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Buried in the Back

Kansas City, Kansas

Many years ago, a crazed man killed his wife and two children inside this home. He then buried them in the back yard and jumped from the third floor balcony and fell to his death. Today, lights mysteriously flicker and objects move themselves.

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Pam says:

October 27, 2005, 12:46 pm

This is a nice site but I’m somewhat disappointed it the extremly short descriptions of the various hauntings.
Oh and by the way, if you have not been updated on the Stull Cemetary in Stull Kansas (one of the 7 gateways to hell), the old church has been destroyed and is no longer there. 🙂

nicole and alyssa says:

February 10, 2006, 10:57 pm

i am so scared! i want to see it with my own 2 eyes! why would someone kill their family then jump off a 3 story balcony! the must be an real idiot then. if things really do move by themself i want to see if for myself! tell me the directions to this place now! this a big fat lie!

I am so scared! this is not true and you Know it!I want to see it with my own 2 eyes! if the things move i will belive it! This is a big Fat Fat Fat Fat Fat lie and you KNOW IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

chris says:

August 19, 2006, 1:26 pm

nicole and alyssa you must realize that even if you go there and the stuff doesn’t move it doesnt mean there aren’t any ghosts there not every place you go to see a haunting will be active at the time you go you have to catch it at a time that its active it could be a certain time certain days it just all depends take my word on this i am a ghost hunter and i can tell you for a fact sometimes it takes a couple trips to get the result you are looking for


Fontana says:

October 31, 2006, 6:17 pm

Hey you guys should start putting the addresses

SANTOS says:

December 30, 2006, 8:55 pm


adolfo says:

July 22, 2007, 11:21 pm

I really want to go here but how could i if you guys don’t put an address.

LRM says:

July 26, 2007, 3:14 pm

I know of this place. I was going to college at KSU and one of my friends from KC took me home with her. She was telling me about this place that a guy had killed his family.. I was like yeah right.. where is it, let’s go. So, she took me.

There in her neighborhood, they call it “the castle” bec/ it is so much bigger than the other houses around that area. When we went, the place was fenced off. I am really not sure why… so we didn’t get to go in… There were condemned signs all over the fences.. most the time when a place is condemned, as far as I know, the place is too bad for people to live in…

The first time we drove by it was day time.. didn’t see too much… later that day, we went shopping and to World’s of Fun… and the whole day, all I could think about was “the castle”. So I talked Belinda into taking me back…

We drove up to the house. It was dark… and did not look like anything was going on… so, we parked the car at a trailer that looked abandoned across the street… we walked up to the fence.. and the upstairs light came on… that light went off right away.. then, the porch light came on… I freaked out and ran off… got in the car and drove back to her house…

So, I am not sure if it was someone playing a joke or what.. All I know is that I got scared… Lights turning on and off.. not something I want to mess with. If a spirit has the ablility to manafest itself in such a manner, I don’t think I want to be near it.

Belinda told me a little of the background to the story though…

There was a man.. he was normal. Had a good job and what not. One day, he went to work and his boss fired him. He got home and stayed locked up for days and days (maybe even weeks, I am not sure). His wife was trying to get him to come out. She failed, so she told him that she and the 2 kids were going to play in the backyard and she would come back and check on him in a few hours. Well, a little time passed and the wife looked up and her husband was outside. She was exstatic to see him.. She ran to him to give him a hug, when he shot her in the stomach. His son, the oldest child saw this, and freaked out. He ran to the door. Thinking that his son was going to tell on him, he shot him too. His little girl was sitting by a small pond that they had out back. He walked over to her, grabbed her and drowned her in the pond. He buried all three of them in the backyard and then went back to bed. A few days later, one of his wife’s friends came to the house to see where his wife was and if he was doing any better. She couldn’t find him, so she went to the backyard. He was face down, on the ground, in a puddle of blood-soaked grass. She looked over at the small pond and she saw bubbles coming up from the bottom. She looked in the pond to see if she could see anything, there was nothing. She went and called the police. The police came back and found all of the family buried in the backyard.

They say that even though the pond is now dry, that you can still see bubbles rise to the surface of the dirt.

That is the way I heard it… I don’t know if it is true.

LRM says:

July 26, 2007, 3:17 pm

Oh, and the address, I don’t know. But I do know that it is right off of Rainbow, kind of by the Sonic. Sorry.. That is all that I can do for ya. I know that the road is really hidded and hard to find. It is in a bunch of trees.

CC says:

July 27, 2007, 4:00 am

Man that is ONE house I’d never wanna live in. Scary! It would be fun to find the house and at least watch from the outside. 😉

LRM says:

August 1, 2007, 2:35 pm

I found out that this house is on Shawnee Road. It is right off of I-70 and Rainbow. Go North on Rainbow to Shawnee Rd. It will be on the left side. The road is really winding and there are lots of trees.. Good luck

Emily says:

September 3, 2007, 6:37 pm

the real story of this house is that they had a pool in thier backyard and their daughter drowned in it and died and so they had the pool filled in but if you look the dirt looks fresh…its weird but anyway the parents went crazy mr. saur went to the war and we he came back his wife was dead he was devastated and he hung himself in the bell tower it is said that on halloween at midnight you can see two figures dancing and then being pulled apart and one being hung it used to have an old beat up fence around it but now it has a huge one they have dogs inside the fence so i wouldnt suggest jumping it and alse the people to the right of the home own it…so if they catch you im sure you gonna be in trouble they used to give tours of the house im not sure why they stopped but thats the story….my grandmother and grandfather knew the people that owned the house so im not a liar =D

kassie says:

September 5, 2007, 8:48 pm

guess what to chris ^ there get a life why would you want to gost hunt eww thats g ross 🙂

LiViN NkC says:

September 25, 2007, 5:01 pm

hey people ! well i believe the story . Hey !! even if ghosts r really real there nothin ta b afraid of . well i understand if u r 5 yrs old but come on !! i mean this whole world is scarier than ghosts . no one knos where we came from !!!!!!!! u kno we should just deal with ghosts or spirts . u shouldnt b afraid of something just cuz u dant kno whatit is ! and to the people who dont believe it suck on somethin ur own size cuz face it ghosts r real !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Charolette says:

October 7, 2007, 4:02 am

If you guys are talking about the house on shawnee road, it’s called Sauer Castle. It’s a historical landmark, and they are currently in the process of renovating it. It’s a really great place to go, but from what I’ve heard the guy who owns the house now lives next door and he’s not very kind to people who get too close. I had a crazy experience there too.

It was around halloween time and a bunch of friends of mine and me decided to go see sauer castle. This was my first time going and I was PUMPED. I was half drunk to begin with (luckily we had a designated driver that night) and we got there really quick because my friend lives in westport. When we turned onto shawnee road, it was really kind of odd because Sauer castle is right smack dab in the middle of residential, normal looking houses. It’s really gloomy looking at night…and we stopped the car and looked at it from the street…I was so amazed that I forgot about everything else around the house…then all of a sudden something hit the car and screamed…we sped out of there like a bat out of hell! Then we decided to go back and find out what the heck that was…well much to my disappointment, it was one of the locals that lives in that neighborhood that decided it would be hilarious to scare the living hell out of us while we were looking at the castle. So if you want to go there…beware of the locals, especially if it’s around halloween, they like to mess with people that come to look at the castle.

And has anyone heard the story of Igor that goes along with the castle, the crazy guy that worked at the pharmacutecal plant? If so please comment back if you know more info on that.

Charolette says:

October 7, 2007, 4:11 am

That link will give you a good historical story relating to the home 🙂

Charolette says:

October 7, 2007, 4:13 am

oh and the exact address to the place is 935 Shawnee Road
Kansas City, Kansas

amanda says:

October 17, 2007, 1:50 pm

this is so unorigional this kind of story always gets out and no one cares about a house with flickering lights grow up come on im 16 and this stuff dont even scare me in the slitest this sight should have more detaled stories things that scare me are loud screams for life or suicide stories that involve hanging or slit wrists something that makes the hair on my arms grow… woot woot! ♥ amanda

Christina says:

December 2, 2007, 12:35 am

The story I’d heard was different than the one presented but Saur Castle is popular in KCK. I’ve also heard that the ‘Castle’ had been open to public tours in the past but that there had been accidents (people ‘falling’ down the steps etc) so they closed it up.

I have always found the story interesting and the house is amazing. When I was in high school in the early 90’s I drove by often to see what I could see and I had a strange experience once.

One night I drove to the house with a couple of friends, we parked in front of the house (it was fenced in back then too) to look at it. Then I’m not really sure what happened, things became surreal, time seemed to slow and my radio wouldn’t work right. We all just sat there kind of in a trance (but that sounds more kookey then it was). Finally we all kind of came out of it at the same time and I quickly drofe away, we were all really freaked out.

I still drive by from time to time (always have difficulty finding the place though). I hope it gets renovated and opened back up for tours though I’d love to get a closer look.

Katrina says:

April 30, 2008, 9:42 pm

“The Castle” as it is refered to is Sauer Castle and there was no pool in the yard and yes Mr. Sauer killed his family there and burried them in the backyard. Not all the bodies have been uncovered and he had more then two children. The reason I know this is I’ve been there. I know who owned it before a Sauer family member took ownership again.

The Christmas decorations would be taken of the tree only so far up and laid neatly on the floor. We believe from the ghosts of the children. In the basement you could be shoved by a spirit.

Nobody is allowed on the property last I heard.

kody says:

October 16, 2008, 2:28 pm

its called Sauer Castle. legend says that there was a couple living there. they buried a-lot of there kids on the property. the true story has nothing to do with him killing everyone. the national historic society says that he went to fight in the civil war. when he wasn’t on the raft he was supposed t be his wife thought he was dead so she went home and hung herself. he was really just late. he found her in the tower and shot himself. there’s a ton of stories surrounding the place. check them out sometime.

John says:

October 26, 2008, 10:22 pm

You people are talking about what we used to call ” Igor’s ” I am 41 yrs old and as a teenager we used to go up there all the time. I never heard any story about killing of a family. the story then was about the hanging in the tower. Anyway one night our drunken selfs jumped the fence and went up for a closer view. We we greeted by the caretaker of the property at the time. He came out of the door on the side of the house(not the front door) As we were talking to him others in our group snuck inside. So he told us to go get them. we all thought cool. Didn’t see anything haunted but the house is creepy. There was only electricity on the first floor. There was a stagecoach in the hallway for the main entrance. A huge wine cellar in the basement , an area we all got goosebumps being in. Upstairs we went up in the tower. No holes in the ceiling like the story I had heard. But there are beams in that area of the ceiling. There were stairs leading up to that area. At the top was a trapdoor thing leading you on to the top of the tower. You can see the railings for this area from the outside of the tower. It was the most amazing view I have ever seen of KC. I must apologize for my inexcuseable behavior that night but it was an experience I’ll never forget. I also heard stories about the Lab around the corner from Igor’s. Our tale was that there were 10 foot cows there. And the gravel drive to the left of the lab led to devil worshipers in the woods there.

Stacy (lived in KCK for 15 yrs) says:

December 1, 2008, 4:04 am

John, we are the same age and yes the house is creepy. Every year my older Sister and her best friend drove by there at Halloween when I was younger. Did you see the Gargoles on the front poach??? The caretaker to my understanding has passed on and a Family member now has the house. The Lab around the courner is also true. My other sister and I was talking about it the other night, both places. The Cows and Chickens were huge, there was a huge fence that they could not get out of and a large blue light posted on the buildings all around. We still to this day have no clue what the lights were. The gravel drive have no clue, I hated that Lab, it scared me, heck I was around 5 or so.

Traci Hill says:

March 2, 2009, 7:28 pm

I am happy that someone finally cleared up all the rumors of this house. Good job, Charolette. I had heard several rumors of “The Castle” when I was a kid growing up in Kansas City. Again, thank you!

~*RaWrBaBy*~ says:

March 20, 2009, 2:30 pm


Kadi says:

May 21, 2009, 10:49 am

I love ghost stories and a haunting the T.v. show and I sooooo wanna be a ghost hunter when I grow up…..Does any paranormal investigators take a 13 year old as a ghost hunter?

Dee says:

July 29, 2009, 4:07 pm

a few years ago a friends of our famliy lived there doing renovations tring to fix up the place after it had been bought. I went over there often nothing weird ever happened while i was there. I grew up only a couple of miles away and i always heard she hung herself in the tower and that she sits in a rocking chair in the tower and waits for the husband.there is no place for a rocking chair. Our friend said nothing ever happened to him the 8 months he lived there but they did find a garage at the back of the property it was underground and all they found was a couple of old cars

Matt says:

August 10, 2009, 1:52 am

i’m the one who had the experienced meeting the guy who killed his wife and daughter.i’m a medium….he’s so disturbed soul…regret for the things he had done.

Julia says:

September 17, 2009, 12:05 pm

I lived around the corner from here. It is beautiful and creepy. Last time I was there they were doing renovations. The fence was to keep out the gobs of kids coming to snoop.

Christy, OP, KS says:

September 17, 2009, 6:13 pm

I went to an estate sale at this house when I was six years old in the eighties. I can only remember a few things about what the inside looked like. I remember they had a few rooms roped off that I wanted to go in. My grandmother kept a close eye on me and would not allow it. It was very unsafe inside. They wouldn’t let us go up to the roof. I remember there were stains on the walls in one room. It was very dirty and old. I had a really bad feeling while we were upstairs and wanted to leave. I visited again when I was twenty and it looked nothing like what I remembered, it was so much smaller! My grandmother who has lived off of Vista in KCK since the 1950’s would tell me stories about how a baby had drowned in the fountain in the front yard. She also said that a man had killed himself in the house. That was the extent of the stories she told. I think it would be awesome if the owner would allow one of these paranormal experts to do a show on it so people could see what its like.

Angel says:

October 4, 2009, 12:52 am

check out the link for the REAL story of the home… the owner lives in NY & hopes 2 restore the home, although he’s owned it for years, since the 80s, & hasnt done much of anything with it…

Angel says:

October 4, 2009, 12:53 am

Megan says:

March 4, 2010, 6:24 pm

In regards to the Sauer Residence, this has long been a source of interest from my family. My grandfather grew up across the street from it (in the 1930s) and it was already thought to be haunted at that time. The only person who did haunt it was the care-taker who was fed up with nosy kids like my grandpa who would creep around on the property. 😉
this link gives pretty cut-and-dry information as to the history of the house, as for the father killing the whole family, I believe that this is a rumor.

I can share my own experiences with the paranormal on this property however. When I was about 8-9 years old, my father took us up there to check out the property. I was too afraid to set a foot on the property, so the adults walked around it to check it out. This was in the middle of the afternoon. I looked up to the watchtower where it appeared some white curtains were hung. I watched as one of the curtains was drawn open, stayed open for a moment, then closed again. I then took off around the property to find my parents. This could be explained as many things, the house was uninhabited at the time (but this doesn’t mean there wasn’t someone in there…legally or otherwise). I’m very sensitive to ghostly phenomenon, and I definitely felt a presence there, I will say that much. Later, when I was in high school a friend of mine and I ventured over to the house for a school photography assignment to photograph architecture. We walked around to the back of the property where a wooden shack that is built on to the main house. It seems to be a sort of kitchen maybe. Not sure. Anyway, the door was open (someone else had probably gone looking around and kicked it in). We went inside. On the counter-tops were some board games laid out and some cups of soda, it looked like it had been left abruptly. We went into the main part of the house and took photos of a claw-foot bath-tub and the main living room. There were long stairs leading to the upper floors and a large hallway with an ornate wooden banister leading down to the basement. It was a really stuffy, muggy day but a constant cold breeze was running through that hallway. It was close to May and it felt about 20 degrees inside. We went to the stairs leading up and saw this black shadow figure standing in the stairs and felt like we should leave then. It was very strange and oddly, we just calmly left the house. We just knew we should, but didn’t get afraid until later on. But at the time, we weren’t. When we walked around the property, we noticed from the corner of our eyes the figure of what seemed to be a young, brown-haired boy (?) wearing what seemed to be denim over-alls and a blue and white checked shirt. He just stayed in our peripheral and followed behind us. I turned and told her that the boy was making me nervous because he kept following us around and thought we should leave in case he was a local or something (as we were obviously trespassing). My friend agreed and we got back into her car. We sat in it for a while not talking, I asked her to explain what she saw to confirm that I wasn’t going crazy, she confirmed she saw the exact same things. We drove off, and then when we were at a stop light, she started shaking and we both had a delayed reaction to what we had seen, suddenly getting very scared. After this experience, I would say I think it’s haunted.

ashley nelson age 14 says:

April 26, 2010, 4:42 pm

i wish they had more about it

Katt, Kansas City, KS says:

May 25, 2010, 1:30 pm

I have lived in this city for 29years, not far at all from the Sauer Castle. We even took a field trip of it in high school, and researched it for a project at school. During all the research we learned that NO ONE was killed and buried in the backyard….NO ONE hung themselves inside after finding their wife dead (which also did not happen), and NO ONE jumped off of ANY part of the house and killed themselves! The only person who died there was Mr Anton Sauer in 1872, less than 7 years after this completion of his dream house. He died in the master bedroom on a very hot August day in the late 1870’s. Mrs. Sauer lived there until 1919. I have been there MANY times and I have seen some unusual things like lights flickering, the 3-legged dog, and unidentified sounds, but for the most part, its mainly “haunted” because of how haunting it looks.

Buck says:

October 19, 2010, 4:08 pm

Only use the link if you want the truth and not more bs stories

Melissa C. says:

November 20, 2010, 2:19 am

The place is called Sauer Castle, and it’s not even really a castle. The story I have heard all my life is actually quite different, and involves a maid hanging herself in “the tower”. I used to date a guy who lived about a block away, and one night we decided to sit outside and see if anything would happen. I saw a ghostly figure of a woman drag a chair over to a rope, which was tied like a noose. She promptly hung herself. I also heard screams and moans coming from inside the house.

janet walsh says:

March 23, 2011, 10:58 pm

Let me offer some facts. It is Sauer Castle I grew up just down the street. Mr. Sauer (from Austria?) came to america lived in new york, then moved to Kansas in the 1800″s. He built the house for his wife and 5-6 children he thought the weather here would be better for his TB. The ?bell tower” served as a classroom for the children being homeschooled. The only recorded deaths on the property were Mr. Sauer from tb, his infant daughter..who was said to be buried in the back yard until other arrangements were made, and an alledged shooting of a dr. that was self inflected. I got to visit the property in 1986 during an aution of the castle’s contents when the recluse man who lived there died. It was then purchased by a couple who wanted to make it a B & B…or museum..The registeried the castle with the historical society then Mr. Sauer’s great grand son purchased the property in hopes of restoring it to it original glory. Last heard he resides in New York but visits the castle when required to attend hist. society meetings. He has had many, many problems trying to do the restoration because no insurance co. will insure the castle because of vandals and thiefs. So he can’t live in his family’s home . He finally got the 8 ft fence put up after much struggle with the hist. soc. The large brick house was built for Mr. Sauer’s daughter and my dad told me he went to school with her grandchildren. I don’t believe it’s haunted..just a beautiful old home that is decaying because of stupid kansas politics! Thank you Sincerely, Janet

joe says:

March 24, 2011, 1:53 am

the address is 935 shawnee rd.

monica says:

February 10, 2012, 5:31 pm

The Sauer Castle was the residence of Anton Sauer. Sauer had married his wife Francesca in Vienna, Austria at age 18 and a half. There, they had their five children: Gustave O.L., Anthony Philip Jr., Julius J., Emil, and Johanna.

In 1858 they decided to move to New York City to be with Anton’s mother and sisters that had already been there for some time. Due to his worsening case of tuberculosis and Francesca’s death in 1868, he decided to move his family to Kansas City.

After his business became successful, he began courting a young 28 year old widow, Mary (Maria) Einhellig Messerschmidt, who had two daughters of her own: Anna and Maria. After marrying in 1869 they had five daughters (four survived to maturity): Eva Marie, Antoinette, Josephine (sometimes listed as Fosefa), and Clara. Daughter Helen (sometimes listed as Frances) died in infancy age 14 months.

By 1872 the mansion was finally fully furnished, sitting on the Shawnee Indian trail that was part of the old Santa Fe Trail that many wagons passed.

After Anton’s death on August 16, 1879 in the second floor master bedroom, Mary and the children continued living in the house, as did the children continue living there after Mary’s death in 1919.

Daughter Eve Maria Sauer married William C. Van Fossen in the house, having one child named Helen before the marriage failed 18 months into it. She then married a widower with six children of his own, local Wyandotte County businessman and landowner, Mr. John S. Perkins. Together they had three children and stayed married until he committed suicide with a handgun at age 73, the reason being his declining health. Eve and John S. Perkins’ son John Harrison Perkins had an infant daughter drown in the swimming pool on the west side of the house. Eve continued to live in the family home with her son and two daughters, Eva Marie Perkins, and Marguerite A. Perkins, until her death in 1955.

Five generations of the Sauer family continued living in the mansion until the owner of a home heating oil company, Paul Berry, bought the house after Eve’s death. He lived in the mansion until his own death in December 1986. Because of ghost stories originating in 1930, the house was constantly trespassed and vandalized, which Barry and his dog fought off themselves.

In January 1987, Bud Wyman, his son and daughter in law, Cliff and Cindy Jones, bought the home hoping to turn it into a ‘haunted mansion’ and give tours. At this time, no one lived in the house. In 1988, Carl Lopp, great, great grandson of Anthony Sauer, bought the house with the intention of fixing it up and residing there to keep it in the family. However, this has proved to be a difficult task for Lopp, and has only managed minor repairs such as fixing balconies and putting a large fence around the property.

Carl Lopp’s hired caretaker of the house was charged with felony theft on On August 15, 1996 for stealing 30 thousand dollars worth of artifacts from the house, including a tractor, dress, chandelier, copper from the furnace, and wall scones.

There have been a number of ghost stories that can be disproved (such as the previous family all being murdered there by the father, who then continued to commit suicide) that keep people vandalizing the house, which keeps Lopp from receiving insurance money.

It is located at 935 Shawnee Road in Kansas City, Kansas. The architect is unknown but may have been Asa Beebe Cross. It was placed in the Kansas City, Kansas Historic Landmarks on January 29, 1987. It was placed in the Register of Historic Kansas Places on July 1, 1977. It was placed in the National Register of Historic Places: August 2, 1977

monica says:

February 10, 2012, 5:45 pm

this is the true story people do ur research noone was murdered but there was a few deaths and a suicide in the house

Kristen says:

February 22, 2012, 3:49 am

I went to the same estate sale mentioned above at this house in the 80’s. I too wanted to enter rooms that were roped off. Particularly a child’s room. The wall paper was peeling and I remember crystal sconces and chandeliers. A little boy followed me through the house.
As we were leaving, I looked up at the house and saw 2 children in old clothing standing in an upstairs window. I pointed it out to my parents but they couldnt or didn’t see it.

Caitlin says:

March 3, 2012, 2:37 pm

I grew up with the stories of Sauer’s Castle and lived really close to it until I graduated high school. I haven’t really heard about the kids in the yard and all that, but the original owners of the house (sorry if anyone has already said this) were a man and a woman. The man went off to the Civil War and told his wife he would be back on a certain ferry. When he didn’t show up on the ferry, she hung herself in the tower. Turns out he missed his ferry and arrived on the next and he found her body then shot himself with a revolver out of grief.
As far as experiences, I was doing a shoot with a local photographer and when we started to walk up to the house we saw a figure in the second story left window-mind you it was daylight. After a few shots, we started to walk around the side of the house (where there is a LARGE dog protecting the building) and there was this big piece of metal covering the ground. When we stood on it to take more pictures, our cameras wouldn’t work and we heard screaming from inside the house. When we got back to the car, we could see a woman in a long black dress standing on the widow’s walk.
BTW I have no reason to make up stories. I’m not trying to scare or impress you guys. There is some serious bad energy around the house though.

Jack Meoff says:

April 14, 2016, 3:57 pm

It is right behind Walmart,like everything else.My buddy and I went and threw some rocks at the house,breaking the remaining windows that still had some glass on them.We then smoked some tweed. As we were smoking tweed,we heard a voice of an old man saying,”pass,pass,give,pass,pass,give.” We turned around and there was an old man ghost.I passed him the joint,he took a long drag off of it and then disappeared with it. That was sceery!

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