The Legend Of White Lady Lane In North Dakota May Send Chills Down Your Spine

No matter where you go – be it a state or even a nation – you’re sure to find all sorts of spooky legends and tales ranging from those about cryptids to those about jilted lovers, homicidal parents, and more. It seems like there’s a creepy urban legend for just about every city, town, and county, and North Dakota is no exception. Today, we’re going to look at one such legend that floats around the small town of Walhalla; it’s the legend of the White Lady, and although it has many variations, this version is the most commonly told. It’s one of the strangest, creepiest urban legends in North Dakota, and whether it’s true or not remains to be seen…

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So, what do you think? Could this be one of the creepiest urban legends in North Dakota? We think so. Are you brave enough to try and drive White Lady Lane? Have you done it before? Tell us all about it in the comments, and if you need more creepy North Dakota in your life, check out this bone-chilling haunted park!

If you’re interested in reading the true story of what happened to Anna Story in 1921, check out this newspaper clipping detailing the crime.

Address: Walhalla, ND 58282, USA