The Governor’s Mansion

Located in Jefferson City, Mo
The ghost of nine year-old Carrie Crittenden, the daughter of Thomas Crittenden, supposedly at one time haunted the attic. She died in 1883 during a diphtheria outbreak. In 1883, during the tenure of Christopher Bond, a repairman came down from the attic and mentioned that their daughter had been up there all day with him. When informed that the Bond’s did not have children, the repairman left without finishing his work. She hasn’t been seen since. Other paranormal activity include objects moving, barely audible voices, and ripples of laughter that seem to move up and down the stairs, and footsteps that are heard in carpeted areas where actual footfalls would be silent.

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