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Deadwood SD: City of Ghosts
Hosted by Open Range Events & Scattered Souls Paranormal

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On May 2, 2019,
Deadwood SD 
The City of Ghosts
is your 

Get your cowboy hats ready! This is a Bucket list Event
Everyone is a VIP For this event!

Come join Open Range Events and Scattered Souls Paranormal on May 2-5, 2019 for a 3-Night Event in one of the most historical and haunted Wild West Locations, Deadwood SD.


Learn about the history and the people who once lived and died in this town, and the ones who still remain.

The gold rush of 1876 brought all kinds of people to Deadwood, SD. It attracted pioneers and prospectors seeking their fortune, along with lawless, unsavory types bringing murder, mayhem and Deadwood’s heralded status in Wild West lore. The legendary locale — the only US town to be named a National Historic Landmark — is alive with stories of its dead residents haunting present-day hotels and saloons. 

The discovery of gold in the southern Black Hills in 1874 set off one of the great gold rushes in America. In 1876, miners moved into the northern Black Hills. That’s where they came across a gulch full of dead trees and a creek full of gold and Deadwood was born.

Practically overnight, the tiny gold camp boomed into a town that played by its own rules that attracted outlaws, gamblers and gunslingers along with the gold seekers. Wild Bill Hickok was one of those men who came looking for fortune. But just a few short weeks after arriving, he was gunned down while holding a poker hand of aces and eights – forever after known as the Dead Man’s Hand.

Deadwood has survived three major fires and numerous economic hardships, pushing it to the verge of becoming another Old West ghost town. But in 1989 limited-wage gambling was legalized and Deadwood was reborn.

Today, the town is booming once again. You’ll find modern-day casinos, resort hotels, full-service spas, big name concerts, and some of the best parties in the entire United States. Come walk in the footsteps of our legends and make history in Deadwood.

To assure the ultimate experience, the event is closing out at 55 tickets.


Open Range Events have packed three full days of Paranormal Fun and Adventure in one of the most haunted cities in the world, Deadwood, South Dakota! 

Expect gatherings over meals, metaphysical interactions with impressionable mediums and psychics, including a medium gallery! Meet amazing Native Americans with unbelievable historic roots.  Friday there are lecture series that are sure to intrigue you, as you have ever been before about the supernatural. There are also guided tours of Deadwood and a famous nearby cemetery! And then there’s the hunts!

You will be hunting notorious Bullock Hotel including its infamous Seth’s Cellar!  Explore the unsettling Moriah Cemetery for a two hour investigation.  On Saturday, you will be part of an investigation team that will camp out on The Brothels, The Adams House and the Bullock Hotel!

To read more details of the Itinerary, CLICK HERE!


The Black Hills are serviced from Rapid City Regional Airport by three major airlines: Northwest, United and Delta, which provide direct flights from Denver, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis/Saint Paul and Chicago. Interstate 90, which runs along the eastern and northern boundaries of the Black Hills, is the region's major thoroughfare. For more travel information, contact the Deadwood Chamber of Commerce at 800.999.1876 or Black Hills Central Reservations at 877.458.3723.


This is a ticketed event, and is non-refundable.  This event portal will offer EVENT CANCELLATION INSURANCE at check out.  We strongly advice you to consider reviewing its value and purchasing! 

If you are traveling, we highly recommend travel/flight insurance as refunds will not be given based on airline cancellations, weather delays, medical emergencies, or other unforeseen circumstance.

We want you to enjoy your extended weekend to the fullest, just please know to drink responsibly and be respectful to these historical buildings and their owners who own them. They have all graciously allowed this event to happen in hopes of good behavior from the entire group. Please help us show them, that we are professional and serious investigators.

There will be no tolerance of any kind for those who are suspected to be drunk or on drugs for the Saturday night Investigations. You will be removed from the investigations and asked to go back to your hotel room.  Please know your limits when drinking on Saturday.