Historic Castle House

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The Historic Castle House is a 165 year-old Queen Anne Victorian that’s been restored and now functions as a “haunted” bed and breakfast. Activity includes lights turning on and off by themselves, cold spots, footsteps, whispering and whistling noises, and some visitors claim to have captured ghostly pictures on their snapshots.

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841 Hwy C
Brumley, MO
United States

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38.08868404966091, -92.48402675983016
Miller County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Brumley, MO (0.2 mi.)
Kaiser, MO (6.5 mi.)
Osage Beach, MO (9.6 mi.)
Tuscumbia, MO (10.1 mi.)
Iberia, MO (10.4 mi.)
Lake Ozark, MO (11.3 mi.)
Bagnell, MO (11.5 mi.)
Lakeview, MO (11.5 mi.)
Lakeland, MO (12.2 mi.)
Linn Creek, MO (12.9 mi.)

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  1. I drove past here a few years ago on my way to an NRA class. I did not stop here, but as I drove past, I was totally creeped out. I’ve lived in GA and Alabama, so the sight of an old Victorian house does not spook me usually (no pun intended). But just looking at this place gave me the creeps. When I saw it on the map here, I remembered it before seeing the picture.

  2. Driving by here on two separate occasions the car radio cut out and I heard a woman’s voice say “horrible”. My daughter drove by and her iPod cut out and she heard a woman say ” help”.

  3. You can spend the night there instead of just driving by, if you wish. I spent last night there and had the whole place to myself (the B&B owners have their own house). I stayed in the Martha Dixon room and heard very distinct footsteps in the hallway outside my room for several seconds. An hour later I heard stuff being moved around in the Hospital room (the most haunted room) for about a minute straight while I was laying in bed in the Martha room. I didn’t have the nerve to actually stay in the Hospital room, but I did go in there several minutes later and didn’t notice anything out of place. I think the activity would have been more extreme but a paranormal group was in there the previous night and spent the whole night provoking and getting all kinds of results, from what I heard. Probably wore out the spirits to some degree. I will definitely go back, soon.

  4. My team went there this year for an investigation. We had K2 meters lighting up like crazy inside, but we got most of our activity outside. We picked a good EVP by the graves and had rocks thrown at us down by the old civil war encampment. We are already planning another visit next year!

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