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Wyeth Tootle Mansion Ghost Hunt
Wyeth Tootle Mansion
St Joseph, MO
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Nivel de admisión Precio Cantidad
Ghost Hunting Ticket $129.00 ($136.44 con tarifas de servicio)

Nivel de admisión Precio Cantidad
Ghost Hunting Ticket $129.00 ($136.44 con tarifas de servicio)
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Wyeth Tootle Mansion Ghost Hunt
Our Ghost Hunts at Wyeth Tootle Mansion in St. Joseph, Missouri satisfies the intriguing lure of one of the most haunted locations in St. Josephs.

This very foreboding haunted location maybe beautiful in the daylight, but as night draws in, its haunted inhabitants come out.

William Goetz, St Josephs Museum board president helped purchase this mansion, around 1946.

Some of the paranormal that has been captured are the full blown apparitions of two children playing in one of the bedrooms, others have captured EVPs which relate back to Mrs Tootle.

Is Wyeth Tootle Mansion haunted by some of the former patients from Glore Psychiatric Museum?

With macabre devices and haunted objects on display, there is no doubt that the spirits are still lingering and just waiting to share their stories with you!

Your ghost hunt at Wyeth Tootle Mansion includes the following:

Ghost Hunting Vigils.

Structured Vigils.

Ghost Hunt with experienced Ghost Hunting Team.

Use of our equipment which includes, trigger objects and EMF Meters.

Private time to explore this location and to undertake your very own private vigils.

Unlimited refreshments available throughout the night including: Coffee, Coca Cola, Diet Coke, and Bottled Water.

Selection of snacks.

Location History:

St. Joseph is known for an extensive collection of beautiful mansions built in the late 1800s, and the Wyeth Tootle Mansion at the corner of 11th and Charles Streets is a prime example. With three floors, a tower and more than 40 rooms, it stands today as one of the best examples of St. Josephs late 19th century wealth and opulence, featuring stunning woodwork, hand-painted ceilings and imported stained glass.

In 1879, William and Eliza Wyeth hired architect Edmond Eckel to design a mansion resembling the castles they had seen on the Rhine River as they were traveling in Germany. This 43-room Gothic style mansion combines an example of the homes of early prominent St. Joseph residents with exhibits on the history of St. Joseph.

The first floor of the Wyeth Tootle Mansion has been partially restored to its Victorian grandeur. Old photographs of each room help visitors visualize the interior as it was around 1900. Each rooms ceiling is impressively different, from the cherubs that float above the Louis XVI parlor to the dark rich colors that cover the Moorish room. Ornate parquet floors and walnut woodwork change from room to room.

William and Eliza Wyeth moved to St. Joseph in 1859, and William soon developed his small wholesale-retail business into the prosperous Wyeth Hardware and Manufacturing Company and Wyeth Saddle Factory. In 1879, the Wyeths moved into this mansion with a panoramic view of the city and the Missouri River. However, they only lived in the home for eight years.

In the spring of 1887, the Wyeths sold the home to Mrs. Katherine Tootle. Mrs. Tootle was the recent widow of Milton Tootle. Miltons obituary identified him as the builder of the prosperity of St. Joseph and the leader of its Golden Age. His business interests included mercantile establishments, the Western Bank of Missouri, and the Tootle Opera House. At his death, he had amassed the largest fortune of any individual in the city. Mrs. Tootle continued with many of his business interests.

After purchasing the home, she hired the New York firm of Pottier and Stymus to redecorate the interior. The main hall featured a walnut paneled ceiling and an elaborately carved staircase. The parquet floors, in keeping with the style of the time, were almost entirely covered with area rugs and furniture. Two stained-glass windows were added on the stairway landings. One resembled a Renaissance-style painting, and the other is of beautifully cut, stained glass. The ceilings werehand painted on canvas by a European artist.

Katherines son, Milton Tootle Jr., was the next occupant of the house. He and his wife Lillian added a large porch to the south side and a family dining room on the southeast side. A 1932 newspaper article described Milton Tootles home: The ceilings were painted in Europe, and the walls were lined with heavy draperies, nearly an inch thick, with elaborate handwork appliqués made of materials the manufacture of which has become a lost art. And charming objects of art on every side intrigue the imagination and aid in the creating of an esthetic atmosphere.

The rooms on the first floor were the French Reception Room of black and gold woodwork, the Louis the XVI Sitting Room with angels painted on the ceiling, the Library, the formal Dining Room, the Moorish Room with its Middle Eastern decor, and the Early American Family Dining Room. At the rear of the first floor were the servants dining and food preparation room and a kitchen.

When Milton Tootle, Jr., died in 1946 the home became available for purchase. William Goetz, St. Joseph Museum board president, and the M. K. Goetz Brewing Company donated the money to purchase the building and the city matched the amount to adapt the private home into a public museum.


Wyeth Tootle Mansion (Ver)
1100 Charles St
St Joseph, MO 64501
United States


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Educación > Business
Educación > Convenciones
Educación > Tours
Otra > Fiesta
Otra > Paranormal
Otra > Espiritual
Social > Adulto

Edad mínima: 16
Apropiado para niños: No
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Organizador: Ghost Hunts USA
En BPT desde: Jul 07, 2019
Ghost Hunts USA



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