Built in 1816 as a farmhouse, the hotel had its heyday in the 1920s and ’30s. Clara Bow, Charles
Lindbergh, Jesse James and Al Capone are among the famous guests who stayed here, as well as serial killer Bertha Gifford, who killed many victims by poisoning with arsenic. Witnesses have reported apparitions, photographic images, footsteps, voices, and cold breezes among other phenomena.
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- 8850 Morse Mill Spur Road
Morse Mill, MO
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- 38.27690442877928, -90.65008127689907
- Jefferson County, Missouri
- Nearest Towns:
- Cedar Hill Lakes, MO (3.7 mi.)
Cedar Hill, MO (5.3 mi.)
Hillsboro, MO (5.6 mi.)
Scotsdale, MO (9.1 mi.)
De Soto, MO (10.8 mi.)
Byrnes Mill, MO (11.7 mi.)
Horine, MO (12.3 mi.)
Pevely, MO (13.8 mi.)
High Ridge, MO (14.0 mi.)
Olympian Village, MO (14.3 mi.)
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