Haunted Places in Wilson County, Kansas

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    Kansas Army Ammunition Plant

    Parsons, Kansas

    36.1 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Rumor has it that the Kansas Army Ammunition Plant is haunted by a victim of an explosion in the late 1980s. When the plant was reopened for the Persian Gulf War in the 1990s, workers suffered from nightmares and visions and heard the phantom sound of bicycle bells once used ...

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    Dale Apartments

    Coffeyville, Kansas

    36.8 miles from Wilson County, KS

    People who live in this historic apartment complex have heard screams and moans when there is no one around, as well as seeing a shadowy apparition that slams doors. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Elmwood Cemetery

    Coffeyville, Kansas

    37.7 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Elmwood Cemetery contains the graves of the Dalton Gang bank robbers and the town's defenders from the gun battle of October 5, 1892. Witnesses describe odd noises, shadows that chase them, and uneasy feelings.

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    Brown Mansion

    Coffeyville, Kansas

    37.9 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Completed in 1904, the grand Brown Mansion is said to be haunted. Although the staff complain to have no evidence of the haunting, local tales tell that when the building spent several years vacant, with the power turned off, glowing green lights could be seen coming from the mansion grounds.

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    Safari Mark's Bar and Bistro

    Sedan, Kansas

    38.5 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Dating back to 1904, the historic 'Bradford Hotel' is now a bar and bistro called 'Safari Mark's'. The place is said to be haunted by the ghost of Andrew Eaton (otherwise known as Indian Slim), a local character who had a reputation as a gambler and a champion horse ...

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    Lorenz Schlichter Memorial Cemetery - Child's Play Cemetery

    Le Roy, Kansas

    38.9 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Legend has it that if you drive your clean car to this cemetery and sit for about 5 minutes (during which you may hear a loud thud on the vehicle), and then drive away, you will find a large handprint on your back window and several child-size handprints all over ...

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    Elcado Cemetery

    Peru, Kansas

    42.2 miles from Wilson County, KS

    A reported misty white figure that flits through the trees as well as unexplained voices, laughter, and chain-rattling make this an eerie spot, and a hangout for town teens.

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    Beaumont Hotel

    Beaumont, Kansas

    43.7 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Allegedly haunted by a cowboy called Zeke who was shot and killed by the innkeeper in its stagecoach heyday. People claim to see the apparition of a cowboy, hear the jangle of spurs and also claim that objects move on their own.

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    Labadie Mansion

    Copan, Oklahoma

    48.1 miles from Wilson County, KS

    The rumor mill tells of a man who murdered his wife here in 1935, which may be the spark for the odd happenings. Only a wall and the foundation still exist, as the once beautiful mansion has been ravaged by time and 2 fires. Some witnesses say their flashlights suddenly ...

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    Dewey Hotel Museum

    Dewey, Oklahoma

    53.6 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Visitors to this 1899 hotel-turned-museum have supposedly felt a male presence in an upstairs bedroom, possibly that of town founder Jacob Bartle's. Submitted by Callum Swift

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    Frank and Lola's

    Bartlesville, Oklahoma

    57.2 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Located in the 1910 Buford & Son Building, this historic bar and restaurant is rumoured to be haunted by a female spirit dating back to when the premises served as a brothel. Legend says that the ghost is that of a murdered prostitute named Estelle, who has been seen ...

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    Rocky Ford Bridge - Bird Bridge

    Emporia, Kansas

    59.3 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Legend has it that a preacher and his mistress drugged his wife and killed her by pushing her car over the side of the bridge. Now, they say, her screams can be heard and her ghost walks to shore from the water. A film is reported to have been made ...

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    Jesse Creek Cemetery

    Bartlesville, Oklahoma

    60.1 miles from Wilson County, KS

    This abandoned and overgrown cemetery is reported to be near Haunted Hill and Circle Mountain off CR 2700, and lies in an open field near an abandoned landscape business. Folks report that those who try to use digital cameras to take pictures here find that their cameras are not working ...

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    Fort Scott

    Fort Scott, Kansas

    60.1 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Fort Scott, originally Camp Scott in honor of General Winfield Scott, was established in 1842. It is restored as a historic site, and is rumored to be haunted. Ghostly soldiers and officers are seen on the lawn, around the courtyard, in the cell blocks and in the stables. They have ...

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    Belle Vista Cemetery

    El Dorado, Kansas

    62.7 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Ghost tourists who stop around the grave of Clara Wiley, a woman who was murdered in the 1900s, find that their cameras seem to malfunction. The cemetery also is said to be haunted by a ghost called Two Moons, whose bones were said to have been dug up during the ...

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    Oak Hill Cemetery - Witch's Grave

    Galena, Kansas

    68.2 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Legend has it that there is a grave of a witch toward the back of this cemetery, and some claim that apparitions, voices, and strange sounds will come from the area, especially around the hour of 3:33 a.m.

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    Bird Creek School

    Pawhuska, Oklahoma

    68.8 miles from Wilson County, KS

    The old one-room schoolhouse for Native American children was built in the early 1900s. Legend has it that if you write your name on the blackboard and leave, when you come back later, the board will have been wiped clean by unseen hands.

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    Constantine Arts Council and Theatre

    Pawhuska, Oklahoma

    70.1 miles from Wilson County, KS

    The historic building is haunted by the spirit of Sappho Constantine Brown, the daughter of a former theatre owner. Workmen refurbishing the building during the 1980's were the first to encounter her apparition, which was often accompanied by light footsteps. The sounds of a phantom brawl has also been ...

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    Hotel Vinita - Napoli's Italian Restaurant

    Vinita, Oklahoma

    71.5 miles from Wilson County, KS

    Built in Spanish Revival-style, the 1927 hotel now features a quaint restaurant on the ground floor. The guest rooms have since been refurbished as apartments, but the original ballroom still retains its period features. This part of the building is haunted according to visitors, who have reported ghostly piano ...

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    Ottawa Municipal Auditorium

    Ottawa, Kansas

    77.4 miles from Wilson County, KS

    According to witnesses, disembodied voices chat, footsteps stroll across the stage, and chairs move from place to place -- all while the area is empty of people. Living ones, anyway.