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South Dakota
03-12-2010, 09:03 AM (This post was last modified: 03-12-2010 09:12 AM by Andrasta.)
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South Dakota
Bullock Hotel, Deadwood

Although sitting in the midst of what was once one of the wildest and most lawless towns in the west, the Bullock Hotel's ghost didn't experience a violent death as one might expect. The spirit of one-time sheriff Seth Bullock, who died from cancer at his home outside of Bullock.
Hotel Alex Johnson, Rapid City


Information about the hauntings of this lovely hotel can be found here.

Black Hills Area Paranormal Society (BHAPS) did an investigation at Hotel Alex Johnson and you can watch some of their investigation here via YouTube.

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03-12-2010, 09:14 PM
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RE: South Dakota
(03-12-2010 09:03 AM)Andraste Wrote:  Bullock Hotel, Deadwood

Although sitting in the midst of what was once one of the wildest and most lawless towns in the west, the Bullock Hotel's ghost didn't experience a violent death as one might expect. The spirit of one-time sheriff Seth Bullock, who died from cancer at his home outside of Bullock.
Hotel Alex Johnson, Rapid City


Information about the hauntings of this lovely hotel can be found here.

Black Hills Area Paranormal Society (BHAPS) did an investigation at Hotel Alex Johnson and you can watch some of their investigation here via YouTube.

Sweet...I've never been to the middle of nowhere! *sarcasm*

I've never been to this hotel, I wanna go now. lol
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03-12-2010, 09:43 PM
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RE: South Dakota
(03-12-2010 09:14 PM)super.fantastik Wrote:  
(03-12-2010 09:03 AM)Andraste Wrote:  Bullock Hotel, Deadwood

Although sitting in the midst of what was once one of the wildest and most lawless towns in the west, the Bullock Hotel's ghost didn't experience a violent death as one might expect. The spirit of one-time sheriff Seth Bullock, who died from cancer at his home outside of Bullock.
Hotel Alex Johnson, Rapid City


Information about the hauntings of this lovely hotel can be found here.

Black Hills Area Paranormal Society (BHAPS) did an investigation at Hotel Alex Johnson and you can watch some of their investigation here via YouTube.

Sweet...I've never been to the middle of nowhere! *sarcasm*

I've never been to this hotel, I wanna go now. lol
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Absolutely fascinating story, thank you. I love the architecture of the building and the rock-faced fireplace is lovely. I also want to visit this place, with my luck, I will most likely never see the ghosts.

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03-16-2010, 09:24 PM
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RE: South Dakota
Here's about 40 other haunted places in SoDak~
Shadowlands Haunted Index - South Dakota
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03-12-2016, 01:46 PM
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RE: South Dakota
I am planning a Haunted locations road trip from California to South Dakota this spring, I will definitely do the Alex Johnson and the Bullock in Deadwood. I am mainly using a really great haunted travel guide that I just got on Amazon by Marie Catherine Tiel. If anyone is looking for a haunted travel guide I totally recommend this one, it is the best I found.

I also want to go to some places that are a little off the beaten path... some seriously adventure. Does anyone know of anything?
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