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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. 



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