Paranormal investigation at historic Blue Springs home

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. – It’s that time of year when weird things can get a little more disturbing.

That’s when Apex Paranormal steps to investigate events that are not easily explained.

This October, the group investigated Dillingham-Louis House and The Chicago-Alton Hotel in Blue Springs.

A couple named Morgan and Melvina Dillingham owned the house in the 1800s. It has been owned by the Blue Springs Historical Society since the 1970s.

Historical Society members report seeing shadows, poltergeists, and other unexplained moments in the house.

“What’s exciting for us is the opportunity for people to come, for us to share our passion, for them to ask questions about the paranormal, and what we’ve found is that people are really into it,” said Elijah Buchhotz, Apex Paranormal. .

Investigators say the history of the house is part of the fun.

Apex Paranormal hosts a paranormal tour leading up to Halloween and reports of people on several tours also reporting seeing lights and hearing footsteps in the house.

“We kind of go into the floor where we share a little bit of history, we share ghost stories, not just urban legend stories, but things that we’ve actually experienced and encountered when we’re investigating here,” Buchhotz said.

Tickets are required for the tour, or to be part of Ghost hunting is planned for 28-29. October.

If you can’t make it to Blue Springs, Apex Paranormal is holding tours and investigations in two other Kansas Cities this October.

The team plans to hunt ghosts in Harris Kearney Civil War Home in Kansas City, that is Shoal Creek Ghost Town in Kansas City. Both events took place on October 28 and October 29.

Apex Paranormal investigated the Glore Psychic Museum in St. Joseph earlier this month.

They also travel the country to investigate reported paranormal activity, including the Conjuring House in Rhode Island.

The nonprofit also has an event called Apex Chronicle which flows in Paraflixx. The group will air a new episode that shows the only time they’ve ever been forced out of a location halfway through an investigation.

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