Years ago in the quiet little village of Bullhead, South Dakota located on the rugged central plains, nature took it’s toll. The town was ravaged by the flood waters of Rock Creek which splits the town in two as well as the larger nearby river that it empties into. The flooding was so fierce that the coffins in the cemetery began to rise and wash away. As the coffins were retrieved, many were found to be empty of the bodies that the once contained. It is believed that the remains of many of the cemetery inhabitants were lost, scattered and reburied in the soil surrounding the town. It is because of this tragedy that many believe that the town of Bullhead is haunted.
|Years ago, the flood waters of Rock Creek dislodged inhabitants of the local cemetery, scattering their remains across town. The village of Bullhead, SD has not been the same since the floating coffins of Rock Creek.|