Built in 1910 and in operation from 1910-1947, the Rio Grande Train Depot (which is now the home of the Utah State Historical Society) is known for a few hauntings and apparitions.
Located in one of the oldest buildings in Rapid City, this pizza joint and sports bar is said to be haunted by John "Hooky Jack" Leary. Leary was a former policeman and night watchman who lived in the building above, until his death in 1928. Patrons have reported seeing his apparition looking out the glass door. Other strange occurrences include, chairs and pool balls moving on their own, and the sound of voices and footsteps.
A four-year public university in Aberdeen, SD, Northern State University, is not only home to several college students, but also to some ghosts.
Built during the Roaring Twenties, Hotel Alex Johnson is one of the nation's top haunted hotels, and is home to a few ghostly inhabitants.
Built for tuberculosis sufferers in 1909, at one point this sanatorium had over 900 patients. Currently closed, there are still reports of sounds of babies crying and apparitions being seen in the windows. There even is a rumor that a trespasser plummeted to his death here, by falling down an elevator shaft.
This beautiful chateau in Medora was once the home of Marquis de Mores, and is now open to the public for tours. Many sightseers have reported seeing a female apparition amongst the historic building, and have witnessed lights turn on and off with no one around. Some have also reported feeling cold spots throughout the chateau.