John Wornall House

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At the John Wornall House, built during the 1850s, soldiers’ ghosts have been seen on the balconies and guarding the doors. The farm is very close to the site of the Civil War Battle of Westport, and this house was used as a temporary hospital for the injured men from both the Confederate and Union sides.

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Geographic Information

Address:
6115 Wornall Rd
Kansas City, MO
United States

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GPS:
39.0168359, -94.59248259999998
Nearest Towns:
Mission Hills, KS (1.3 mi.)
Mission Woods, KS (1.5 mi.)
Westwood Hills, KS (1.8 mi.)
Westwood, KS (2.1 mi.)
Fairway, KS (2.1 mi.)
Roeland Park, KS (2.6 mi.)
Prairie Village, KS (2.8 mi.)
Countryside, KS (3.3 mi.)
Mission, KS (3.5 mi.)
Leawood, KS (3.7 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://wornallhouse.org/

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  1. There is definitely the presence of a sad, motherly woman….. The loss was something I felt very strongly…. Also maybe a child or two. The imprint of the soldiers and the time as a war hospital is still there. Both my daughter and I felt dizzy, had headaches, tightness in chest and throat and sick to stomach in parlor and dining room.

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