Lost History Museum

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This 1749 house museum is haunted, and travellers driving past claim to have seen the apparition of a soldier staring down into the street. Other activity reported here includes people being touched by unseen hands, and strange anomalies have shown up in photographs taken at the property.

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    Geographic Information

    14115 Valles Mines School Rd
    Valles Mines, MO
    United States

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    38.032681767095276, -90.49629396196906
    Jefferson County, Missouri
    Nearest Towns:
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    1. We travel this back road frequently, to and the small market on HWY V. We have seen lights coming from inside the old building, (while knowing for a fact that no one is in there), not too long ago, I saw a figure on the outside of the building, looking as tho it was sitting on something in the air. It has become so normal to us, that we wonder what we will see next. No pictures have been taken.

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