KD Station - Sioux City IA Real Haunt
- 2001 Leech Ave.
- Sioux City, IA
This building dates back to 1915 when it was used as a meat-packing plant, before being turned into a packing operation. A gas leak occurred in 1949 and as a result, an explosion killed several people. After, the location became a shopping center and it is here where strange occurrences have been reported. Elevators have seemed to move when they aren't and it is reported that for a few years, brochures were printed with “Paul Pulaski, our in-house ghost, welcomes you.”
Note: A 2007 report states that the location caught fire in 2006, is now unsafe to enter, and is slated for demolishment.
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This building has been gone for a decade, but as a child, we lived three blocks away. This was the perfect setting for a haunted building. It was old, rusty, scary and just had a strange feeling to it. Homeless people found unoccupied places and slept here a lot which also scared some people. The scary look and feel combined with the fact that people had died here in an explosion made this the perfect haunted location. It was such a huge building that they could not use all of it and some of it remained as is from the packing years. If you could brave the water, and rats, the basement was awesome to explore. My friend and I had rocks thrown at us while exploring the basement. We never found the source. Could have been a homeless person orrr… a ghost saying get out.Posted 6/23/20
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