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In Missouri Warning Any places listed in the Haunted Places requires permission to visit or investigate. Many of the places are patrolled by the authorities, trespassers will be prosecuted. Adrian - Young's Mansion - Young's Mansion was known by locals as one of the most haunted mansions known.
Several people have been in the old slave tunnels found under the house leading into the barn. The chains are still on the walls. There is a mans voice heard by many people, which have been yelled at to "leave" and leave they did High-pitched screams can be heard all over the property.
The place is now being torn down to stop children from being hurt from entering the house.
Agency - Agency Cemetery - Haunted by many ghosts. One in particular is a child named Mary. She is blamed for unlatching the gate and leaving it open. Cabin has been secured with an old fashioned cot, old wooden table and chair, and a large bible on the table.
At the top of the hill, an extremely old, 15 to 20ft cross. Its has been reported that if you look into the cabin the bible will be closed, and if you go to the top of the hill and touch the cross, go back and the bible will be open. This happens regardless of the fact that it is completely secured.
Finding this location is extremely difficult, a maze of gravel and dirt roads. Is said to have been a cemetery site at one time, and then owned by a cult in the '60s and 70s where many animals were found sacrificed. Alton - Sugar Shack Road - About years ago on this road there was a woman that lived here by her self for many years.
They accused her and two others of using witchcraft so they hung them with chains and on every Halloween around midnight you can drive down the road and hear the chains dragging on the top of your vehicle when you go under the tree.
The Academy was purchased by Catholic nuns in and became a girl's school until it closed in This beautiful Academy is now a Bed and Breakfast and an antique store. Pictures taken inside the school and on the grounds surrounding it show orbs, vortexes and mists.
These pictures appear on the Academy's web site.
Apparently haunted by the nuns who once ran the school; door open and close at night by themselves. There is a large cemetery on the property where the sisters are buried. Aurora - Nursing Home - An elder man and woman, who never seem to converse, have been seen from the hallways just as they enter rooms--but never located!
The kitchen area has poltergeist activity: Most chilling was when a small juice glass-the old green type that used to come in oatmeal boxes-appeared in midair, hovered, and then crashed to the floor. The shards were real, but no such glasses were in the kitchen!
These events have been witnessed by more than one person at the time and never explained! Auxvasse - 9 mile bridge - Supposedly, a long time ago, black women were hung there, and slave children were drown in the creek.
When you shut your car off on the bridge or near the church and cemetery, and go to start it again, it makes funny noises.
When you sit in the ledge of the bridge, take your shoes off, and dangle your feet above the creek, you can feel a weird tickling feeling on your feet. Myth says it's the slave children drown there tickling your feet.PRAYER FOR PURITY.
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