“Haunted” Missouri winery to be featured on Travel Channel this week

“Haunted” Missouri winery to be featured on Travel Channel this week

Do you believe in ghosts? Apparently, lots of people do, and drinking wine while looking for them doesn’t sound like a bad way to spend a night, especially as Halloween approaches. So terrifying is the legend at Belvoir Winery, located in Liberty, Missouri, near Kansas City, that the winery is, for the fourth time, being showcased by the Travel Channel. This time by the show, “Most Terrifying Places.”

Earlier this year, a part of the winery was featured Ghost Adventures. (See the link below)



The Legend

In 1900, the Odd Fellows Home District was established and the Belvoir Winery is part of that district today. In its initial incarnation, the Odd Fellows Home District had multiple buildings on the property, each of which served a specific purpose.

There was a home for the elderly, a hospital, as well as a home and a school for children. The purpose of the District was to provide assistance of all varieties to people of all ages.

There is also a cemetery at the location, that is believed to be the final resting place of approximately 600 people. The Belvoir Winery now serves as a place for wine tasting, weddings, and other private events.

People that make their way to the Belvoir Winery for wine tasting, weddings, and other events sometimes encounter the unexpected.

Some to have spotted the ghosts of an old woman singing and spied a man that looks like he is up to no good.

From Belvoir Winery website

Other visitors have seen countless children on the property, playing or singing.

Hearing strange noises, odd voices, children giggling, or seeing the piano play without any assistance, are also common occurrences when visiting here.

Be sure to tune in Tuesday, October 15, at 9:00 pm CT on the Travel Channel to see the newest episode.