It really is an amazing find. Christmastime downtown Sioux Falls in 1936.

You'll notice the old Carpenter, the Shriver building and many more shops and brick businesses that have stood the test of time.

Following the downtown Sioux Falls video, viewers get glimpse of what Christmas was like during the great depression era titled Edmision and Loonan Friends and Family. The video has no sound but one can imagine the Christmas music being played on an old phonograph while carving the Christmas turkey. Ringing of bells or perhaps a hymn or two.

See all of the nostalgic photos and more video of Sioux Falls here courtesy of Siouxland Heritage Museum.

Haunted Locations and Scary Legends Around Sioux Falls

Halloween is steeped in scary traditions. Trick-or-Treating, frightening costumes, local actors in "haunted" houses, and the pitch-black darkness of area corn mazes.

However, if we set out to find the real haunted areas what would we find? Over the last 30 years that I have lived in Sioux Falls, a few locations still gain attention as being haunted.

And yes, a handful of thrill-seeking people will show up on our favorite eerie night for what could be a viral video moment or experience a misty phantom first-hand.
Let's take a little tour of the more famous hauntings around Sioux Falls. Turn on the lights and cue the Cowardly Lion: "I do believe in spooks, I do believe in spooks..."

Gallery Credit: Danny V

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