Stagecoach Inn Museum - Real Haunted Place
- 1363 Candle Rd.
- Manchester, IA
- (319) 631-4182
This location was once an inn and a museum and is now a private residence that allows no trespassing, unless permission is granted. The home is rumored to be haunted by the Baker family, who once owned and ran the museum. They are buried in a graveyard nearby.
I was a little girl when I used to live in the StageCoach Inn with my grandma and my sister. I would see this old woman stand over my bed and watch me as I would do things like color or get ready for bed. I would start seeing others and little kids out in the yard or in the barn. There was this man that would flicker the bathroom lights continuously and someone would change the channels from the music channel to ghost adventures. There was this one figure that looked like a women who never left the barn and just walked around, at nights if I was outside it felt like she would get closer and closer to me and I was terrified of that place. I was so happy to finally end up moving out of there but i’m sad that it was torn down after us being the last to live there. Posted 4/22/19
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