Kansas City, MO is home to one of the most haunted places the state, Union Station of Kansas City. Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
The station was completed in 1914 and was a bustling hub of the region, with more than 200 passenger trains coming through daily. As train travel diminished, so did the stations usefulness. It was closed in the 1980s, and sat empty and neglected. A historic bi-state initiative was passed to fund the station's renovation in 1996; a landmark bi-state initiative was passed to support the station's restoration, which was completed in 1999.
The station is to host business meetings, recognition events, weddings and parties of all sorts.
Stories of unexplained phenomena started surfacing when renovations were being done. Employees reported seeing a woman in a black dress only to watch her disappear as she went down the steps. Other reports include the sight of phantom travelers carrying suitcases and mysterious train whistles with no trains in sight.
This property was featured on Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures.
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