Haunted Places in Stanley, North Dakota



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    New Town Railroad Tracks

    New Town, North Dakota

    23.8 miles from Stanley, ND

    Rumor has it that those who walk along the railroad tracks at night may be followed by mysterious bright-red lights. The lights are said to disappear once the walker reaches Main Street.


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    Roche Percee Mines

    North Portal, Saskatchewan

    50.1 miles from Stanley, ND

    The Roche Percee Mines, once the site of labor strikes and grisly murders, are said to be haunted by Aboriginal spirits called rugaroos who can change into animals. Some visitors claim to have seen red eyes or even these spirits appear and change before their eyes. It is said that ...


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    Old Armory

    Williston, North Dakota

    57.8 miles from Stanley, ND

    Built in 1915, the Old Armory is said to be haunted. Some folks claim the mannequins move aroung and unintelligible whispers are heard here. Rumor has it that a former staircase in the basement, now sealed, is guarded by the apparition of a soldier.


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    Stoneyend Supper Club

    Garrison, North Dakota

    65.5 miles from Stanley, ND

    The ghost of a man was killed when he lived in the former Stoney End building haunts the supper club, moving objects, turning lights on and off, and occasionally showing up as an apparition. Some locals even have seen the ghost on the road outside.


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    Prairie Hills Mall

    Dickinson, North Dakota

    99.6 miles from Stanley, ND

    Local legend has it that a ghost haunts the mall. A shadowy figure has been reported walking around inside the mall after closing time. When police are called to investigate, no one is around.


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    St. Joseph's Hospital

    Dickinson, North Dakota

    100.6 miles from Stanley, ND

    Employees have reported ghostly activity from many different areas at this hospital. The elevator to the morgue runs up and down by itself; moaning and voices are heard in the cafeteria; and call buttons are activated from empty rooms. Laughing and the sound of running footsteps have been reported in ...


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    Lion House

    Dickinson, North Dakota

    100.8 miles from Stanley, ND

    This historic house is a private residence and has been undergoing renovations for almost two decades. A previous owner killed his wife and children, before sealing the house and hanging himself in an upstairs bedroom. Visitors to the home have reported furniture moving around by itself and barricading rooms, and ...


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    Cannington Manor

    Parkman, Saskatchewan

    100.8 miles from Stanley, ND

    The Cannington Manor Provincial Park historic site is a Victorian village that was settled by the British over a century ago. Now it offers fox hunts, croquet, cricket and more themed activities along with period demonstrations and costumed staff. Some say one of the mansions is haunted by the woman ...


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    Rough Riders Hotel

    Medora, North Dakota

    110.3 miles from Stanley, ND

    A little boy is believed to haunt one of the top-floor rooms of this 1884 hotel. His laughter has been heard, and he likes to flush the toilet when no one is in the room.


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    Medora Fudge and Ice Cream Depot

    Medora, North Dakota

    110.4 miles from Stanley, ND

    The ghost who haunts this sweetshop, believed to be a woman, is said to appear only once a year: on her birthday. The shop is said to remain unnaturally cold, even in summer.


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    Chateau De Mores

    Medora, North Dakota

    110.7 miles from Stanley, ND

    Once the home of Marquis de Mores and his wife Medora, the historic chateau is open for tours, but guests may see more than its original furnishings. The chateau is said to be haunted by a female apparition and some strange lights that come on when no one is in ...


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    Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital

    Weyburn, Saskatchewan

    115.4 miles from Stanley, ND

    Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital opened in 1921, the area's largest and most expensive building at the time. Apparitions of former patients are said to wander in the building, the grounds and even the tree branches. Screams, bangs, odd lights and shadow figures have been reported by witnesses.


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