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Colorado Hauntings

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Haunted Barr Lake, Colorado

Estes Park Hauntings

Genesee Buffalo Ranch

Gilpin County Hauntings


Central City

Ghost Lights of the Silver Cliff Cemetery

Haunted Denver - Mile High Ghosts

Brown Palace Hotel

Lumber Baron Inn

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Slackjaw of Cheesman Park

The Phantom Train of Marshall Pass

The Richest Square Mile is Haunted!

Riders of the Desert

St Elmo

The Legend of Silver Heels


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In Central City, Colorado this face draws back its long dead  artist time and time again.


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The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park was home to Stephen King for five months while he wrote "The Shining."  This hotel, completed in 1909 by F.O. Stanley is said to be haunted by both Stanley and his wife, as well as the prior owner of the property, a man by the name of Lord Dunraven, who was run out of the area after swindling several people out of their land and money. Mysteriously, several children are also said to haunt the old hotel.


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