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"Greg Myers' Favorite Top 10 Haunted
Places To Hunt For Real Ghosts"
Greg became part of MISSOURI PARANORMAL RESEARCH™ in August of 2005 serving as a co- administrator, lead investigator and EVP specialist. While serving with MPR, Greg became an instrumental element in the collection and analysis of evidence in a case involving an extreme "inhuman" haunting and possession. This Haunting was featured on the Discovery Channel's "A Haunting" series as the Season 3 opener in October 2006. Greg then co-founded PARANORMAL TASK FORCE, Inc. in October 2006. PARANORMAL TASK FORCE™, Inc. is a not for profit incorporation which educates and promotes the awareness of paranormal research as well as other historical and
paranormal related issues along with providing assistance to the public and other organizations.
MISSOURI PARANORMAL RESEARCH™ now serves as its non-extreme investigative and research division while other divisions will be launched making Paranormal Task Force™, Inc. a "One Stop" resource for all paranormal needs of clients, the public and other organizations as well.
Greg Myers Top 10 Haunted
1. Union House (featured in the "Fear
House" episode of "A Haunting")
in Union, MO - www.unionhaunting.com
UNION HAUNTING - Personal Tribulation of GREG MYERS
I had paranormal experiences until I reached my early teens. I somehow shut myself away
from them, though for about 20 years. During this period, as my earlier experiences became
long faded memories, I became skeptical of the paranormal. Eventually, I married a wonderful
woman and moved into a house where my paranormally sensitive wife attempted to convince
me that our lovely adobe was haunted by the spirits that used to reside in an early 1900s farm
house which had sat close to where our current home was built. As any good skeptic would, I
would just tell her that she was crazy and that there were no ghosts in our homes.
After five years of hearing her rants and updates of the alleged ghostly activities, my
paranormal senses were reawakened one early morning at about 1 a.m. I was sitting on the
porcelain throne in our second floor bathroom. Looking out the open door, I saw a man
standing on the stairs, his face pressed between the rails, watching me do my personal
business. Like a bolt from heaven I jumped off the toilet and ran into the bathroom. “Call 9-1-
1!” I yelled at my wife as I grabbed a nearby shotgun. In the midst of my panic I was irritated to
realize that my wife was LAUGHING AT ME. Finally, she was able to tell me that I wasn’t going
to find anyone but ourselves in the house. Naturally, I didn’t believe her. I spent an hour
searching every room, every closet, all the pantries, underneath beds, and behind curtains
searching for this man that I KNEW was still in my house. I finally gave up my search and
destroy mission, and allowed my wife to explain that I had merely seen one of the regular
spirits that she had been telling me about. Her explanation really didn’t help. It just left me
confused and baffled and with an elevated blood pressure and a heart pounding at a 100
beats minute. MORE HERE >
It's not just the purported ghosts making Zombie Road scary.
Wildwood and Ellisville police complain that the number of trespassers on Lawler Ford Road - better known to locals as "Zombie Road" - is what's really spooking those communities.
And, though Wildwood plans eventually to create its Rock Hollow Trail there and allow daytime use, both agencies have stepped up enforcement of laws that ban being on the nearly three-mile, broken asphalt, gravel and dirt road.
Lawler Ford Road was constructed in the 1860s to provide access to the Meramec River and railroad tracks. It is unknown how the "Lawler" portion of the name came about but there was a "Ford" somewhere down the line. It obtained its' Zombie Road name in the 1950s. The original name was tossed due to many stories of a local killer named "Zombie" that supposedly lived by the river.
Like any unused place, Zombie Road become the hot spot for teenagers to party, drink and hangout. I guess that accounts for the killer story. It's a good way to scare kids away from such places as well as draw them to it. Murderer stories aside, it also has a reputation for ghosts.
Supposedly, the first inhabitants were Native Americans, Shawnee to be exact. A family in the 1800s claimed to have been frequently visited by their spirits. There is also the story of a man who was run over by a train. There is no record of this act ever happening (though I doesn't say it didn't). However, it is believed the ghost people are referring to is that of the first white settlers wife Della Hamilton McCullough who was killed by a railroad car.
Zombie Road also saw death during the Civil War. Short battles with a group called Home Guard supposedly took place there as well as people attempting to cross the river unsuccessfully. And was THE spot during its clubhouse era until floods wiped everything away.
This road has also gained fame for a specific photo taken by Tom Halstead and for being featured in the documentary Children of the Grave.
Look dead into the eye of fear as acclaimed documentary
filmmakers, The Booth Brothers ( 'Spooked, The Ghosts Of Waverly Hills Sanatorium' as seen on the Sci Fi "scfy" Channel) unearth the shocking existence of ghost children!
Explore abandoned orphanages and cemeteries,
uncovering the tragic history of thousands of
orphan inmates buried in unmarked graves.
Journey to the Devils Woods and witness the invasion
of shadow children. Hunt for an evil ghost predator
lurking in the tunnels of a haunted orphan castle.
Utilizing the top paranormal experts,
ghost hunters and high tech gadgetry,
the filmmakers capture never-before-seen
evidence that Ghosts Do Exist!
Pythian Castle has been certified as haunted
by Ozark Paranormal Society
With over 90 years of history, our ghosts transcend many decades from the time of the orphanage to the years the military occupied the building. It is not uncommon here to hear male or females voices, to bump into a mass, hear noises such as doors shutting or boxes being moved with no one around or to see an image. Orbs have been detected in several areas of the building along with temperature changes and voices have been caught on tape. Some even claim to have gotten ghostly images in their photos. We are attempting to collect data on the occurances as they happen as well as collect information of events before our time here. Any additions, please let us know. In the meantime, you may find some of the evidence collected from several paranormal professionals that have been through here. Their web page links are listed below. If you are interested in learning how to hunt for ghosts we offer a workshop every other month.
Private House" (Private Residence - Missouri) - Investigation of November 19, 2005 - 3:30 p.m. to
In attendance were Cousin Greg, Judy, Regina, Dan and Greg from MISSOURI PARANORMAL RESEARCH and Terry, Tom and Angie of Ghosts & Haunts in Missouri.
Local weather conditions for this investigation for the time period of 3:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Was partly cloudy, winds from the south/south west ranging from 6 to 12 mph, temperatures started at 60 degrees Fahrenheit and dropped to 46 degrees Fahrenheit by 11:30 p.m., dew point ranged from 21 to 28 for the duration of this investigation, barometric pressure ranged from 30.01 rising to 30.14 duration this investigation. Relative Humidity Ranged from 23% rising to 50%.
Lunar data was a Waning Gibbous Moon at approximately 84 percent Full. Solar X-Rays were active and the Geomagnetic Field was unsettled.
This house was built in the 1800's with an addition to it in the 1900's.
Other structures were present on the property.
Visiting family of neighbors have reported seeing a white glowing female figure on the front porch
and front yard area of this home.
MISSOURI PARANORMAL RESEARCH conducted an investigation of the historical Arcadia Valley Academy in Arcadia, MO on October 21, 2006. In attendance from Missouri Paranormal Research (MPR) were Steven, Elliot, Eli, Greg, Judy, Tom, Theresa, Tim, Tracy, Charlotte, Also in attendance were Chris and Brad from the St. Francis County Daily Journal.
The Lemp Mansion is located in St. Louis, Missouri, a short distance away from the Mississippi River. Take Broadway from Interstate 55 and follow that to Cherokee Street. Go west on Cherokee and turn right onto De Menil Place. The address of the mansion is 3322. The Pointer Family has owned and operated the Lemp Mansion since 1975.
In 1980, Life Magazine called the Lemp Mansion "one of the ten most haunted places in America". The Lemp family line died out with him and the family's resting place can now be found in beautiful Bellefontaine Cemetery.
Whispers Estate is a beautiful 3,700 sq. ft. Victorian home nestled in the pleasant city of Mitchell, IN. Aside from offering visitors a friendly atmosphere and a place to relax and unwind, it is one of the few places you can go that the walls actually do talk!
“Whispers Estate is one of those places that every ghost hunter wishes they had in their neighborhood”
-Brett Pittman, Haunted Indiana Paranormal
“I spent last Saturday night at Whispers Estate, and I just want to say that this is truly a haunted house. I have never in my life ever experienced anything like it before. It is terrifying and amazing!!!”
Just what is it that has ghost hunters and others coming back, time and time again?
* 3,700 sq. ft. Victorian-style home
* Strange smells (vintage cologne/antiseptics)
* Water faucets turn on/off by themselves.
* Lights flicker
* Eerie voices and mysterious happenings
* Real, audible feedback/responses - no need for EVP here!
* Several entities
* 4 graves in the backyard (possibly 5)
Major General William S. Harney Summer Home, Nation Register of Historic Places (1984). Known as the "Harney Mansion", this historic home stands on South Mansion Street, and is owned by the Harney Mansion Foundation, a private organization which is seeking funds for the restoration of the structure. The Sullivan Chamber of Commerce cooperates with the foundation and arranges visits to the home.
The Harney Mansion is considered to be the most haunted mansion in Sullivan, Missouri. This home was constructed in the year of 1872 by a man named General William Harney. This served as a home for the summers for Harney from the year it was finished in 1872 to the year of 1884. Harney was a military figure that was well respected in the United States. He served in the Civil War. However, he also did several other things that made him a notable figure. For example, he fought in the Seminole War that took place in Florida, and he also defeated the Sioux Indians. Here, you will learn about Harney’s haunted mansion.
William Harney eventually sold his magnificent mansion and moved on to Florida. The home changed hands several times, and in the process it experienced some structural damage and by the time it was purchased in the 1990’s, it needed renovated in a serious way. Once the renovations started, many different types of unexplained phenomenon started to occur. The following outlines some of the paranormal activity that has occurred in this structure:
1. There have been several different types of glowing lights that have been seen in the mansion. These lights have been seen from a distance in windows, up close and personal as mists, orbs, and more. Numerous ghost videos and ghost pictures have been captured on ghost tours that have taken place in the building as documentation of the lights.
2. Many individuals who have worked within the structure and those who have toured the home have been subjected to strange and unusual smells that have no basis. These smells include that of a lilac like smell, as well as tobacco – as if it is burning from a pipe.
3. There are several people who feel as if they have been touched in one way or another by an unseen presence. This is often very frightening, but the touches do not seem to be invasive in any way at all. They actually seem to be rather friendly.
4. Apparitions of male and female spirits have also been observed in the haunted mansion. These apparitions seem to be strong, and glowing. In some instances, they acknowledge the living, and in other instances, they seem to be more “residual” in basis.
5. Noises have been documented throughout the structure. These noises sound like people walking, items moving, and even swift breezes have been documented by several.
If you would like to experience the spirits that walk among the most haunted mansion that belonged to William Harney, you can find out more information by sending an email to:
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(my own residence would make the list
at round No. 8, but thought that would
be a bit tacky to list plus I have
not disclosed much about it yet)
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