Haunted Places in Lewis County, Missouri



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    Hotel Iowa

    Keokuk, Iowa

    27.3 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This historic hotel was built in the early twentieth century for workers constructing a nearby lock for the town dam. And according to some reports by guests, they may have never left. Ghostly music, disembodied footsteps, screams and a male apparition in workman clothes have all been reported by staff. ...

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    Hotel Baring

    Edina, Missouri

    27.4 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This historic hotel is believed to be haunted, and was formerly a railroad stopover during the early twentieth century era. The building is believed to be haunted by several apparitions, who are believed to be associated the building as it changed hands and uses over the many years of its ...

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    220 North 4th - Keokuk

    Keokuk, Iowa

    27.5 miles from Lewis County, MO

    Built by businessman Enos H. Harrison in 1857, this house is reported to be the home of a friendly ghost, according to many witnesses who have seen and heard the spirit.

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    Garden House Bed & Breakfast

    Hannibal, Missouri

    32.9 miles from Lewis County, MO

    Garden House Bed & Breakfast is a stop on the Haunted Hannibal Ghost Tour, and folks who have stayed here have reported some very odd things. According to reports from the hotel staff, most incidents occur between 2 and 3 a.m.

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    Lula Belle's

    Hannibal, Missouri

    32.9 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This one-time bordello opened in 1917, and is now a bed-and-breakfast and restaurant. The haunts here are known to move or throw things in the kitchen, or twist utensils into pretzels. They show themselves as orbs, shadows or mirror reflections, and can be heard as footsteps or disembodied voices. A ...

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    Garth Woodside Mansion

    Hannibal, Missouri

    33.9 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This inn, built originally in 1871, is known for its connection with renowned author Mark Twain. Personal friends of the owners, the author would send them his books and stay there when he was in town. Folks believe his ghost still visits the place, especially the room that was named ...

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    Mason House Inn and Caboose Cottage

    Keosauqua, Iowa

    44 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This historic 1846 hotel was also a stop on the Underground Railroad, and several spirits are living here. In Room 5, the ghost of a young boy pulls on people's clothing at night. His apparition has been seen on the landing. In Room 7, a man named Knapp was murdered, ...

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    Mason House Inn and Caboose Cottage

    Keosauqua, Iowa

    44 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This historic 1846 hotel was also a stop on the Underground Railroad, and several spirits are living here. In Room 5, the ghost of a young boy pulls on people's clothing at night. His apparition has been seen on the landing. In Room 7, a man named Knapp was murdered, ...

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    Vishnu Springs

    Colchester, Illinois

    49.4 miles from Lewis County, MO

    Back in the 1880s, the strange-tasting water at Vishnu Springs, named after a Hindu god, was thought to have healing properties. Holiness Camp Meetings of folks who wanted to partake of the magical waters drew 3,000 people to the area, and a town was formed. Witnesses say the area is ...

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    Burlington National Guard Armory

    Burlington, Iowa

    57 miles from Lewis County, MO

    Horses' hooves and footsteps can be heard late at night, doors open and close by themselves, and one witness reported seeing a reflection of a man with a handlebar mustache in a computer screen, but when he turned around, no one was there.

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    Birthday Bridge - Giblin Bridge

    Mount Pleasant, Iowa

    57.6 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This spot, near where Kentucky Avenue and US 218 meet, is said to be haunted by a local girl who hanged herself from the bridge after having an affair with a married doctor. The day she died was also her birthday. Legend has it that her ghost can be seen ...

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    The Drake Bar and Restaurant

    Burlington, Iowa

    59.2 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This upscale restaurant is housed in a historic building, and staff and diners report that the women's restroom is haunted by a lady in an old-fashioned dress, who has been known to walk through the walls. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Highway 34 Ghost

    Burlington, Iowa

    59.3 miles from Lewis County, MO

    The ghost who walks along the highway at night is said to be an escaped slave who died in the 1860s of diptheria and was buried in the basement of a nearby home. He carries a leather bag and walks westward on the north side of the road between 1 ...

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    Western Illinois University

    Macomb, Illinois

    60.4 miles from Lewis County, MO

    Lingering spirits are many at this university! Bayliss Hall, room 1117, is haunted by a former occupant who delivered a baby in secret, threw it down the trash chute, then hung herself in the closet. Cries and moans can be heard in her room. In room 501, a severely depressed ...

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    Super 8 Macomb

    Macomb, Illinois

    61.1 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This Super 8 has been the site of numerous strange happenings. Witnesses say the lights and air conditioning will turn on and off by themselves, doors will open on their own, and mysterious whistling can be heard. Clerks have experienced electrical malfunctions with the phone, such as all the lines ...

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    Top of the Rock Grille

    Fairfield, Iowa

    64.2 miles from Lewis County, MO

    The origin of the hauntings at this restaurant is uncertain. What IS certain, is that it's haunted. Witnesses have seen objects moving by themselves in the kitchen and heard whispering and voices in the bathrooms. They have also heard the sound of people walking on the upper floors when no ...

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    Mars Hill Church

    Bloomfield, Iowa

    64.7 miles from Lewis County, MO

    This old log cabin church is actually a restoration using salvaged timber from vintage barns. The church had been in existence from 1856 til 2006 when some dirtbag arsonist decided to burn the place to the ground. Rumors of it being haunted however have become something of local ...

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    Stony Hollow Road

    Burlington, Iowa

    65.8 miles from Lewis County, MO

    Spooky tales told here revolve around a ghost named Lucinda. She is said to have committed suicide by jumping off a cliff when her beloved failed to meet her to run away together. There are many reports of people seeing the ghost. Local urban legend also says that if you ...

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    Hotel Ottumwa

    Ottumwa, Iowa

    73.2 miles from Lewis County, MO

    An apparition of a lady in white haunts the hotel basement, which formerly served as a ballroom. The ghost of a man in a suit haunts the hallways of the hotel. Strange noises and voices have been heard. The face of a man has also been seen in the hotel ...

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    Ottumwa Cemetery

    Ottumwa, Iowa

    74.1 miles from Lewis County, MO

    Night visitors to the cemetery have seen shadowed figures sitting on tombstones or running behind trees, and heard whispering and footsteps in the grass. There has also been reported a white cat who will run in circles around your feet, and then vanish.

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    Hotel Wapello

    Wapello, Iowa

    80 miles from Lewis County, MO

    The old-fashioned hotel, furnished with original antiques, used to be a schoolhouse and a law office. In 1906 the place became the Commercial Hotel, which became the premier place to stay in town after their main rival burnt to the ground. Now a bed and breakfast inn, the place ...