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Haunted Locations In St. Genevieve
Guibourd Valle House, located downtown on North 4th Street, at the cross streets of Jefferson Street and Merchant Street. Built in the 1780's the ghost of a man dressed in 1800's clothing and viewed only from the waist up has been seen in the second floor bedroom, and heard making crashing sounds and moving objects about. Also footsteps are reported to be heard in the kitchen. Open to the public 10am-5pm for a (fee); 573-883-7544.
Memorial Cemetery, runs the lengths of the 500 to 800 blocks of Jefferson Street. The cross streets are North 5th Street and North 8th Street. This very old cemetery is in run down condition and was closed down after reports of placing bodies too close together. There are legends and stories of this graveyard now being haunted.
The Delassus-Kern House. This is our first letter about this site being haunted.
Main Street Inn Bed & Breakfast, located at 221 North Main Street between Washington Street and Ziegler Street. Below is the first reference from an e-mail I have found to this site possibly being haunted. I would like to hear from anyone who has experienced paranormal activity anywhere in St. Genevieve. If you have a story from a personal experience or photo to share, please E-mail us and I will update this page with the additional info.
This letter is from a visitor to this site.
My husband and I stayed in St. Genevieve about three years ago. We stayed at the Main Street Inn Bed and Breakfast....wonderful place. We heard a couple of noises there that woke us up from a sound sleep at about 2 a.m. It sounded like a large metal pipe falling from the ceiling and landing on a concrete floor. The sound appeared to come right from our room, but we were on the top floor. When we woke up and looked around, the house was quite and we doubted if anyone was awake but us. When we asked about it in the morning, no one else heard anything but they did tell us the place used to be a hotel and there had been a lot of
renovating over the years. Anyway it was very strange. I have also heard that the Guibord-Valle House has some interesting activity and the Memorial Cemetery at the end of Merchant St. is quite active.