Lemp Mansion – Its history has it all. From prosperity to suicide, beer barons into eccentrics, this stone mansion was constructed in 1868 and reined over the social elite of St. Louis, Missouri for almost a decade. Frequent visitors included terror great Vincent Price, visiting dignitaries and the top crust of St. Louis. Built above a cavern of twisting underground cave systems, its secret passages, darkened hallways, and history of suicides play host to paranormal events which happen daily in the renowned Bed and Breakfast.
In Summary, it seems no Place in the world is protected by a supernatural being; make it a home, castle, film centre, forest or street. Inspiration is everywhere, and the only limitation is your imagination. It was not long before his Daughters and his servants started to encounter the beings – ghostly knocking and rapping, the noise of footsteps and misty graphics became a regular feature of life in Burley Rectory. None of this bothered Reverend Bull – actually he built a summer home, where he and his son Harry would unwind in the evenings, awaiting the sorrowful nun to wander beyond them! Harry took over the rectory after his father’s death, and lived there in relative harmony with his ghostly guests before his death. His successor lasted just one year, not able to stay in the now deteriorating house and reluctant to put up with all the ghosts.
In actuality, a female skull was discovered at a brown bag in the back of a cabinet soon after the family took up residence. When Reverend Foyster and his wife moved in, the ghosts were comparatively silent; perhaps relishing the lack of human companions. Paranormal activity increased with the new occupants, and matters became disagreeable. Guests were locked out of their rooms, windows were broken for no reason and furniture has been moved around.
Haunting in most extreme haunted houses in Ohio started during an argument between two princes over the kingdom. One afternoon, the younger brother was running a sermon the older sibling hurried in and stabbed him. The mixture of fratricide and an unfinished sermon damned the castle for eternity. The bloody chapel’s title was earned when the walls turned red for no reason. A seven year old princess died after an inexplicable fall down the stairs. A girl felt a hand on her shoulder, and saw a being resembling a half-human/half sheep that stank of sulphur. Terrified she fled the castle. Her husband never emerged, and his body was never found.