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1859 Jail and Marshal's Museum - Real Haunted Place

  • 217 N. Main St.
  • Independence, MO
  • (816) 252-1892
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This museum is believed to be haunted by some spirits, including a former Jackson County Sheriff named Henry Bugler. Henry was killed in 1866 at the jail and has been spotted in the center south cell wearing a blue suit. Witnesses here have reported extreme cold, growling, footsteps, nausea and hearing a man gasping for air. Jesse James' brother Frank was imprisoned here for about six months.
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Contact Phone #: (816) 252-1892

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