Old haunt attracts fright seekers

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MANDAN, N.D. - There’s something spooky going on inside the old Custer House in Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park.

“General Custer and his wife lived here, and were the first residents,” said Park Ranger Matt Schanandore, “Custer left this fort on his way to the battle of little big horn, to his famed death.”

Legend has it, his wife is still waiting in the house for his return.

“From construction workers, to historians that have walked these halls for the last 30 years, they’ve spoken of happenings from footsteps, to voices," said Schanandore.

Now, the park services has transformed the space into a haunted museum.

For those willing to brave the halls, you’ll see ghouls, monsters, and maybe even the ghost of Mrs. Custer herself.

Fright-seekers can visit the Haunted fort this weekend from 7-11 p.m.