Where spirits haunt every night in Colorado

Ghosts don't awakes only on Halloween, sometimes they live in somewhere in our world. Ghost stories in Colorado is full of such spots where they don't take a break. To find these places listed below before you mind to mess with them.
  • Some unwanted presences in Stanley Hotel

    Stanley Hotel
    No list will be completed without mentioning about the Stanley hotel in Estes Park. With full if ghost legends, this hotel can make you feel a running sensation down through your spine. Haunting here started from 1970's. At least four spirits reported to roam in the corridors. Four ghost names are known as Lucy, Paul, Eddie, and Elizabeth. Almost every night guests gets shocked by eerie laughter emanating from the walls, flickering of lights, footsteps in The Concert Hall. Stephen King's The Shining movie revealed it more to ghost lovers.
  • Cheesman Park

    Cheesman Park, Denver
    Many of us don't know about some spooky facts lying under Cheesman Park, a recreation park in the middle of Denver. Before, there was Mount Prospect Cemetery, built in 1858. While digging trenches for the irrigation system of the park, workers found skeletons from the long lost cemetery. Doug Gibbs, project manager for Colorado Designscapes, Inc. admitted of founding some metal caskets from there. People felt an eerie sensation on many occasions.
  • Molly Brown House Museum

    Molly Brown House Museum
    Molly Brown was the famous survivor from the sinking of the RMS Titanic in 1912. She earned her title "Unsinkable Molly" after that. Once she lived in the Victorian Denver home built in 1889. With a long time, the house became known as haunted. Many people have seen dark shadows moving around rooms, even Molly Brown's spirit also appears in mystical nights. Piano keys move on their own, smells of cigar float everywhere (Molly Brown was a chain smoker)
  • Dead awakes every night in Hotel Colorado

    Hotel Colorado in Glenwood
    Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs has many dark secrets under it's 19th century's lodging styles. It was served as a hospital during World War II. Nowdays Deads haunt here almost every night between 2-4 am. The smell of cigar smoke, young girl in Victorian clothing and many other spirits have been seen there on many occasions. The ghost of a former maid, who was killed by her lover, still screams from somewhere in the hotel.
  • Central City Masonic Cemetery

    Central City Masonic Cemetery
    A young boy may follow you everywhere at the cemetery in spooky night. He will not harm you, but you want to touch him, he will disappear. Every November 1, a ghost of a lady in black robe visits a particular grave, John Edward Cameron, who was buried in a family plot here.
  • Colorado Grand Casino and Hotel

    Colorado Grand Casino and Hotel
    Built in 1896, today only spirits roam everywhere. In this period the city experienced a lot of violence between union workers and mine owners. The three story building was very popular for gambling. A very famous ghost apparition, Maggie has been seen many times playing slots with his partner.
  • Brown Palace Hotel (Denver)

    Brown Palace Hotel (Denver)
    Opened in 1892, the second-oldest operators in Denver have some ghost reputations. Unexplained phone calls from room no 904. But the room doesn't have any telephone lines, light or carpet. This strange incident stopped after the story of lady Denver socialite, who lived in the room 904 was eliminated from the Hotel Tours. The main dining room is also freaky. There is a very interesting story to tell. Before, big bands played there for a time. In one night, an employee heard music and enquired about it. Some formally dressed string quartet was practicing there. When he told them to leave that restricted place, a blood chilling cold voice made him freeze. "Oh, don't worry about us. We live here."
  • Colorado Prison Museum

    Colorado Prison Museum
    The former women's prison building in Canon City, presently Colorado Prison Museum has many some gruesome stories. Moreover, this is haunted by a woman spirit who was a prisoner here. Mysterious screams, smells of tobacco, ghostly orbs are common occurrences reported.
  • The Ghost Town of ST. Elmo

    The Ghost Town of ST. Elmo
    Town of ST. Elmo was a real active hotspots in the 19th century. But with the fall of the mining industry, the town succumbed to death after a mass exodus. Only two of them, a brother and sister named Tony and Annabelle didn't leave that place even after the postal service discontinuation.
  • Imperial Hotel

    Imperial Hotel
    Former owner George Long's ghost can be "seen" groping women and playing the slots at his hotel. He died by falling down a flight of stairs.
  • St. Cloud Hotel

    St. Cloud Hotel
    Scary apparitions freaked guests so much on several occasions. Footsteps, shacking of chairs sounds emanates from empty rooms.
  • Hotel Jerome Ghost Rumours

    Hotel Jerome
    Hotel Jerome of Aspen is known for its perfect blend of heritage and luxury for a long time. Ghost rumours are generally about a boy, who haunts there for a quite long period. He was dying by drowning in the swimming pool. One former maid's spirit is known to be sighted at a number of times who died by falling into an ice-cold pond.
  • Casino, Blackhawk

    Casino, Blackhawk
    There is a certain casino in Blackhawk that is haunted (not that hauntings are unusual in that area) by at least one ghost. Cold spats are common, as well as occasional power outages. The story among employees goes that once the security guards were watching the cameras upstairs, as usual, when they spotted a small girl holding a balloon. They radioed other security guards, alerting them that a minor was in the building (which is illegal), and the guards searched for her. One was even seen on the video to be right next to the girl, but he couldn't see her. She could be seen on the camera, but not "in person". Eventually the girl disappeared.
  • Ghost Train over the Kiowa creek bridge, Bennett

    Train Bridge over the Kiowa creek, Bennett
    It's not unnatural when some terrible misshapen occurs in a place, the black memory haunts people over a long. This creates a lot of paranormal stories too. Ghost stories of the Kiowa creek bridge have also the some sort of the same kind of story pattern. But we can take this place as haunted as many people over time discussed about it for a long. This is the story of a ghostly train in the town of Bennett in Colorado.

  • Three Ghosts of Schwartz Hotel, Alma

    The Schwartz Hotel, Alma
    Alma is a very small town in Colorado, where there is a known haunted hotel named Schwartz. It was built in 1800 and actually named after its owner Mrs. Schwartz. Its have a very long time ghost story. People have told lots of paranormal activities while walking beside it. As this is today a private property. But at the time of passing by strange feelings and eerie lights have been reported.

  • Young Man of Thornton Woodglenn Park, Adams

    Thornton Woodglenn Park, Adams
    A misshapen that took place in the back side of Thornton-Woodglen Park in the late 1980's is related to the haunting stories of there. The ghost of the young man still haunts there seriously. What happened to him that seems unbearable for his spirit. So by the time, when almost every sign of the place has been changed significantly, but he is still prepared to move on.

  • Fitzimons, Aurora

    Fitzimons, Aurora
    Fitzimons used to be an old military base, now it is a hospital. There are still the old buildings there, if you drive in there go towards the back, many spooky buildings, even in the day. If you are brave you will park your car and walk around the old army buildings, they are all abandoned. One in particular is a white 4-story building, if you go up the stairs outside and pear down the window on the door, it is reported that you can see and feel many war victims trying to get out the door.
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