The Social Parlor

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The Social Parlor is a century-old building that held small businesses, such as a furrier’s shop, which catered to the town’s wealthy in the late 1800s to early 1900s. The ghost believed to haunt the building is, in fact, a furrier. Reports say the building is not currently in use.

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Geographic Information

805 Francis Street
St. Joseph, MO
United States

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39.767648, -94.85026200000004
Buchanan County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Saint Joseph, MO (0.2 mi.)
Elwood, KS (1.4 mi.)
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Agency, MO (10.3 mi.)
Cosby, MO (11.3 mi.)
Easton, MO (11.5 mi.)
Savannah, MO (12.1 mi.)
Troy, KS (12.8 mi.)


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  1. So is the building open to investigating? If so my crew will be glad investigate it for you in about a month or so. So just email me and i will keep you posted on when we will be able get in there.

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