Fri. Oct 15th, 2021

If you read this article it means that you are interested in learning about haunted house stories. Do you believe in ghosts? You can answer yes or no. But there are some real stories where we have to believe in ghosts and you may have heard. Most people do not believe in ghosts and think that such stories are fabricated by someone. But some have experience with ghosts. You can see such a true story below. If you’ve heard of it and you know more about it, please comment so everyone can know.

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The Lemp Mansion in St. Louis, Missouri

The Lamp House in St. Louis is considered one of the most haunted places in America. It is so called because of its tragic history. The 33-room house was built by William Lump in the 1860s. He committed suicide in 1904 after the death of Friedrich, the youngest of his four sons. Unfortunately, a few years later, his wife also died of cancer at home. The house was sold in 1949 and was converted into a boarding house, where reports of ghosts began.

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14 thoughts on “Real-Life Haunted House Stories”
  1. Lemp/Lamp mansion was also a restaurant that had great food. It also had information about the ghosts and also a tour I believe. It is no longer in operation but I do not know if it is abandoned again.

  2. I have always , even as a child been drawn to things of midevil time period, such as great Castles! They are so enchanting, however with a mysterious air to their past…I would greatly enjoy going to Europe and visiting a few of my favorites in person& perhaps inside!

  3. I have always been fascinated by ghosts stories. I love watching horror films because of the places that are shown and the stories. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Yes, I believe. At a chiropractors office where my sister in law worked, had a physical therapy room. The offices were u shapoed and at the bottom of the you was the reception desk, where my sister in law worked. I was standing there talking to her and the door to the pt room was open. There was a big red rubber ball in the room sitting against the wall. I saw it move from the wall, it rolled to the middle of the room and then it rolled back. On the right side of the u were curtained patient areas. One of the doctors was talking to another when a patient came out of his section very pale. He said he had been laying on the bed and he saw a woman in his room. He asked if he could help her and she shook her head no. When he looked at her again, she could only be seen from the waist up. From the tv being shut off at the end of the day and then being on in the morning, the copying machine also turned off at the end of the day, to being on and running in the morning, the girls that worked there, would not go into some areas alone. They were to scared.

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