Civil War heroes and outlaws, Prohibition flappers, and Depression-era gangsters all have found their ways into haunted Kansas City! Visit Union Station to see ghostly gangster Frank Nash who still haunts the location of his death. Find out why Room 505 in the Hotel Savoy downtown is so frightening. Meet Rosa, the ghostly nanny at the Pink Rosebud Bed and Breakfast in Plattsburg. Read about Jesse James and his family who still remain to haunt the James Farm in Kearney, Missouri. Read death quotes from famous historical figures Abe Lincoln and Mark Twain. Whether terrifying tales or humorous anecdotes interest you, like the cats who switched places at Harvey House, you are sure to find what thrills in Kansas City.