Haunted Sites of Southwest Missouri and the Ozarks
The Joplin Spook Light - There are many articles that you will be able to find on this area’s most talked about anomaly. There are reports of Spook Light sightings dated as far back as 1881 with many different explanations as to what the Spook Light actually is.
The Lander’s Theater, Springfield, Missouri - Located on Springfield’s historic Walnut Street, the Lander’s now known as The Springfield Little Theater, was built in 1909 this building has been fully renovated and is still in use today as a playhouse and many other things. There are reports of several spirits that haunt this theater. The most common one is that of a Janitor who in 1920 when the theater caught fire died. There are reports that his ghost can be seen in the balcony by the actors who are on stage. Another sighting is of a tall blond who is dressed in clothing from the 1600’s and who looks out of the window from the fourth floor.
Noland Road, Bronson, Mi - Although the history of the area surrounding the Noland Road haunting is unknown, it is said that if you drive down this road that you will find small hand prints in the dust that settles on your vehicle.
The Crescent Hotel, built in 1886, was built on the crest of this mountain and still overlooks the town today. This hotel is said to be haunted by many different spirits from a workman who died during the construction of the hotel, a nurse who worked at the hotel when it was used as a hospital as well as several other ghosts that guests and employees alike have reported.

Haunted Sites of Southwest Missouri and the Ozarks

  • The Joplin Spook Light - There are many articles that you will be able to find on this area’s most talked about anomaly. There are reports of Spook Light sightings dated as far back as 1881 with many different explanations as to what the Spook Light actually is.
  • The Lander’s Theater, Springfield, Missouri - Located on Springfield’s historic Walnut Street, the Lander’s now known as The Springfield Little Theater, was built in 1909 this building has been fully renovated and is still in use today as a playhouse and many other things. There are reports of several spirits that haunt this theater. The most common one is that of a Janitor who in 1920 when the theater caught fire died. There are reports that his ghost can be seen in the balcony by the actors who are on stage. Another sighting is of a tall blond who is dressed in clothing from the 1600’s and who looks out of the window from the fourth floor.
  • Noland Road, Bronson, Mi - Although the history of the area surrounding the Noland Road haunting is unknown, it is said that if you drive down this road that you will find small hand prints in the dust that settles on your vehicle.
  • The Crescent Hotel, built in 1886, was built on the crest of this mountain and still overlooks the town today. This hotel is said to be haunted by many different spirits from a workman who died during the construction of the hotel, a nurse who worked at the hotel when it was used as a hospital as well as several other ghosts that guests and employees alike have reported.
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