WHO WE ARE

Our group is self-funded, with the mandate to not only serve the paranormal community, but also the communities in which we live. Through our various endeavors, we not only raise money to support our own group, but we also help raise money to support private businesses, historical societies, and non-for-profit charities.

PHILOSOPHY

We are a small group of eclectic individuals who view the investigation of the paranormal not as a scientific endeavor, but one of personal exploration.

This philosophy allows us to present a truly unique experience, and one that you will never forget.   

DEMAND THE BEST

The St. Louis Paranormal Research Society provides the best haunted- history and ghost tours in the St. Louis area.  We even provide the latest in ghost hunting equipment on select tours, so you can conduct an actual paranormal investigation.  

If you're looking for a paranormal experience, it's only a few clicks away!

OVER 16 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE PARANORMAL

The St. Louis Paranormal Research Society has existed for over sixteen years.  For our investigators, the paranormal is not just a hobby, it's their passion!

OUR SPECIALTIES
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  • Ghost Tours

  • Séances

  • Psychic Readings

  • Paranormal Investigations

  • Ghost Hunting Equipment

  • Haunted and Historical Research

  • Ghost Hunting

  • Electronic Voice Phenomena- EVP's

  • Spirit Photography

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Ghost Town of Allenton, Missouri

Located along Old Route 66, the City of Allenton was once a booming railroad community. As the economy shifted, Allenton became primarily a community of low-income houses.  In 1973 St. Louis County declared Allenton blighted and in 1985, the neighboring City of Eureka annexed the struggling community.  In 2006, the City of Eureka used imminent domain to force the Allenton residents from their homes.  


   Today all that remains of Allenton are abandoned streets and street signs.     According to urban legend, there was an elderly lady whose house was condemned for demolition.  The City of Eureka under imminent domain was forcing her out of her family home. Several attempts were made to persuade her to leave, but she refused.   A few days later sheriff deputies showed up to serve her a notice of eviction.  They knocked several times with no answer, so they taped the eviction notice to the front door.  When construction workers showed up to tear down the house, the letter was still taped to the door.  When entered the house to make sure it was empty, they found the elderly woman dead sitting in her living room chair.   Today visitors to Allenton claim to see the elderly lady standing in her yard still defiant.  Some say that even in the afterlife, she still refuses to abandon her property.