This Haunted Tunnel In North Dakota Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Sometimes you enter an place where your body reacts in a way that tells you it is nothing but trouble. Your hair raises, you feel a chill down your spine, and each step you take further into it gets slower as you feel the uneasiness of being there start really setting in.

Underground tunnels in particular tend to be those kind of places, especially when they are deserted. Empty, quiet except for the buzz of the electricity in the dim lighting overhead, resulting in one of the most eerie environments ever.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Entering this tunnel at night is something you should only do at your own risk, and is definitely not for people who are faint of heart. If I had to travel from that building to another place on that campus at night, I think I would just walk outside…as long as it wasn’t in a snow storm, that is!

If you’ve had any experiences here, please share them. This is definitely one of North Dakota’s most notorious haunted places and it would be interesting to know how many other people have also encountered this ghost.

This isn’t the only haunted spot in Grand Forks. If you’re interested in exploring more, try the North Dakota Haunted Road Trip, which goes through another creepy spot in the city as well as through many more towns.