The Lemp Mansion
The opulent Lemp mansion, built in St. Louis in the 1860s, was inhabited
by the William Lemp family, who were wealthy brewers with a streak for
suicide. Four Lemp family members of
various generations committed suicide — three in the Lemp mansion
itself. Named one of America's most haunted houses in 1980 by Life magazine, the mansion is currently a restaurant and inn that offers paranormal tours of the home.