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Alexander Majors House on West 82nd Street and State Line Road is one of the oldest mansions still standing in the area. It dates back to the Civil War era. Alexander Majors House on West 82nd Street and State Line Road is one of the oldest mansions still standing in the area. It dates back to the Civil War era.
Paranormal investigators caught the unexplainable on camera near the back stairs of the home. Paranormal investigators caught the unexplainable on camera near the back stairs of the home.
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

For those out on Halloween night looking for thrills and chills, a little known haunted attraction is open for ghost tours.

Alexander Majors House on West 82nd Street and State Line Road is one of the oldest mansions still standing in the area. It dates back to the Civil War era.

Peer into the windows of Alexander Majors House long enough, and one may catch a shadow staring back. Some say the spooks inside aren't staged.

Emily Heid said two people passed away inside the north bedroom, which is the most haunted room in the house.

Paranormal investigators even saw a full body apparition of a child standing on a trunk inside the room.

They also detected numerous spirits of Confederate soldiers and one former homeowner who got so attached she never really left.

"Louisa Johnson has been known to stand right beside you there," Heid said.

One time, a ghost hunter smelled pipe tobacco take over the room.

"The next thing you know, the spirit flew down these back stairs, flew right into her and knocked her down to the ground," Heid said.

Inside the blacksmith shop, Heid warns others of what could come.

"We have a very aggressive male ghost that loves to have his stomping ground here," she said.

Heid said he is known to pester women by playing with their hair or push them down. She is convinced he possessed a female median.

"Her voice dropped. It was gravelly, and she has a female higher voice, and it changed," Heid said.

This is the first year Alexander Majors House has ever been open for ghost tours. If you do want to find out for yourself how haunted the mansion is, Thursday is the last public tour.

The ghost tour starts at 7 p.m. and costs $15 per person.

You can also get in on a paranormal investigation at 9:30 p.m. Spots are limited and tickets are $50 each.

To purchase tickets for ghost tours and paranormal investigations call 816-444-1858 or visit www.alexandermajors.com. Advanced registration and payment is necessary.

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