SD

    A former employee reported hearing the ghostly sound of a baby crying and furniture moving on its own. Rumor has it that the hall was built on top of a former cemetery.