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The Definitive Guide To All Things Haunted And Creepy In Minnesota

Minnesota is no stranger to haunted places. In every region of the state, local legends tell of haunted houses, roads, and even asylums. These places are said to be teeming with ghosts, and many have spotted creepy apparitions on their grounds. Some of the stories tell of spirits looking for lost loved ones. Others tell of restless souls looking for revenge. It’s up to you to decide whether you believe in these stories – and whether you’re willing to risk experiencing the hauntings for yourself. But if you’re feeling brave, you’ll find a list of Minnesota’s most terrifying destinations below. Do you dare?


5 Creepy Facts About Minnesota

  1. The legendary live music venue First Avenue is a well-known haunted spot in Minnesota. Stories say that those who look in the 5th stall of the women’s bathroom may see the gruesome sight of a woman who has hung herself.
  2. Minnesota does not have many famous serial killers. But there is one well-known murderer. Paul Michael Stephani murdered three women in the Twin Cities during the 1980s before being caught. He was known as the Weepy-Voiced Killer.
  3. In 1979, a Minnesota man reported seeing a UFO on a deserted section of Highway 220 near Warren. He described it as a bright light that hovered off the ground. He approached the light but woke up later with a smashed car and burns around his eyes.
  4. A former Minnesota hotel and restaurant caught the attention of ghost hunters and was even the subject of an investigation. The Grant House in Rush City is no longer open, but the building is for sale. Maybe it will open again for those who want to experience the haunting for themselves.
  5. If you’re a believer of Bigfoot, you may want to stay out of northern Minnesota. There have been many sightings of the creepy cryptid, including many in St. Louis, Itasca, Beltrami, Pine, and Cass Counties.