South Dakota Creepy, Haunted September 06, 2019
The Keystone Cemetery Is One Of South Dakota’s Spookiest Cemeteries
If you’re craving a
real haunted spot instead of a cheesy Halloween haunted house with paid actors, we have just the place. The Keystone Cemetery is South Dakota’s spookiest and most haunted final resting place:
From 1927 to 1941, a whopping 400 workers assisted in the construction of Mount Rushmore, which consisted of non-stop use of jackhammers, dangling from scaffolds, and other back-breaking work at a low wage.
Despite dangerous working conditions, none of the workers died during the construction of Mount Rushmore; however, once they did pass on, many of them were laid to rest at the small, nearby Mountain View Cemetery, which overlooks the famous monument.
Also known as the Keystone Cemetery, Mountain View is a quaint and seemingly peaceful cemetery, but it is what you cannot see that makes it downright mysterious and spooky.
While most of Mountain View's occupants passed away decades ago, it is alleged that their spirits live on, with several visitors claiming to see ghostly figures wandering around, some of which have even been caught on camera.
In addition to the strange sights, make sure to keep your ears peeled, as you may even hear voices when no one is around, laughter, and other odd yet muffled sounds.
Have you visited the Keystone Cemetery? Did you experience anything strange? Let us know in the comments!
The Mountain View (Keystone) Cemetery can be found off Cemetery Road in Keystone.
Address: Keystone, SD 57751
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