This was my favorite episode. It originally aired on October 2000 for Fox Network. Before Ghost Hunters. This what got me into ghost hunting and stories etc. This house is in Missouri I think, this was hosted by Linda Blair.
I vaguely remember this. There are other stories like it. Unfortunately, until someone can show me empirical scientific evidence ghosts exist, I will remain a doubter. That said, Gettysburg is replete with ghost stories, but for as many times as I have visited, I have never experienced anything remotely ghost like.
Don't misunderstand, I like a good ghost story as much as anyone. I believe most folks who say they have seen something extraordinary have in fact witnessed some kind of phenomenon. Still, until there is empirical scientific evidence, I will remain a ghost skeptic. It would seem to me with all the technology we have today, that there would be some reliable scientific evidence, but like bigfoot, it continues to prove elusive. As a point of interest, we have our own Ghost story here in Middle Tennessee. Lt. Col. Julius Peter Garesche served as General Rosecrans Chief of Staff and was beheaded by a cannon ball while riding his horse during the Battle of Stones River. It is said his beheaded ghost can be seen riding the Stones River Battlefield at night or so some claim.I guess you just have to look or go at the right time to see the ghost. I have personal experience before I've seen stuff I couldn't explain before. It's hard to tell people what you saw, something "Paranormal". Without the evidence to back it up etc. That's why they make these shows etc. There are a lot of skeptics out there, that also ghost hunt but to debunk it etc. That's what TAPS does why they started their show. That's why I liked their group the best.
They do serve excellent food, even if not there for the eternal spirits.Guess it's one of those rather iffy catagory in an iffy field, as to what constitutes the "scariest"
Generally the Lemp mansion is mentioned as most haunted in the state, and often on most haunted lists for the whole country
One of the most haunted in America, the Lemp Mansion continues to play host to the tragic Lemp family and is now a theatre, restaurant and bed and breakfastwww.legendsofamerica.com