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South Dakota Web Roundup
Oct 19, 2012
|Do restless spirits walk in Deadwood's Mount Moriah Cemetery, final resting place of Seth Bullock, Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and others? Photo by Bernie Hunhoff.|
As Halloween approaches, South Dakota events get a little darker…a little more ominous. Be warned — the following goings-on are not for the faint of heart.
- If you dare, endure “a chilling experience of sound and motion” Saturday night, as the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra and Rapid City area dance studios perform their Danse Macabre.
- Join paranormal investigators as they explore the dark secrets of Deadwood’s Adams House.
- Beware of mad scientists as they wreak havoc at the 1890 School, Haunted Forest and Big Thunder Gold Mine during the Haunting of Keystone this weekend and next.
- Wander through the old graves of Pierre’s historic Riverside Cemetery with historian Ken Stewart on Sunday.
- Stroll around spooky downtown Aberdeen on a haunted walking tour next Tuesday.
- Hear tales of terror and trickery straight from the mouths of the Black Hills Storytellers in Deadwood.
But let’s be honest. Nothing strikes bone-chilling, mind-numbing terror in the hearts of many South Dakotans like that notorious Scandinavian delicacy — lutefisk. The first feed of the season is tonight at Nordic Hall in Sioux Falls.