Since being constructed at the turn of the XIXth Century, Rockcliffe Mansion has been featured in numerous newspaper articles, books, TV shows, movies and magazines. The following is a list of the most significant references:
C.P. Green, A Mirror of Hannibal (1905).
J. A . Bryan, Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture (1928).
J.H. & R. Hagood, The Story of Hannibal: A Bicentennial History (1976).
J.H. & R. Hagood, Hannibal, Too: Historic Sketches of Hannibal and its Neighbors (1986).
Mark Twain, The Complete Interviews, edited by Gary Scharnhorst (2006).
J Offutt, Haunted Missouri, A Ghostly Guide to the Show-Me State's Most Spirited Spots (2007).
Millstein & Grove, Houses of Missouri: 1870-1940 (2008).
Patti DeLano, Off the Beaten Path, Missouri, A Guide to Unique Places (9th ed. 2009).
Bruce A Raisch, Haunted Hotels of the West (2009).
Ken and Lisa Marks, Haunted Hannibal: history and mystery in America's hometown (2010).
Barbara Geiger, Low-Key Genius: The Life & Work of Landscape-Gardener O.C. Simonds (2011)
Troy Taylor, The Big Book of Missouri Ghost Stories (2013).
The St. Louis Post Dispatch, Sunday Magazine (July 26, 1901)
Hannibal Morning Journal (June 13, 1901)
HGTV, If Walls Could Talk, Rockcliffe Mansion (July 14, 2008).
History Channel, Welcome to Rockcliffe Mansion, One of the Finest Estates in the Midwest, Andrew Whitney Productions (1995).
Jeffer & Yust, Mark Twain: Beneath the Laughter, Pyramid Media (1979).
Darryl Barker, Beethopia. Presented at the Niagara Film Festival (2013).
Road Runner: Motorcycle Touring & Travel, Vol. 19, N0. 3., p. 41 (May/June 2019).
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