Sunday, September 04, 2016

Is Kansas City Workhouse Castle Haunted???



Great found drone footage today of the workhouse castle on Troost from above and with spooky music . . . The director claims the structure is haunted.

For the curious, click this link to read more on the the definitive history of the Kansas City workhouse castle built in 1897 to profit from the slave labor of petty offenders, vagrants and debtors.

Let's not forget that two years ago there was a widely touted effort to renew the structure that still stands vacant but slightly cleaner then before this earnest but still unsuccessful proposed renovation.

Developing . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Could we get a payday loan from the black folk at 18th and Vine in order to restore this castle?

Anonymous said...

Place could be cool but at 20th & Vine it's surrounding by the black plague. Might as well forgot about it.

Anonymous said...

Turn it into a walmart! east side needs more fat white women!

Anonymous said...

Yet another example of a grand dream of swell proportions and endless opportunities offered by dreamers who have everything to put into the project except...
MONEY.
Is the cash drawer still open at 12th and Oak?
Better question: Does it ever close?

Anonymous said...

So how much scientific evidence is there for ghosts, despite all the efforts to find it? I think NONE. Fyi for ghost believers: it was your parents who ate the cookies and milk you left out for Santa.

Anonymous said...

Not sure which is more scary- the ghosts inside the castle or the spooks walking around the hood.

Anonymous said...

The original intent fits the area perfectly, a jail.