This popular restaurant in St. Louis is apparently haunted, the restaurant knows about it, and encourages ghost tours with its unique dining experience...

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According to the Food Network, the "Most Haunted" restaurant in all of Missouri is a place called The Lemp Mansion in St. Louis. So what exactly makes The Lemp Mansion so haunted? On the Food Network's site, they say...

"... the mansion’s dark side is a well-known phenomenon among St. Louis locals and ghost hunters alike. Paranormal investigators have reported disembodied voices, sightings of otherworldly figures...The origins of the activity are unknown, but many speculate that a series of Lemp family tragedies might have something to do with it...Despite all this, the Lemp Mansion remains a beloved St. Louis treasure and dining spot. Several dishes on the menu are named for Lemp family members. Try the Steak Charles, (named for Charles Lemp), which rolled in Italian breadcrumbs is topped with the city’s beloved Provel cheese, mushrooms and a white wine-lemon butter sauce..."

The Lemp Mansion has its own website, and on the website, they offer a myriad of different experiences from weddings, to bus tours, mystery dinners, ghost tours, and of course overnight stays...For more information on the Most Haunted Restaurant in all of Missouri click here!

I've said it once before and I will continue to say it, why go looking for ghosts? I have no desire to ever go to The Lemp Mansion, I'm really glad I know about it now so if a friend ever says "hey, let's get dinner at this great restaurant in St. Louis called The Lemp Mansion" I can politely tell them "Over my dead body"...

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