Ramada Inn - Holiday Inn Six Flags

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This former Ramada Inn, now Holiday Inn, is said to be haunted by the ghost of a little girl named Aggie who used to live in the building. According to the tales told in these parts, Aggie fell to her death from a window of the barn, which was located where the banquet halls and front desk now stand. Those lucky enough to meet her may fine her running through the halls or peeking at you around a corner.

Another tine, two elderly ladies staying in one of the 300s rooms got the fright of their lives when they came upon a dead man in their bathtub. After they ran out screaming, staff checked the bathroom and found nothing there.

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Geographic Information

Address:
4901 Six Flags Rd
Eureka, MO 63025
United States
GPS:
38.50787131403448, -90.68012344843737
County:
St. Louis County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Eureka, MO (2.8 mi.)
Pacific, MO (3.8 mi.)
Wildwood, MO (5.3 mi.)
Byrnes Mill, MO (7.2 mi.)
Gray Summit, MO (7.5 mi.)
Ellisville, MO (7.7 mi.)
High Ridge, MO (8.5 mi.)
Parkdale, MO (8.8 mi.)
Scotsdale, MO (9.0 mi.)
Clarkson Valley, MO (9.1 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us/en/eureka/eerek/hoteldetail

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  1. Me and my brother were on the second floor and the chairs in front of the bathroom were turned around and we came back 5 minutes later and they were turned back around right.

  2. The SixFlags St.louis Is soposelly hunted to. it would be (Accross the parking lot) from this Hotel Based On what i have read on other ghost websight before sixflags bought this old farm land it used to be a huge Pig Farm If any 1 has herd any new rumers about these propatys beiung hunted post on this blog what u have herd
    Matt from St.louis 11/5/2014

  3. In the summer of 2003, when I was 12, I went to a friend’s birthday party at Six Flags of St. Louis. We went to the park for the majority of a Saturday, and stayed at the hotel up the street that night. The Ramada Inn (which is now a Holiday Inn) was built in the 1970’s and it hadn’t really been updated much at that point, which was much of the charm. We got to the hotel around dusk when Six Flags closed. Like young boys do, we made use of the arcade and the indoor pool; all of which were in the same common area with the rooms overlooking everything. Later that night, when our parents went to sleep, we snuck into a different part of the hotel. This portion was on the 2nd floor behind the front lobby. When you left the main part of the hotel, there is this long, well-lit hallway. About four of us including myself ventured down. I immediately noticed a gigantic picture of a young girl standing holding a book (presumably a school book or Bible). It was one of those realistic posed-for pictures they used to make before photographs. It looked very old, maybe an oil painting from the early 1800’s. Something didn’t seem right about it. Her eyes looked too real. I noticed that they stared at me no matter where I stood in the hallway. I glared at her for a few minutes in a sort of paralyzed state. After I snapped out of it, my friends showed me the dead end at the hallway that led to a “staff only” door. We started to walk back down the hallway. As we passed back by the picture of the girl, I noticed that her shoes were pointing in the opposite direction than they were before. Maybe my mind was playing tricks on me, but I was terrified. We decided to go ask the front desk attendant about the picture. I wanted to know more about the girl, and if she had any sort of backstory. The attendant working in the lobby was a tired, old woman. When we approached her with our question, she perked up. I knew she had something good to tell us. She said that the girl was named “Aggie” and she had died in a barn in the 1800’s on the property that was now the hotel. The hotel staff is uncertain if she died by falling from the top of the barn, or if there was a fire that engulfed the building. According to her, Aggie now haunts the hotel. She can be seen running around corners and then disappearing. Sometimes she’ll peak at you from down a hallway, and then she runs away. For the most part, Aggie is friendly. In one instance however, a different side of the supposedly haunted hotel was seen. Earlier in the hotel’s history, two women were staying in the hallway where Aggie’s picture hangs. They entered their room late at night and found a man who had apparently drowned in their bathtub. When the front desk attendant came to their room, there was no body found, but the women swore that there was a dead body there just moments earlier. Whether or not Aggie haunts the hotel, there is definitely some unusual energy there. I haven’t been back since, but would like to visit again to see if I get the same strange feeling from Aggie’s picture.

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