Haunted Places in Gentry County, Missouri



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    Tedrow Cemetery

    Kellerton, Iowa

    35.1 miles from Gentry County, MO

    Rumor has it that it is not actually the small cemetery, but the surrounding woods, that are haunted. Phenomena experienced here include glowing lights coming from the woods, shadowed apparitions, and the sounds of footsteps, moaning, and other strange noises.

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    Glore Psychiatric Museum

    St. Joseph, Missouri

    36.8 miles from Gentry County, MO

    The Glore Psychiatric Museum is rumored to be haunted by long-dead patients who are still hoping that their mental illness can be cured. Apparitions seen here include a sharply dressed man and an elderly man, and in the basement, the motion detector is often set off when no one is ...

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    The Social Parlor

    St. Joseph, Missouri

    38.6 miles from Gentry County, MO

    The Social Parlor is a century-old building that held small businesses, such as a furrier's shop, which catered to the town's wealthy in the late 1800s to early 1900s. The ghost believed to haunt the building is, in fact, a furrier. Reports say the building is not currently in ...

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    Barbosa's Castillo

    Saint Joseph, Missouri

    38.7 miles from Gentry County, MO

    A Mexican restaurant specialising in authentic cuisine is housed inside this 1891 historic castle, which was formerly owned by a J.B Moss and his family. Staff nowadays working at the establishment have reported various instances of poltergeist activity, but little else is known about the hauntings and their origin. (Submitted ...

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    Terre Haute Cemetery

    Decatur City, Iowa

    42.9 miles from Gentry County, MO

    The spirit of a little boy can be seen playing on the swingset behind a cabin adjacent to the cemetery. He may motion for you to follow him into the cemetery, where he is buried. Once at his grave, he disappears.

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    Davis City Cemetery

    Davis City, Iowa

    43 miles from Gentry County, MO

    It is said that visitors to the cemetery may exoerience a sudden feeling of pressure as they enter. Shooting lights also have been reported streaming across the grounds very late at night.

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    Pink Rosebud Bed and Breakfast

    Plattsburg, Missouri

    45 miles from Gentry County, MO

    This 1878 bed and breakfast has always had a neighbourhood reputation as a 'haunted house', but it wasn't until recently that the current owners suspected that something otherworldly was going on at the inn. Paranormal activity reported at this location includes doors opening and closing of their own accord, ...

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    The Jesse James Farm

    Kearney, Missouri

    56.8 miles from Gentry County, MO

    The Jesse James Farm is where well-known outlaw Jesse James grew up, and it's rumored to be haunted. Jesse James’ parents moved there in 1842, and Jesse's and brother Frank's James Gang terrorized the West from 1860 to 1882, stealing an estimated $200,000. Jesse was killed in 1882 when Bob ...

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    Villisca Axe Murder House

    Villisca, Iowa

    57.8 miles from Gentry County, MO

    In 1912 an entire family was murdered here by axe, and it is said that the house is still haunted by their spirits. The house has been investigated and featured on the TV show Ghost Adventures.

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    The Sallie House

    Atchison, Kansas

    58.2 miles from Gentry County, MO

    The Sallie House is an unassuming, painted-brick house built around 1870, but is known for being extremely haunted. Sallie, the imaginary friend of a former tenant's daughter, is believed to be one of its ghosts. Some of the strange things experienced here include pictures turned upside down on the walls, ...

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    Tuck U Inn At Glick Mansion

    Atchison, Kansas

    58.2 miles from Gentry County, MO

    At this historic inn, over a century old, a ghost is known to make noises, including footsteps, at night, and open and close the doors.

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    Atchison Daily Globe

    Atchison, Kansas

    58.5 miles from Gentry County, MO

    This local newspaper office is believed to be haunted by a deceased newspaper editor who died under mysterious circumstances. Witnesses working late have heard the back door, although locked, open and close on its own.

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    Saint George Hotel

    Weston, Missouri

    61.2 miles from Gentry County, MO

    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 ...

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    Main Street Galleria

    Weston, Missouri

    61.2 miles from Gentry County, MO

    In all areas of the building, there have been items moved, voices, as well as the smell of cigarette smoke when the owner of the building, Verna (Treese) Kowertz was alone. teams of paranormal investigators have been in and experienced having items moved, disappear, and batteries die when they were ...

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    Elms Hotel

    Excelsior Springs, Missouri

    61.2 miles from Gentry County, MO

    This 1912 hotel is noteworthy for many reasons. Harry S. Truman spent election night here in 1948. It was also once a training camp for boxer Jack Dempsey, and a summer camp for the 1948 New York Giants. But the hotel is also noted for its haunts, which provide ...

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    Round Mound Cemetery

    Cummings, Kansas

    66.2 miles from Gentry County, MO

    Local legend has it that a witch haunts this cemetery, causing the wind not to blow here. Screams are said to ring out from the graves at times.

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    Phillips 66

    Liberty, Missouri

    66.9 miles from Gentry County, MO

    There is a ghost that haunts this location regularly at nights. I used to work there and sometimes a ghost would move items in the store or open the freezer cabinets. One time an orange. When I got the job I was told about the ghost and about how the last ...

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    Santa Fe Depot Diner

    Leavenworth, Kansas

    67.5 miles from Gentry County, MO

    The apparition of a woman has appeared in this diner's kitchen, and recordings have been made of two disembodied voices. The diner is a stop on a local ghost tour.

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    Belvoir Winery

    Liberty, Missouri

    67.9 miles from Gentry County, MO

    Many spirits are said to reside in the winery buildings, including orphan children and a mischievous man. Ghost investigations have turned up unexplained voices and communication using dowsing rods.

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    Park University

    Parkville, Missouri

    72.1 miles from Gentry County, MO

    Rumor around Park University is that during World War II, two female students hanged themselves in Herr House. Footsteps coming from empty rooms and other strange occurrences have led students to believe the ladies' spirits linger here. And the Jenkin and Barbara David Theater is said to be haunted by ...

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    New Virginia Cemetery - Beymer Cemetery

    New Virginia, Iowa

    75.5 miles from Gentry County, MO

    This is the gravesite of New Virginia's first settler. As legend has it, the gravestone has been replaced at some time over the years. Locals say an eerie glow will come from the stone at midnight, a protestation from the ghost, angry about the change.

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    Oliver Anderson House

    Lexington, Missouri

    76 miles from Gentry County, MO

    The 1853 Oliver Anderson House is believed to be haunted by ghostly soldiers who fought Civil War battles on and near the site.

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    Strawberry Hill Museum

    Kansas City, Kansas

    76.7 miles from Gentry County, MO

    Strawberry Hill Museum is housed in a mansion built in 1887 and was inhabited by the Scroggs family. In 1919 it opened as a children's orphanage and day-care run by the Sisters of St. Francis of Christ, which lasted until the 1980s. It is now a museum, and is haunted ...