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  • Poltergeists roam Harvest Caenen Castle in Shawnee

    Renee Kelly, chef-owner of Shawnee’s Renee Kelly’s Harvest, describes the numerous ghosts and other poltergeists she believes haunt her Shawnee business, in Caenen Castle.

Renee Kelly, chef-owner of Shawnee’s Renee Kelly’s Harvest, describes the numerous ghosts and other poltergeists she believes haunt her Shawnee business, in Caenen Castle. Allison Long and Monty Davis The Kansas City Star
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