I will say this about Devil's Tower though, it is a very bad place and you should stay away from there. Stick with Screaming Johnny's and forget about Devil's Tower.
Okay, sorry Leviathan, back on topic..... What's the big deal with Devil's Tower? I'm not trying to imply anything but it seems that Devil's Tower has been around and the legend has spread through out the US. There are many "Devil's ******" and people link that to being haunted. For example...
One of the most famous of the Devil Name places is undoubtedly Devilís Tower in the wilderness of Wyoming. Thanks to its major role in the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind, it is easily the most recognizable of the places on our list. Mystical or not, it is certainly a strange and unique location. The tower, as this outcropping is called, rise abruptly from the otherwise flat landscape to a height of nearly 1300 feet. The top if flattened off and long fissures cover the sides. These long , straight grooves gave birth to an Indian legend of a giant bear clawing at the rock with his claws. The geologic wonder was declared Americaís first national monument by Theodore Roosevelt in 1906 and has always been considered a sacred site by the Indians, who believe that many spirits reside here.
-Devilís Track Lake
-Devilís Tramping Ground
-The Devilís Backbone and the Devilís Bake Oven are in the southern portion of the state and in an area deemed ďhauntedĒ by the Indians.