The Landers Theatre Might Be The Most Haunted Place In Missouri
By Beth Price-Williams
Only In Missouri
Even the staunchest skeptic, when it comes to the paranormal, just might have a change of heart after spending a bit of time in Missouri. After all, the state’s teeming with the paranormal, giving us ample opportunity to experience something from the beyond. If you want to increase your chances of coming face-to-face with a lost soul from long ago, plan a visit to The Landers Theatre, the most haunted place in Missouri.
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Do you agree the Landers Theatre is the most haunted place in Missouri? If not, what place do you think is the most haunted? Let us know in the comments! For one of the spookiest experiences of your life, hit the highway on the road trip to the creepiest places in Missouri.
Address: The Landers Theatre, 311 E Walnut St, Springfield, MO 65806, USA
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