Shupic Park - City Park

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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 area.

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Geographic Information

Shupic Park
Eagle Butte, SD
United States

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45.0001007, -101.24086160000002
Dewey County, South Dakota
Nearest Towns:
Eagle Butte, SD (0.4 mi.)
North Eagle Butte, SD (0.4 mi.)
Green Grass, SD (11.8 mi.)
Dupree, SD (17.9 mi.)
Whitehorse, SD (25.4 mi.)
Isabel, SD (28.7 mi.)
La Plant, SD (30.4 mi.)
Timber Lake, SD (30.7 mi.)
Faith, SD (38.9 mi.)
Little Eagle, SD (51.3 mi.)


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