Saint George Hotel

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This 1845 hotel is rumoured to have a few hauntings dating back to the civil war, including the ghost of a young boy who has been known to hide objects belonging to guests. According to the guestbook, most of the ghostly activity is confined to Room #302 and Room #303.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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500 Main Street
Weston, MO
United States

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39.4112261, -94.90141549999998
Platte County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Weston, MO (0.0 mi.)
Iatan, MO (6.2 mi.)
Tracy, MO (6.3 mi.)
Platte City, MO (7.0 mi.)
Leavenworth, KS (7.0 mi.)
Camden Point, MO (9.0 mi.)
Farley, MO (9.7 mi.)
Dearborn, MO (10.4 mi.)
Lansing, KS (11.2 mi.)
Lewis And Clark Village, MO (12.2 mi.)


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  1. Checked in room 301 around 9:30 am about 30 minutes ago. Heard what sounded like children running down the halls. Opened the door to find no one. Decided to look the place up to find that my neighboring rooms have the activity. Pretty cool but no proof just thought it was worth a share.

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