Bissell Mansion Restaurant and Dinner Theatre

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Bissell Mansion Restaurant & Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, inside the historic Bissell Mansion, is rumored to be haunted by more than the characters in their mystery shows. The mansion, built by Captain Lewis Bissell in 1823, is believed to be haunted by the captain himself. His apparition has been seen in the parking lot, watching his house. A ghostly woman in a white gown is said to appear too, thought to be one of Bissell’s wives. Wine glasses have been known to mysteriously disappear and reappear here as well.

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4426 Randall Pl
St Louis, MO 63107
United States

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38.67043387011416, -90.2034587860544
Nearest Towns:
Venice, IL (1.8 mi.)
Brooklyn, IL (2.2 mi.)
Madison, IL (2.6 mi.)
National City, IL (2.9 mi.)
St. Louis, MO (3.0 mi.)
Granite City, IL (3.6 mi.)
Pine Lawn, MO (4.2 mi.)
East Saint Louis, IL (4.3 mi.)
Hillsdale, MO (4.4 mi.)
Uplands Park, MO (4.5 mi.)

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