Thias House

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Although this building still stands, reports say it is no longer open for business. It used to be open for tours and as a restaurant, and witnesses there saw an apparition of a lady combing her hair at the dresser in the master bedroom. Some also reported someone touching their shoulder in the attic. The lady’s apparition also has been seen wearing Victorian clothing and walking down the grand staircase. A ghost cat is also said to wander the place, and his crying has been heard as well.

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Geographic Information

304 Elm St
Washington, MO 63090
United States

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38.5589952809224, -91.01428565384595
Franklin County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Washington, MO (0.1 mi.)
Marthasville, MO (5.3 mi.)
Augusta, MO (7.2 mi.)
Union, MO (7.5 mi.)
Villa Ridge, MO (9.1 mi.)
New Haven, MO (11.6 mi.)
Gray Summit, MO (11.7 mi.)
New Melle, MO (12.7 mi.)
Defiance, MO (13.7 mi.)
Innsbrook, MO (14.7 mi.)


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