ND Posted in North Dakota August 25, 2016 by Catherine Rees Here Are The 8 Best Places To Spot A Ghost In North Dakota Some people don’t want to see ghosts; some don’t believe they exist. Others actively seek out the paranormal – hoping to spot a ghost. Here’s where to look. 1. The Children's Museum at Yunker Farm The Children's Museum at Yunker Farm/Facebook Many years ago, a child fell to her death in a well on the property. Visitors to the Children's Museum often claim to see her standing next to the well. It's also believed that Elizabeth Yunker still inhabits the property; people see her on the upper level of the home. 2. Harvey Public Library Google A ghost named Sophie haunts the Harvey Public Library. She once lived on site at the library, but her husband murdered her with a hammer in the 1930s. Librarians and patrons believe that Sophie plays with the lights and computers and move objects around when no one's looking. 3. Fort Abraham Lincoln Custer House Mark Goebel/flickr General Custer and his wife built this house in 1874, but he didn't reside there for long - he was killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876. Many people think that Custer's wife, Libbie, haunts the home today. Several have seen here, wearing black mourning clothes. Others hear voices, and doors open and close by themselves. 4. Medora Fudge & Ice Cream Tracy J/Yelp The town of Medora is supposedly full of spirits - ask a local to tell you where to look. One such spot is Medora Fudge and Ice Cream, where a woman appears every year on her birthday. 5. North Dakota State University, Ceres Hall North Dakota State University/Facebook Hang out for very long in Ceres Hall and you may see one or more ghosts. A man hung himself from a heating duct on the third floor during World War II. He supposedly wanders the halls on that floor now. The basement is another location in the building with paranormal happenings - students and faculty hear noises and feel unsettled. 6. North Dakota State University, Minard Hall North Dakota State University/Facebook Minard Hall was built in 1901, and the fourth floor was originally a ballroom. One morning, a janitor found two people dead there in what may have been a double homicide. The ghosts of those people are said to haunt the building today. 7. VIP Room Restaurant Google People can't seem to agree on the personality of the spirit that haunts the building where the VIP Room Restaurant is located. Some say that it's a dark, scary man who lurks in the basement. Others say it's a friendly woman wearing a veil. Perhaps more than one ghost lives in this historic building? 8. Empire Arts Center Empire Arts Center/Facebook The Empire Arts Center was build in 1919. A recent paranormal investigation showed three spirits living here. Patrons see them roaming the halls and the lights often flicker. Take our Haunted Road Trip to see some of these places, and many more!