Morse Mill Hotel

“If it feels good, do it...”

Since: Jun 10

Out in the country,

#1 Jul 10, 2010
The owner of Morse Mill Hotel, Patrick Sheehan, is emailing paranormal groups to invite them to his hotel. After you have set a date to investigate, he asks if you have the PO BOX to mail a $50 deposit to. This is also the first time he says anything about money.(It's wrong to invite a good, then ask them for money.) Not only that, he will also ask for $45 a person or $200 a group on top of the $50 deposit. There is no electricity, he has a generator you can use for another fee. He claims he is not making a profit, yeah right.
Don't get me wrong, most groups don't mind paying as long as we know from the get go. Groups beware of this scam.

“If it feels good, do it...”

Since: Jun 10

Out in the country,

#2 Jul 10, 2010
I forgot to add that he threatened to sue a group because they didn't capture any paranormal evidence. The owner claimed that they were withholding the evidence from him. Paranormal groups know that is a crock. The first thing groups do when they find evidence is show the property owner in hopes they will release the evidence. So they can show it to the world.

There is also a group that goes there on a regular bases and fakes evidence and brings in fake psychics to give Patrick what he wants to see and hear.

Consider this a warning!!!!
Zig

Saint Louis, MO

#3 Apr 27, 2011
I happen to know Patrick, and this person that wrote the comment is a jealous idiot and a full faced liar. I happen to have been in the group that captured some amazing stuff, Pat need fake nothing, you shallow country dumb hick. Go mate w your cousin.
Shannon

Saint Louis, MO

#4 May 5, 2011
I was there about 25 years ago w/ a Real Estate Agent. At the time, I knew nothing of the History. I didn't know the owner then, and I don't know the owner now. I am neither a psychic nor a paranormal investigator. And whether you want to believe or not, I can attest that this place has at least 2 intelligent ghosts. A little girl approx. 6 years-old. And, an evil female spirit who is trapped in one of the rooms on the second floor. I was there briefly during the day hours with no fear and no anticipation of seeing a ghosts. And, after experiencing these two ghosts I was freaked-out; but, never scared. Anyway, I found this because recently I was made aware that it is open for touring. So now I'm researching and thinking of going back :)
Ferry9 north berwick

Burgess Hill, UK

#5 May 20, 2011
There is a pub that appears then vanishes in Edinburgh in st marys street.There has been reports about this going back as far as victorian times.When it appears it could be any time of any century from victorian times to the latest so far the 1950s.I know several people who have been it only to go back to find a unused empty building.Some people have been so traumatised they have reported it to the police.This strange event has baffled many people for over a century and the saga continues.There is articles in the press dating back to the first world war about this.
Beanie

United States

#6 Jun 9, 2011
hmmmTHEoriginal wrote:
The owner of Morse Mill Hotel, Patrick Sheehan, is emailing paranormal groups to invite them to his hotel. After you have set a date to investigate, he asks if you have the PO BOX to mail a $50 deposit to. This is also the first time he says anything about money.(It's wrong to invite a good, then ask them for money.) Not only that, he will also ask for $45 a person or $200 a group on top of the $50 deposit. There is no electricity, he has a generator you can use for another fee. He claims he is not making a profit, yeah right.
Don't get me wrong, most groups don't mind paying as long as we know from the get go. Groups beware of this scam.
This is so true my team went to morse mill the first time it costed us $400.00 he does have electric in the basement now. but the owner feels everyones head full of shit and there is prompts all over the hotel, we did not get anything i take it that the owner is only out for thrills and MONEY!!!
Beanie

United States

#7 Jun 9, 2011
Oh ya also Ghost Hunters is ther tonight 06/09/11 filming lets see if they get anything or if they are just another group that has fell for the shit the owner puts in everyone's head!!!
Beanie

United States

#8 Jun 9, 2011
Zig wrote:
I happen to know Patrick, and this person that wrote the comment is a jealous idiot and a full faced liar. I happen to have been in the group that captured some amazing stuff, Pat need fake nothing, you shallow country dumb hick. Go mate w your cousin.
Ok zig obvisouly by your comment yo must be pretty immature i have went there and i am a serious spirit researcher i do not do it for thrills i am looking for answers anyone who is serious does not look for thrills and when my group went 2 times he tried telling us a bunch of shit ya he might have been told this by people who have stayed here before but if he isn't out to make money then why would he be the one emailing all the paranormal groups around and asking them to come, yes this place is nice but it is a turn off when he tells you all the things he does and why does he have so many prompts in the hotel like a ball,toy car, doll in the attic, then the next floor down from the attic he has at least 2 locked doors when we questioned them he said his personal stuff was in there, but yet he tells people that there was a appriciation captured of a woman and child in one of the locked rooms, and needless to say in the piano room there is dolls, bears, and refridgerator magnets-if your serious get rid of all the prompts
Morse Mill Project

Saint Johnsbury, VT

#9 Jun 12, 2011
Dealing with Patrick Sheehan first hand is like dealing with a child in my opinion. He tells people that the previous owner of the hotel Alice is dead when in fact she is alive and I have the proof. She gave a full interview in the documentary the Morse Mill Project which is available on Amazon. Patrick also does not talk about this because he felt it was not scary enough. He wanted scary and the film showed what was captured and showed EVP's in rela time and let the viewer make up their own minds. Patrick wanted hype and the Project let the viewer make of their own minds. This is what Patrick is HYPE to the endth degree, He is makeing money. Don't let him fool you and it is not for some grand plan to restore the hotel like he tells everyone. It is going straight into his pocket for other things and not all of them legal substances if you get my drift. But again that is my opinion. The stories about him getting mad if you don't give him your evidence are completely and absolutely true. That is his game. When you are into a HYPE marketing scam you need things to fuel it and the evidence people supply are that fule. Patrick does not have a clue how to get it on his own. So he has people pay him to gather evidence for him so he can market to other people to pay him to gather evidence for him. All the while he is making money for everything BUT the hotel. Nice little business he has going for himself and it is shameful.
believer

Chicago, IL

#10 Aug 9, 2011
i was there for an over night 6/11/11 and want to go back! one of the couples that slept inside let a recording device run while they slept. discovered the next day they had picked up the voice of a young girl, it was incredible, we were the only ones there. i also had a tape recorder that i let run in the piano room while the group was investigating on other floors and picked up sounds of some one shuffling around the room, the floors are all wood and the recorder did not pick up footsteps coming in the room or leaving. i am not any kind of professional ghost hunter, just a regular person who's been very interested in the supernatural since growing up in a haunted house.
Paranormal X

Fordland, MO

#11 Aug 25, 2011
I have been to the Morse Mill twice, once for the 2 hour tour and then for the overnight stay. Both tours I caught evidence. The overnight stay was crazy, the amount of activity and the evps that were caught was proof there is something going on there. Since that overnight stay we have put together our own paranormal group and we are going back in the fall to see if we can come in contact with the same spirits again. Patrick is a nice guy, he just does not like drama and I don't blame him. I don't like it either. Morse Mill is worth visiting.
Not Impressed

Wentzville, MO

#12 Oct 28, 2011
I went to the Morse Mill Hotel and it was a joke. We thought we were going for a serious walk-through and it was so rehearsed. We thought we were going for a serious investigation, brought our equipment, and begin to investigate only to find that another TEN or so people were also coming!!!! No windows, no insulation, so try getting any REAL evidence with 10+ people walking and talking throughout! Then, you have Patrick running the lawn mower right outside the window!!! For real???!!! Next, he sits right outside the windows laughing and drinking with the people who are there for the overnight investigation... It was a JOKE!!! Yeah, he's laughing because he's raking in money for NOTHING! The "guides" were also completely unprofessional... In dirty clothes... Drinking and smoking it up outside with Patrick and the next guests. Soooo glad I had a groupon but seriously wish I had not given one penny to go here. Sticking to the real deal.
Not Impressed

Wright City, MO

#13 Dec 7, 2011
Oh... I feel COMPLETELY justified in not believing the stories for a moment.... Especially now that I see Ghost Hunters visited, found NOTHING and also were never fed the whole bunch of lies that we were fed....
Also Not Impressed

Florissant, MO

#15 May 27, 2012
Our group did an investigation there not quite 3 years ago. We felt we were being fed a lot of hokum on our walk-through, including an outright fabrication of "paranormal" activity. Our group found no true evidence whatsoever in our investigation. I believe the biggest problem with this location is misinterpretation of captured evidence. There are so many shadows thrown around the building from external light sources that all "shadow evidence" is suspect. As to audio, you need to question EVERYTHING. Sound travels easily through the building, not to mention the external contamination from the surrounding homes and traffic. We captured what sounded like a very impressive EVP in the top floor front room, but we debunked it when we synchronized that recording with other recordings... it turned out to be muffled talk from another team member on the first floor at the entirely opposite end of the building. Had we not been thorough in our analysis, we might have wrongly posted it as a legitimate EVP. Is there something going on at the Morse Mill Hotel? Maybe. But I believe that people are reacting to the hype and the spooky nature of the building, rather than subjecting their evidence to rigorous scrutiny. It's a cool old building, but our group won't go back again.
believer or not

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Sep 27, 2012
Ghosts??? To me the History of the Hotel is more interesting. Dating back into the early days of years ago. Who stayed there, who past through,----and who died there!! So whether there are ghosts are something just trying to get back to the graveyard--- who knows.

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