Alexander Major's Historic Museum

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At the 1856 building that houses Alexander Major’s Historic Museum, ghost investigators have found colds spots, voices and EVPs in several rooms of the house. The voices belonged to men, women and children.

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    8201 State Line Rd
    Kansas City, MO
    United States

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    38.979689, -94.60782
    Jackson County, Missouri
    Nearest Towns:
    Leawood, KS (1.0 mi.)
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