This Haunted Missouri Winery Is The Stuff Nightmares Are Made Of
By Stephanie Butler|Updated on September 23, 2023(Originally published August 29, 2022)
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The Independent Order of Odd Fellows is a religiously and politically independent fraternal order founded in 1819 by Thomas Wildey in Baltimore, Maryland. They constructed a number of buildings on what was originally a 240-acre farm in Liberty. Now known as the historic Odd Fellows Home District, it was established in 1900. It is now home to Belvoir Winery, an active business. This location is also said to be one of the most haunted places in Missouri.
Before now, would you have believed there was a haunted winery in Kansas City? Have you ever visited Belvoir Winery or the Odd Fellows Historic District? Would you like to? Let us know in the comments! Then, take a peek at these haunted houses in Missouri. You could even pack up the car or rent an RV from RVShare and take a haunted road trip in Missouri.
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Haunted Hotels In Missouri
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Are there any haunted hotels in Missouri?
Besides the Belvoir Winery's history of hauntings, there are plenty of other inns and hotels that might give you a creepy overnight. Here are a few haunted hotels in Missouri:
Finding a cozy place to stay overnight is never difficult, especially if you want to stay in one of the haunted hotels in Missouri. Request a room on the third floor at Hotel Bothwell in Sedalia, if you want to experience the paranormal. The floor is said to be haunted by chattering children and an annoying woman who tends to talk a little bit too loud. If you go swimming at The Elms Hotel in Excelsior Springs, you might just catch sight of the spirits of gangsters who frequented the hotel when it served as a speakeasy during Prohibition. A woman, desperately searching for her child, is also seen running through the hotel. She may even tug on your hair. Request the Rosen Room at the Walnut Street Inn in Springfield. It’s home to the spirit of its former owner, who might grab your blankets off of you as you sleep or sit on the edge of the bed, waking you up.
What are some other haunted places in Missouri?
Haunted Kansas City hotels are not the only place to get intense goosebumps. Some other haunted places in Missouri include:
Missouri is teeming with the paranormal, and chances are you won’t have to travel too far from home to visit one of its most haunted places. If you’re a history buff and a fan of the paranormal, plan a visit to Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield in Republic, MO. At the site of a Civil War battle, some of those weary souls still roam the battlefield. You might, in fact, see Civil War soldiers marching across the otherwise tranquil battlefield and hear the firing of cannons. Some even claim to hear soldiers chatting in the wooded areas of the haunted Missouri battlefield. Missouri is home to all kinds of haunted places, in fact, including the Missouri State Penitentiary, Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park, and Oak Ridge Cemetery.