Our pick for the creepiest spot in the whole of Minnesota -- with respect to Vergas Trail -- Forepaugh’s occupies a 19th-century Victorian house with that looks, well, like a haunted house. Lo and behold, looks are not at all deceiving. This is a place where lights flicker constantly, the air turns suddenly cold, and unexplained noises are part of the ambience. Furniture, too, is frequently rearranged. It appears that nothing will stop Joseph Forepaugh from redecorating the place. Not even death. See, Forepaugh, the original tenant, was quite attracted to a maid named Molly, which didn't sit well with Mrs. Forepaugh. Molly, who was pregnant, hung herself from a third-floor chandelier when the relationship ended. Soon after, Joseph went for a walk and shot himself. And if legend is true, their spirits remain, offering diners (and paranormal investigators) a side of chills to go with their New American fine dining choices.