Little Hills Winery and Restaurant

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Little Hills Winery and Restaurant is said to be haunted by two ghosts, a man and a woman, who speak French. It is believed that they lived on the site around 1900. Witnesses say boxes and other objects in the storage area are found in disarray in the morning, as if someone had had a rowdy fight there, and sometimes a couple is heard arguing in French. Dishes and silverware move on their own and cold spots have been reported as well.

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501 S Main St
St Charles, MO 63301
United States

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38.7778, -90.48345899999998
St. Charles County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Saint Charles, MO (0.4 mi.)
Champ, MO (3.3 mi.)
Bridgeton, MO (3.9 mi.)
Maryland Heights, MO (5.3 mi.)
Hazelwood, MO (6.1 mi.)
Saint Ann, MO (6.4 mi.)
Edmundson, MO (7.1 mi.)
Breckenridge Hills, MO (7.6 mi.)
Woodson Terrace, MO (7.7 mi.)
Saint Peters, MO (7.9 mi.)

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