Isabel Post Office

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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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200 Main St
Isabel, SD 57633
United States

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45.39486800136961, -101.4303261637906
Dewey County, South Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Isabel, SD (0.1 mi.)
Timber Lake, SD (17.4 mi.)
Green Grass, SD (17.9 mi.)
Dupree, SD (25.4 mi.)
Whitehorse, SD (27.8 mi.)
North Eagle Butte, SD (28.6 mi.)
Eagle Butte, SD (28.8 mi.)
Bullhead, SD (30.7 mi.)
Little Eagle, SD (36.0 mi.)
McIntosh, SD (36.6 mi.)


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  1. My Grandma and mom worked at this Post Office for years. I’ve been in this place hundreds of times and at all times of the day and night and NEVER HEARD OR SAW ANYTHING. If there are apparitions or pranksters just say Hi to my relatives.

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