Lemp Mansion

St. Louis, MO   /   0 Reviews

3322 Demenil Pl, St. Louis, MO 63118, USA

The Lemp family who built the mansion experienced a lot of tragedy and drama in spite of their wealth. William Lemp shot himself in the house. William’s son was born with Down’s Syndrome and was hidden away in a secluded room. William’s wife Lillian was a wealthy socialite married for her money. The presence of Lillian, known as the Lavender Lady, is still felt in the mansion.

When renovations started, unhappy entities made their presence known. Manifestations occur in William and Lillian’s suites and the basement tunnel that led to a cave for William’s parties. Misty apparitions and shadow figures appear in the basement near the sealed tunnel entrance.

  • A scent of lavender is in Lillian’s suite
  • Locked doors open by themselves
  • Glasses in the bar break for no reason

Investigators have determined that six members of the family and a dog are still haunting Lemp Mansion.

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