Kendrick Place

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Kendrick Place, or Kendrick House, was built in 1849 and is said to be haunted, perhaps by a slave woman who was hanged from a nearby tree dring the Civil War.

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    131 N. Garrison St.
    Carthage, MO 64836
    United States

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    37.19456603478742, -94.30889081951136
    Jasper County, Missouri
    Nearest Towns:
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    1. David Glidden  |  

      I’ve investigated the area for over 8 years. The Kendrick Place was one of the first places I had been to. I have investigated this location maybe a dozen times before another “paranormal” group has made it so you have to go through them to get in… which involves payment. Anyways, some of the experiences I’ve had there include hearing the voice of a little girl on multiple occasions, watching a door unlatch and open by itself, hearing footsteps upstairs, and seeing a shadow in the slave house. Its a really cool place that I encourage people to go visit.

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