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Kansas City paranormal investigator Becky Ray has seen her share of strange and inexplicable things as she ventured into the most haunted city in Kansas. Abandoned Mansions, Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Spooky Places, Haunted Places, Haunted Towns, Haunted Houses, Haunted America, Ghost Hauntings

This is the infamous Gargoyle House, a haunted place in Kansas. Read its terrible history here >>>

The Best Places to Instagram in Kansas City Kansas City Missouri, City Photography, New York Travel, Viera, Thailand Travel, Taking Pictures, The Good Place, Storm Clouds, Tornados

The Best Places to Instagram in Kansas City | Seeking the South

For those of you lovely human beings that follow me on Instagram, you probably saw on my story last week that I finally went home to Kansas City to visit my parents/take a little vacay. For anyone…

The Old Red Bridge in Minor Park is a historic landmark south of Downtown Kansas City—and one of the most romantic spots in all of KC. Bring a lock and someone special and head south to grab scenic shots of love eternal. Love Lock Bridge, Kansas City Missouri, Wedding Spot, Wedding Ideas, Us Destinations, Parks And Recreation, Photo Location, Staycation, Park City

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Old Red Bridge is adjacent to the new bridge located on Red Bridge Road between Holmes and Blue River Road in south Kansas City.

Luziers Cosmetic Building at 3216 Gillham (Gillham and LInwood); designed by Nelle Nichols Peters Kansas City Missouri, Historical Pictures, Architectural Elements, City Streets, Vintage Beauty, The Neighbourhood, Childhood, History, Building

Luziers Cosmetic Building at 3216 Gillham (Gillham and LInwood); designed by Nelle Nichols Peters

Slavery in the southern colonies essays Essays Related to Southern Colonies. Slavery eventually became the, and that was very useful to the Southern Colonists. African American Slavery, American Civil War, African Americans, Liberty Missouri, Kansas City Missouri, Southern Colonies, Slavery History, My Family History, Photo Essay

Dred Scott Decision

The trials of Dred Scott were the beginning of a complicated series of events which concluded with a U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1857

Johnny Lazia (coatless) partnered with Solly Weissman in gambling ventures and made himself the Italian that Tom Pendergast and the other KC Irishmen respected as much as their own. He would do that in a way that combines political nerve and street muscle - that he perfected while he was still very young. Kansas City Missouri, Best Kept Secret, Gangsters, Irish Men, My Town, Amazing People, Historical Photos, Mafia, Crime

WILD CARD IN KANSAS CITY

I think if the train had been late, things might have been different. Perhaps the three men waiting would have attracted attention, or grown bored or been out of position. But the overnight Missouri Pacific train from Fort Smith, Arkansas was unfortunately right on schedule, pulling into Kansas City’s Union Station at 7:15 A.M. on Saturday, June 17th., 1933. And because it was punctual, the train efficiently, smoothly delivered an FBI agent, three local cops and one gangster on time to their…

The Battleof Lone Jack happened in Jackson County, Missouri August 15 . Home History, History Facts, World History, Kansas City Missouri, America Civil War, August 15, Cemetery, Genealogy, Lincoln

Fighting In Missouri

The Battle of Lone Jack happened in Jackson County, Missouri August 15th and 16th 1862. Union Major Emory S Foster moved his 800 hundred men from Lexington, Missouri to Lone Jack. Upon moving in they come up against 1,600 Confederate troops under the command of Colonel John Trousdale Coffee. On August 15th 1862 about 9 pm the Union force attacked the Confederate camp sending the soldiers scattering. Early the next morning Foster was told that a large Confederate force was advancing. They…

MO-KS -- Kansas Memory Item of the Week: A photograph of Willie Cade, a steam ferry owned by Captain W. The ferry traveled the Missouri River between Leavenworth, Kansas, and East Leavenworth, Missouri. Date: between 1865 and 1870 State Of Kansas, Kansas City, Leavenworth Kansas, Steam Boats, Missouri River, Old Photos, Gel Press, History, World

Kansas Memory Item of the Week: A photograph of Willie Cade, a steam ferry owned by Captain W. A. Cade. The ferry traveled the Missouri River between Leavenworth, Kansas, and East Leavenworth, Missouri. Date: between 1865 and 1870