Jacques Guibourd Historic House - Guibourd Valle House

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Jacques Guibourd Historic House, aka Guibourd Valle House, is a 1784 Creole house museum and is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses have seen apparitions, heard footsteps in the servant’s quarters, and have been awakened by banging, breaking glass, furniture being thrown and other sounds. The harpsichord has played by itself, and many other strange phenomena have been reported here as well.

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4th and Merchant
St. Genevieve, MO
United States

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37.97950696426903, -90.0478599071721
Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Sainte Genevieve, MO (0.4 mi.)
Prairie du Rocher, IL (7.6 mi.)
Ozora, MO (8.0 mi.)
Ellis Grove, IL (8.0 mi.)
Kaskaskia, IL (8.4 mi.)
Saint Mary, MO (8.8 mi.)
Bloomsdale, MO (9.5 mi.)
Evansville, IL (9.7 mi.)
Ruma, IL (11.1 mi.)
Weingarten, MO (11.1 mi.)

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