One of Kansas City’s Most Historic and Haunted Houses!
We’re super excited to be able to investigate another one of Kansas City’s most haunted and historic properties.
The Majors House is significant to the early history of Kansas City. During the Civil War the house would have been used as a field hospital (during the Battle of Westport) with many soldiers likely succumbing to their wounds on the grounds and in the house.
The home was built for Alexander Majors and family in 1856, and is only one of 4 remaining houses of its type in Kansas City. Majors was an entrepreneur who played a prominent role in the economic growth of early Kansas City. He made his fortune in wagon train freighting and co-founded several business ventures, including the Pony Express.
The Majors House is shrouded in mystery, with many myths and legends around both Victorian-era death and mourning practices and the Majors House itself.
Unlike the Wornall House, the Majors House is rarely opened to the public for ghost tours or paranormal investigations. You won’t want to miss this special chance to explore this haunted hot spot!
Staff and visitors alike have reported many paranormal occurrences here, including the sounds of disembodied footsteps coming from empty rooms, strange noises that can’t be explained, voices, the feelings of being touched, unexplained cold spots, equipment malfunctions and more!
As this is very rarely investigated, there are a number of question marks regarding who or what is haunting this historic site. Could it be the spirit/s of slave/s that may have died here, could it be one of the early Majors family, or the spirit of Lousia Johnston (great-granddaughter of Alexander Majors), who so lovingly restored the building over many years from 1930 until her death in 1979? Who knows, but what is for certain is this house is definitely full of activity, and its story is just waiting to be told!
Come and join us on a real paranormal investigation here and discover what this haunted house is hiding!
The only question you need to ask yourself now is whether you’re brave enough to investigate this foreboding Victorian building in the dead of night?
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