ST. LOUIS MISSOURI AREA HAUNTS
New Haven --- Boondocker Inn
reported includes objects levitating, lights
flickering, strange noises, eerie feelings, and cold
St.Clair --- Iron Hill Road
This road is
believed to be haunted by the ghost
of a young man named D.J.Hensley, who was
murdered here. People report seeing D.J.s
apparition walking along the road at night.
Other Points Of
There are also
reports of a house along this road being haunted
as well with no connection to D.J. People have reported
apparitions, but the information on this location is very
New Haven --- Enochs Knob Road
has several legends connected to it.
a young boy supposedly fell
from the bridge and drowned in the lake
below. People report seeing what they believe
to be his spirit swimming in the dark waters
below at night.
The area is
also believed to be haunted by
the ghost of a young man who committed
suicide by driving his car off of the bridge.
story connected to the bridge
is that on Friday 13th
a gnome or troll like
creature with glowing red eyes can be seen
climbing on trees beside the bridge.
that this area gives off a very creepy
and eerie feeling and supposedly many people
that have visited the area hear the sounds of
dogs barking even though there are no dogs
known to be in the area.
Sullivan --- Glaser
Road and State Park
the late 50's and 60's teenagers
traveling on the road reported seeing a strange
mist appear, the nick named it "The Blob"
Around the same time a dancing light begin to
be sighted on th road. Another one of these
strange lights have also been reported in the
park and is described as being large and changes
Sullivan --- Old Pea Ridge Mine
It is said
that at least 16 men died in this mine during
its 40 years of operation (1961 - 2001). Supposedly
there is no real explanation as to why the mine closed
as it is still has a viable concentration of Iron.
Phenomenon reported at the location includes strange
sounds coming from the mineshaft at night.
Location: Just S.
E. of Oak Grove off of S. Hwy 185.
Villa Ridge --- Old Hwy 100
hitchhiker is said to haunt this road.
The ghostly hitchhiker is seen along the road
wearing a hiking pack. If someone stops to give
him a ride he will ask to be taken to a truck stop
up the road, but will disappear from the vehicle
before reaching his destination. It is said that
while alive the hitchhiker was killed by a person
who offered him a ride to the truck stop and now
in death he is still trying to make it there.
Town Of Barnhart
Rumor has it that many years ago
most if not the entire town
was wiped out by a horrible epidemic. It is reported
souls of the towns people never moved on.
Witnesses say that
you can still here the sounds of ghostly children at
--- Old St. Louis Road
Legend says that many people
died while traveling along this road
that was used as a main route between St. Louis and
the 1800s. Visitors to the area report
phenomenon that includes
the sound of voices, sound of walking, apparitions,
the sound of
screaming, and extreme temp. changes. One story
visitors heard the sound of a woman screaming
followed by the
apparition of a man covered in blood, appearing from
and trying to talk to them. Another story tells of
apparition of a man standing by a flipped car
followed by the
feeling of being touched on your legs by an unseen
Charter Rd. until you come to a gravel rd. that leads
into the woods.
Located on the East side of Mo - E.
--- Vineland Elementary
Reports of apparitions and other
--- House on Vineland Road
Strange activity is said to be
experienced her at all
times of the day and night. This activity is believed
related to a former owner of the property and the
slaves that he owned. We came across a warning
to this legend that says if you pull your vehicle
or past the columns at the driveway entrance you will
be ale to leave.
--- Middle School
The gym is believed haunted by
the ghost of a boy who was
killed in a tragic accident during a school play.
--- Haunted Railroad Tracks
Legend says that at midnight the
apparitions of a man
and woman can be seen walking hand in hand across the
railroad crossing at the old Hwy. The couple was
supposedly killed when a train at this crossing
struck their car.
From I- 55 take Old Hwy. A west
for approx. 2 miles
to the railroad crossing.
--- The Rock House
This area is believed haunted by
the spirits of slaves.
Mines --- Tunnel Bills
The tunnel is said to be haunted
by the ghost of a man named Bill.
Just S. of
Valle Mines near the old slave graveyard.
--- Arlington Bed and Breakfast
The basement of this building is
said to be haunted.
Supposedly photos of orbs have been taken here.
207 E. Main
--- Christina House
Paranormal activity has been
1974 by sister Miriam as a house
of ministry. The building was named Christina House
a gri8l who had died, but it is now called Vision of
At the end of
Abby Monastery Rd. at railroad
tracks overlooking the river.
Point --- Satan's Tunnel
This area is believed to be
haunted by the ghost of a man who died after being
struck by a train and thrown in front of the tunnel
below. There are some different variations of the
legend. In one story the surrounding land is said to
have once been owned by devil
worshippers. In another story it states that
there is a witches house in the woods
near the location.
Supposedly some years ago
some teenagers came across a hobo sleeping in the
tunnel. The teens struck up a conversation with the
homeless man about the ghost. The next day the man
was found dead in the tunnel by the authorities and
his face was frozen in an expression of pure terror.
There is also reportedly a
graveyard that sits near the tunnel that is said to
be of some interest.
Warrenton take Hwy. 47 to the 4-way crossing, turn
left going in the opposite direction as Troy, this
will take you towards Hawk Point. Follow the curvy
road to a large cornfield. You will see a sign on the
left that says Tunnel Road. Follow Tunnel Road to the
--- Kemper-Marsh Funeral Home
Phenomenon reported includes
doors opening and shutting on their own, objects
being moved about, and disembodied voices.
--- Haunted House
Phenomenon reported includes
the sound of a woman screaming, footsteps heard on
the stairs, banging heard coming form the basement, a
shadowy figure seen in an upstairs window, a
sometimes almost over powering feeling of being
watched, etc. There have also been some interesting
photos taken at this location.
Location: Take the Truxton exit, go onto the
service road. The house will be on the right side
along the service road and can be seen from Hwy.70.
--- Oak Ridge Cemetery
Interesting spirit photos
have been taken at this location.
Location: Take Hwy. 79 N then turn W on CC.
Take CC west for about 1 mile, then take NW fork of
CC for approx. 1 mile.
St. Charles --- St. Charles
of unexplained footsteps.
St Charles --- Shops
at 700 S. Main St.
smells, footsteps, and voices have been reported.
campus is believed to be haunted by the college
founder Mary Sibley. Students have reported seeing
Marys apparition and hearing piano music.
the spirit of Mary there are also reports of other
ghost haunting different locations on the campus.
Interstate 70/270 interchange: Take Interstate 70
west across the Blanchette Bridge (Missouri River).
Exit at First Capitol Drive. Go right. Follow First
Capitol Drive for 3/4 mile to Kingshighway. Go left.
Lindenwood will be on your left.
Interstate 64 in Chesterfield: Travel west across the
Daniel Boone Bridge (Missouri River). Exit at Highway
94. Go right. Follow Highway 94 north and cross
interstate 70. The name of Highway 94 changes to
First Capitol. Proceed to Kingshighway. Go left.
Lindenwood will be on your left.
Theater - Reportedly
haunted but as of yet we have found no specific
information on activity or the cause of the haunting.
Reportedly haunted but as of yet we have found no
specific information on activity or the cause of the
following is an article By Javaka Mclucas is and was
taken from the Lindenwood University site. You can
find more info on the univerisity and its
history by going to http://www.lindenwood.edu/accademics/divisions/about/about.html In honor of Colonel
James Gay Butler's wife, Margaret Leggat Butler, the
Butler library was built in 1929. Since then the
library has doubled in size. In 1968 new wings were
added to all three floors of the building. The
library contains nearly 130,000 volumes, and
subscribes to more than 250 periodicals annually.
Sibley Hall - Students
report being levitated over their beds by an unseen
force. There is supposedly one particular hallway in
the building that has been boarded up do to
following is an article is by Ellen Smithee and was
taken from the Lindenwood University site. You can
find more infoon the univerisity and its
history by going to http://www.lindenwood.edu/accademics/divisions/about/about.html
Hall is the oldest and most celebrated building on
campus. Named after Lindenwood founders Major George
C. and Mary Easton Sibley, this women's residence
started out as a wooden cabin back in 1827, when the
university was founded as Linden Wood Women's
Seminary. The brick building we see today was built
around the original wooden one in 1856 and contained
the entire campus until the construction of Ayers
Hall in 1908. Sibley Hall is listed on the national
historic register, as is its recently-renovated
Sibley Chapel, which now serves as a recital hall.
St. Charles --- South
an old cemetery used to be located in the area of the
road. Reportedly haunted but as of yet we have found
no specific information on activity or the cause of
block of S, main running to 3rd
St.Charles --- 523 S.
is reportedly haunted by the ghost of a little girl
who died in a fire at this location.
St.Charles --- River
to be haunted by a previous owner. Phenomenons
include objects moving and the smell of cigarette
Location: 1214 N.
St.Charles --- Little
Hills Restaurant and Winery
of a man and a woman have been reported here.
Location: 501 S.
St.Charles --- 523 S.
is believed to be haunted by the spirit of a river
St.Peters --- St.
Charles Community College
Apparitions of an old man and a
woman have been reported at this location along with
voices, cold spots, strange lights and objects being
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
St. Charles ---
Believed to be haunted by the ghost
of a young woman named Victoria also known as the
"lady in red." Reportedly Victoria was the
daughter of a former captain of the boat. Victoria wished
to be a showgirl, but her father vehemently objected. One
evening after an argument between the two Victoria left
the boat that was docked in St.louis at the time. She
went to town wearing a red dress. Victoria was murdered
sometime during that night and her body was found
floating in the river the following day. People have
reported seeing Victorias ghost and that her image
has appeared in photos taken on the boat.
Other activity includes slamming
doors, moving objects, lights turning on ad off, etc.
History: The Goldenrod was built in 1909 and
was one of the last of its kind built for the
Mississippi river. The boat has been restored and is now
permanently docked on the river in St.Charles. Dinner
theater is still performed on the boat.
1000 Riverside Dr. (Take
5th St. exit and turn right
heading towards Main St. The boat is located just past
the Trailshead Brewery.
St. Charles --- David
Reports of strange smells such as
food cooking filling the house.
St. Louis City
St. Louis --- Lemp
3322 DeMenil Place
Life Magazine designated Lemp Mansion "One of
America's Most Haunted Places" in 1980, and with
good reason. The Adam Lemp Family moved to St. Louis in
1838 and began brewing beer in 1840. Adam died in 1862,
and his son William Lemp took over the family brewery,
building a new facility in 1864. The 33 room stately
mansion was built by Jacob Feickert in 1868. William and
his wife moved into the mansion in 1876. The mansion
overlooked their huge brewery complex to the south.
Frederick Lemp, who was said to be William's favorite
son, died in 1901 from a long-fought illness. On the
morning of February 13, 1904 William Sr shot himself in
the head with a .38 revolver in his upstairs bedroom of
the mansion. William Lemp Jr and his wife Lillian take
over the brewery. Bad luck continues to plague the family
and the two are divorced in 1909. In 1911 the mansion
also becomes the office for the brewery. The Lemp Brewery
falls further into hard times and ceases beer production
in 1918. Elsa Lemp, the daughter of William Sr, followed
in her father's footsteps by committing suicide in her St
Louis home in 1920 by shooting herself near the heart.
Also in 1920, the famed Griesedieck family, another St
Louis brewing empire, purchases the Lemp shield logo to
begin bottling Falstaff. The familiar shield logo is
still used today. The Lemp Brewery did not recover well
from the times of prohibition and was sold at auction in
1922. William Jr also follows his father's footsteps and
shoots himself in the heart with a 38 revolver in the
office of the mansion. His son William Lemp III attempts
to revive the family brewing empire but fails. On the
morning of May 10, 1949 yet another suicide occurs in the
mansion. Charles, brother to William Jr, shoots himself
in the head with a .38 revolver in his bedroom. Four
family suicides, three occurring in the Lemp Mansion lead
many to believe that the family suffered from mental
illness. The dark history still hangs ominously over the
mansion to this day. In 1977 the mansion was opened to
the public as a restaurant/bed and breakfast. Owners and
employees today speak of strange cold spots, candles
mysteriously lighting themselves, and even occasionally,
ghostly apparitions. Today you can dine or if you dare,
sleep in the stately mansion. Much of the brewery complex
still stands as it did during the best of times for the
St. Louis --- Lemp
Brewery, Grand Hall, and caverns
The area in and around S. Broadway, Cherokee Street, and
There is a definite feeling in the air around this entire
complex. The entire city of St. Louis has miles and miles
of underground caves, and some of them are under this
complex. The Pointer family are the current owners of the
entire complex including the mansion. The underground
caverns used to be the site of a yearly haunted house.
Due to their association to the Lemp family, the entire
area is said to show a lot of paranormal activity.
St. Louis --- VIP
14 N. Newstead
This site was formerly a police station, and is said to be
haunted by several different ghosts including some
malevolent spirits. The ghosts include police officers, a
janitor, a wife of a former employee, a teenage girl, and
criminals that died while in custody. Phenomenons
reported includes screams, footsteps, voices, doors
opening and closing, water turning on and off, etc. It
was reported that in one case the residents were chased
from the building in a fright.
St. Louis ---
Florissant at Calvary Rd.
This is the largest cemetery in the metro area, and it
holds the remains of many of St. Louis' and Missouri's
most famous and influential people. The cemetery has many
miles of roadways within it. Numerous sightings are
reported here. Be sure and check out the mausoleums of
the Anheuser, Busch, Griesedeick, and Lemp families while
St. Louis --- Calvary Avenue
This road that runs between Bellefontaine and Calvary
Cemeteries is reportedly haunted by more then one ghost.
Phenomenons include hitchhiking spirits and ghost that
walk in front of moving vehicles.
St. Louis --- Fort
N. end of Bellefontaine Rd. where it meets Fountainhead
This area is reported to be very active. Visitors to this
site report seeing, hearing, and feeling odd things. Most
pictures taken of a stair case at the site have been
found to have a dark reddish smoke anomaly appear in
them. The site was established as the 1st US, military
post in the Louisiana Territory in 1805. It was used as a
Native American trading post.
St. Louis --- St.
Louis Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center
5300 Arsenal St.
Screams are reported to be heard during the night and the
guards report seeing apparitions.
St. Louis --- Alexian Brothers
This site is where an exorcism took place on a young boy,
which later served as the basis for the movie "The
St. Louis ---
Between Missouri and Mississippi Avenues
Reports of apparitions of civil war soldiers are abound
in this area.
St. Louis ---
Edgewood Childrens' Center
330 N. Gore Street
The 23-acre campus is believed to be
haunted by several spirits. People have reported hearing
the sound of children playing in different areas on the
campus grounds. A particular hot spot is a tree on the
grounds, where the apparition of a 10-year girl has been
seen. Most activity however seems to occur within the
Rock House and tunnels that are said to run beneath the
building. Individuals have reported seeing the
apparitions of two young girls by the opening of the
tunnels. Other phenomenons in The Rock House are strange
noises, footsteps in the attic, objects moving, and
feelings of a malevolent entity being present. The Rock
House was built in 1850. The tunnels that run beneath the
house are believed to date back to the Civil War and were
used to smuggle runaway slaves. The area was established
as an orphanage in 1855.
St. Louis --- Chase
An apparitoin of a beautiful red-headed woman in a white
dress has been seen in the area of Room 304
St. Louis --- Powell
718 N. Grand Blvd.
includes noises, lights and elevators operating on their
own, the apparition of a man dressed in white. The ghost
is believed to be a former performer from the days of
St. Louis --- Old
5500 Block of Flyer Ave.
Supposedly the homes in this area are built over Old
Potters Field, a municipal graveyard, dating back
to 1855. There have been sightings of the apparition of
an old woman at this site.
St. Louis --- Sheldon
3648 Washington Blvd.
The entity that haunts this location is known to play
with the lights and sound equipment, as well as cause
St. Louis --- Old
1 Cambell Plaza
The ghost of a little girl has reported to have been seen
in the basement. The building was used as an asylum
during the 1870's.
St. Louis --- Old
There are reported sightings of apparitions appearing in
the windows of the abandoned building. Sounds of
screaming and feelings of being watched have also been
reported. The hospital was built in 1906 and has been
closed since 1985.
St. Louis --- Max
Feuerbacher Mansion (Lion House)
Sidney St. near 12th St.
There are reports of a male apparition being seen in the
home. Other activity includes odd sounds, cold spots,
objects moving, etc.
St. Louis --- Our
Lady Of Sorrows School
The building is rumored to be haunted by the ghost of a
person who died in a fire at the location. Activity
consists of footsteps being heard, objects being moved,
doors opening and closing, etc.
St. Louis --- Ralston
Purina Parking Lot
The parking lot area is believed to have been the
location of a confederate prison and is now haunted by
the ghost of executed prisoners.
St. Louis --- Roosevelt High
3230 Hartford St.
The school is rumored to have been built on a cemetery.
Voices have been heard throughout the building and lights
are known to operate on their own. In Aug. 1977 four
firefighters were killed when a fire broke out in the
hallway outside the lunch room.
St. Louis --- Lehmann House
Bed & Breakfast
10 Benton Place
The upstairs bedroom is said to be haunted by the ghost
of Edward Rowse, who died in the room. Edwards
apparition has been seen, footsteps have been heard as
well as other strange noises.
St. Louis --- Wal-Mart
Telegraph at I-270
This store was supposedly built on a site that once was a
mental hospital. If you go in late at night, it feels
odd, and employees there say poltergiest-like activity
happens after midnight. Lights going on and off, banging
and objects being moved are the most reported incidents.
There's a pet store at the opposite end of the center
from WalMart, and people have reported seeing odd lights
in the back, hearing people walking, etc.
St. Louis --- Oak Grove
2000 block of Hanley Rd.
Believed to be haunted by the male ghost that has been
reported to materialize in peoples vehicles as they drive
down North Hanley Road. The apparition is rumored to even
speak to the drivers before disappearing from their cars.
St. Louis --- Curren House
This was the home of Mrs.Pearl Curren. Mrs. Curren first
contacted Patience Worth in 1913, by using an Ouija Board
in this home. Patience was the spirit of a woman born in
England in the 1600's. She was killed by Native Americans
after migrating here to Missouri. Patience authored
volumes of great literature through Pearl. Patience
hasnt been heard from since the death of Pearl in
St. Louis --- Arsenal Island
An island in the middle of the Mississippi River that was
once a military cemetery during the Civil War. The bodies
(possibly not all) were relocated after a flood.
St. Louis --- French Rayburn
Capital Hill Drive
The ghost of a Catherine Rayburn is believed to haunt the
house. Catherine died in a fire at the site caused when
she dropped her oil lamp. There are reports of
unexplained lights in and around the home as well as
St. Louis --- Thornhill
15185 Olive Blvd.
Objects are reported to move and the apparition of
Governor Bates has been seen in the home. This was the
hom of Missouri's 2nd Governor, Fredrick Bates, and his
family. The governor died at the home in 1877, at the age
of 48. Governor Bate, his wife and 2 of their children
are buried in a cemetery on the property.
St. Louis --- Seton Hall,
University of Missouri Campus
Activity at this location includes the sound of footsteps
running down the hall on the 3rd floor, the sound of
doors locking and unlocking, and other strange sounds.
Reportedly the building was once a convent and hospital.
Supposedly there are blocked off tunnels that run from
under the Hall to other locations on campus.
St. Louis --- Bissell Mansion
4426 Randall Place
People report poltergeist like activity and sightings of
St. Louis --- Pinehurst
Near Jefferson Barracks, just off of Telegraph Rd.
A resident, Heather, reports a television set turning
itself on on more than one occasion and VCR setting its
clock by itself. Also other paranormal instances, such as
lights flickering, smoke alarms without batteries
sounding their alarms, and even mouse cursors slowly
tracing across the screen by themselves.
St. Louis --- ZuZu's Petals
131 W. Argonne
Employees complain of poltergeist like activity
St. Louis County
Webster Groves --- Newport
The area is believed to be
haunted by the ghost of a little girl(Hannah) and little
boy (Jack), who were killed by a train while returning
from school, sometime in the 50's or 60's. People have
reported seeing the childrens apparitions sitting
on the bridge as well as the smell of roses.
Ave. railroad tracks.
Ellisville --- Zombie Road
Reportedly the apparition of a
man killed by a train in the 1980's, can be seen
replaying the moments of his tragic death on the tracks.
There are also stories of strange sounds coming from the
woods along the road and cult activity in the area.
--- Six Flag Theme Park
The park is believed to be
haunted by at least three different ghosts. The
apparition of a little girl has been seen laughing and
playing in different areas of the park. The ghost of a
young woman named Stella is believed to haunt several of
the park theaters and gives off cold spots. An apparition
called the Pig Man has been spotted by employees along
the back service roads and sounds of squealing pigs have
Eureka --- Six Flags Ramada
An employee reported seeing strange
shadows while working in the laundry at night. The
building is believed to be haunted by the ghost of a
little girl named Aggie, who died on the property. The
story says that while playing in a barn on the property,
some time ago, the girl fell from a window and died. The
little girl is said to be playful and likes to peek
around corners at people. There are reports of
Aggies apparition seen running the halls and she
sometimes appears in the banquet hall mirror. Supposedly
there is a painting of Aggie hanging in the hallway that
she visits most often.
A room located in the 300's is said
to be haunted by the ghost of a man who committed suicide
in the room. Customers have reported seeing the
apparition of a man lying dead in the room bathtub.
History: The motel
was built over the site of another building. The previous
building dated back to the 1800's. The chimney of the old
building still sits at the location of the motel.
Reportedly the construction workers refused to remove the
chimney after several failed attempts had yielded some
Maryland Heights --- Abandoned
Reported to be haunted. People
have supposedly caught phenomenons in pictures. We
havent been able to find any more info.
Brookside Subdivision N. of Dorsett Rd. E. of 270 on
Sunset Hills --- Lystone Park
People have reported hearing
ghostly footsteps in the leaves and the feeling of being
watched. There are also reports of individuals seeing the
apparition of a nude female walking around the area. One
rumor surrounding this area is that a man killed his
infant in the park woods.
the corner of Lystone Place and Rayburn Ave.
Webster Groves --- Theater
This building is rumored to be
haunted by the ghost of a playful little girl. The
basement of the building is also reportedly haunted by
the ghost of an old woman, who terrifies the little girl.
Manchester --- John F. Kennedy
Catholic High School
Reports of cold spots, strange
noises, doors locking, lockers opening and shutting, etc.
Creve Coeur --- Creve Coeur Park
This 1,185 acre park is believed to
be haunted by the sad ghost of a Native American
Chieftains daughter. The story says that the young woman
jumped from the cliff at the entrance to the park,
killing herself, sometime in the 1800's. She had been
distraught over the death of her beloved husband, who had
been killed while out hunting. People report hearing her
crying and have seen her standing on the top of the
cliff, looking down. Some people have even reported
seeing her jump from the cliff only to disappear in the
air. On one occasion a man of Native American heritage
reported seeing the ghost as he was hiking in the woods
with some friends. When he saw the crying girl, he
approached her and she turned and hugged him. She started
to speak to him in her native language, but ran away
crying when he didnt respond. The man and his
friends followed her to the cliff where she jumped and
Location: W.of Hwy
270, by taking Dorsett Rd. W . To Marine Ave., then turn
Florissant --- Haunted Insane
Individuals report the sound of
music playing and seeing orbs all around the location.
Location: On left
side of McLauran Rd. which is off of Jennings Station Rd.
Florissant --- Parker Roads
It is rumored that the school was
built on a cemetery site. Children have reported seeing
the apparition of a woman in a long, black dress, w/ no
eyes, in one of the bathrooms. It is believed that she
only shows herself to the children. There have also been
reports of this same entity approaching the children
quickly as if it was trying to catch them.
Ellisville --- The Book House
This building is believed to be
haunted by the ghost of a helpful little girl named
Valerie. She is reported to move things around and seems
to favor the poetry room.
Eureka --- Eureka 6 Cinema
An apparition has been seen by
employees looking out at them from the projection booth
window at night.
Florissant --- McCluer Senior High
This building is believed to be
haunted by the original residents. The apparitions of
people dressed in period clothing of the 1800's.
building dates back to the late 1700's.
Location: Off of
Clayton --- Shady Oak Theater
A man supposedly killed himself on
the site, sometime before the theater was built, and now
his spirit is believed to haunt the building. Poltergeist
like activity has been reported. On many occasions
employees have felt as if they were being watched by
someone or something from behind the stage curtains. The
balcony lights have been known to flicker off and on. The
lobby posters have been found moved around when the
theater is opened n the mornings. Cold spots have been
reported as well as a voice saying "tsk, tsk,
tsk" and moaning coming from behind the stage
Bridgeton --- Payne Gentry House
Believed to be one of the most
haunted houses in America. There are supposedly more than
20 different entities inhabiting the building. One
apparition reported to have been seen in the home is that
of a woman in a white dress. There have also been reports
of a small ghostly dog that rubs against visitors legs.
History: Was home
to the Payne family for a period of time and was used as
some doctors office by one of their children.
Location: 4211 Fee
Fee Rd. From where Hwy. 270 meets St Charles Rock Rd.,
take St.Charles Rock Rd. E. for approx. 2 miles to Fee
Fee Rd., turn N. on Fee Fee Rd. It will be on your left
side just after you pass over 70.
Webster Groves --- Plant Avenue
House (Gehm House)
Several people who have lived in
the home have reported very similar experiences with the
ghosts of this house. An apparition of an old woman,
dressed in black has frightened children that have lived
in the home, by trying to hit them with a broom. The
apparition of Henry Gehm appeared to a former resident
for the purpose of leading her to a hidden space in the
attic. The ghost of a little blond girl has been sighted
in the attic and an almost transparent white entity has
been seen in an upstairs bedroom. Other activity in the
home includes sounds of things hitting the windows,
hammering on headboards, sounds of children running on
the staircase, shaking of beds, footsteps in the attic,
etc. Some people believe that the home also contains an
evil inhuman presence.
History: The 2
story brick and wood frame house was built in the 1890's
by Henry Gehm. Mr. Gehm was said to be somewhat of a
reclusive individual and reportedly worked with the
circus. Henry died in the house sometime in the early
In 1956 the home was purchased by
the Fury family, then in 1965 the Walsh family moved into
the home. The house is still a private residence.
Location: 300 block
of Plant Ave.
--- Warren County Correctional Facility
Believed to be haunted by the ghosts
of former inmates. Phenomenon reported includes
sightings of apparitions, cold spots and odd sounds.
Haven --- Boondocker Inn
Reports of objects being moved about
by an unseen force.
County --- Enoch's Knob Road Bridge
of New Haven
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