Rotary Park

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Margie Kay, author of “Haunted Independence,” believes Rotary Park to be haunted. She claims to have seen and/or felt numerous ghostly presences on the grounds – one of which is named “Old George.” The western side of the park is said to harbor some particularly dark entities.

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Geographic Information

10615 E 24th St
Independence, MO
United States

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39.078511, -94.45332400000001
Jackson County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Sugar Creek, MO (2.2 mi.)
Independence, MO (2.2 mi.)
Raytown, MO (4.9 mi.)
East Independence, MO (5.4 mi.)
Randolph, MO (5.9 mi.)
Birmingham, MO (6.0 mi.)
North Kansas City, MO (6.8 mi.)
Kansas City, MO (6.9 mi.)
Avondale, MO (7.2 mi.)
River Bend, MO (7.6 mi.)


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  1. I have been to this park several times and the only scary thing is the drugs and crackheads that loom in the treeline on the outskirts of the park. Sorry not haunted, spirits wander and are capable of going into the park but its not haunted.

  2. i live near a haunted park very haunted same thing happens and across the street is a cemitary and a angle is in it and if you go at night and turn on your head light it looks like a demon it is really cool so i’m not worried about it

  3. this is scary now i live near this: Fort Saint Clair – The ghost of a soldier known as “Gory Head & Bloody Bones” is said to haunt the historic fort. An Indian can also be seen dancing around a fire in the ravine below the cemetery.

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