The Coates House - Real Haunt in Kansas City MO
The Coates House began as a hotel in 1867 and had some famous guests including William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt and Grover Cleveland. A fire occurred in 1978 and killed at least 16 people. At this time the property operated as a homeless shelter.
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