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Haunted Bullock Hotel in Deadwood

Haunted Bullock Hotel in Deadwood

Thank you to Remembering The Old West https://www.facebook.com/RememberTheWest for this story. 1876 saw the arrival of Seth Bullock and Sol Star to Deadwood, South Dakota. Moving their hardware store from Helena, Montana, they came in a an ox-drawn wagon piled high...

Haunted History Walking Tour in Deadwood

Haunted History Walking Tour in Deadwood

Discover the Legends & Lore of Deadwood's Haunted History Owned and operated by a local, long term resident historian, with an expertise in the history and ghostly happenings of Deadwood Gulch. Tour Information Tours start inside the left entry of the Old Style...

Jack O’Lanterns and The Tale Of Stingy Jack

Jack O’Lanterns and The Tale Of Stingy Jack

The Irish brought the tradition of carving pumpkins into Jack O'Lantern to America. But, the original Jack O'Lantern was not a pumpkin. Pumpkins did not exist in Ireland. Ancient Celtic cultures in Ireland carved turnips on All Hallow's Eve, and placed an ember in...

Candlelight Tours in the Broken Boot Gold Mine

Candlelight Tours in the Broken Boot Gold Mine

The Broken Boot Gold Mine will be returning for a limited time to offer Candlelight Tours over Halloween. Dates: October 26, 27, & 31 Times: 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00, 9:30 $10 per person - Ages 12 & Up - Limited tour sizes Message us on our Facebook page...

Haunted Fort, Fort Sisseton Historic State Park

Haunted Fort, Fort Sisseton Historic State Park

There are two sides of the Haunted Fort Sisseston - A Night of Scares and Terrors, and Kid Friendly and non-Scary for kids. See below for more information. Hosted by Roy Lake State Park, Sica Hollow State Park, and Fort Sisseton Historic State Park. A night of scares...

Lund Valley Farm

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