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*/***Arvada Ridge Home

This used to be an old hospital for the mentally disabled. AKA insane asylum. It was opened in the early 60's and ran well into the 80's. People have said a guard bunrt down a few buildings (which could have been ture since there is burnt rubble and you can see the basement.) It has been reported that one of the buildings had shook. When I went I senced something very evil. Not all of the buildings felt that way and I don't think it was always evil. The place is now run down and not in use. People there were always drugged, and I have heard from my mom that when it was operating there was this one building (is torn down now) that she remembers very well. It was were people were admitted. She said it was very loud, people screaming and moaning. I have heard that some voices can still be heard.

***Arvada Olde Town Tavern

A great uncle of mine was stabbed in frount of this place it is still there and it is still the same thing it was then. He was in the tavern drinking and when he left a woman stabbed him to death. I have been there and walked infrount of it. I felt something there. I haven't talked to anyone running or working there but I know something was there.

***Arvada A old house on the end of 52ed off of Olde Wadsworth

My family has a great history in Arvada and this is the house my grandma grew up in. I haven't heard what has been going on there but many of the people say the house is now haunted. If it is my great grandma there is nothing to worry about. This is a private residence and is at the very end of the road there is a dead end but the house is what you would drive into if you ignored that the road was ending.

***Windy Peak Outdoor lab school

When I was there we saw the graves of the old owners of the place that lived there before it was a school. Chances are if you went there in 6th grade you saw it too. They aren't very far off from the campsites. One grave is a man named Rufus and his grave was sunken in when I saw it last. People layed on his grave (Not me!) and we could hear the late 1800 casket cracking. Later that night we went out and looked toward the grave sites and you could see some green glowing objects. Also there was a school opened there called Sylvania of the Rockies in the late 1940's. It was a all girls camp. Rumors are that one of the girls went into town and got some acid (this wasn't rare for the girls to do). She was so high and so scared by the time she retured that she freaked out and fell into the lake. So messed up the girl drowned and that is the rumor of why the all girl's camp was shut down. Many times before the incodent girls were rushed to the hospital for freaking out or doing other drugs and

Central City Masonic Cemetery

A lady in a black Satin dress has been seen placing flowers on John Edward Cameron's grave. She appears every April 5th and November 1st. Some believe that she poisoned John when he wed another and then committed suicide.

Colorado Springs Dead Man's Canyon

William Harkins, killed by a Mexican gang, has been seen chasing people in the area. The worst part about it, you can see the axe embedded in his head as he chases you!

Littleton Town Hall Arts Center

There have been reports of laughter and music throughout the theater late at night. Employee's report having objects rearranged on their desks and personal belongs moved.

Peccora House

Four mutilated bodies were found in 1875. Screams, dark shadows, and harp music playing were just a few things you could encounter here. The place has now been burned down.

Old Glendale Station

Kathleen Cooper is seen wearing a white satin wedding dress by people on horseback. She is said to be waiting for her fiancée to come home. He was killed in a hold-up on the way to his marriage.

Silver Cliff Cemetery

Former pioneers have been seen over their graves in the cemetery. They are reportedly seen as a 'shimmering blue light'.

Cripple Creek Fairly Bros. & Lamoman Building

Ghost called Maggie walks the floors.

Pioneer's Museum

It is supposedly haunted by a manager who was shot dead by an employee over a pay dispute in 1959 (not sure about the year). The security guards who have to patrol the museum at night try to avoid the guy's former apartment because they feel very uneasy there.

Georgetown - Full Circle Cafe

was featured on Sightings we have about 15 to 20 Ghosts!!!! The whole town is Haunted!!!

Miramont Castle

is or was haunted by a little boy and his stepfather. The nuns and/or monks may be there still. The castle is and can be found in the local Colorado Springs phone book.

Denver International Airport

Several problems were encountered while building the airport. This is reportedly due to the fact that the airport was built on top of sacred Native American ground. Some employees and visitors have reported hearing or seeing strange things.

The Ramkota Hotel

The hotel was built where the old Chief Theatre used to exist. A young woman was killed in the theatre by her boyfriend. She was thrown off the balcony. Sometimes she will play tricks on people (poltergeist activities) and sometimes she will show herself outright. Almost everyone who has worked at the Ramkota has seen the ghost of "Rosy."

Niwot High School

is haunted by a child that was in the basement and was killed by the janitor.

University of Northern Colorado

Edith, the ghost on the third floor of an all girl dorm. She used to be a dorm mother, but the girls were horrible to her; keeping her up all hours with pranks and what not. The woman was never completely there to begin with so she was driven to suicide, hanging herself in her room. All the girls hear her come in from time to time, she'll change channels on the television, flip lights and move furniture while you sleep.

Fairplay Hotel

Ghost seen singing and dancing in hallways, especially in mid- to late-October.

Union Square 6 Mann Theatre

In 1997 the theatre was haunted by an old man with a bad temper. Employees where teased and tormented, many quit. Even customers noticed him wondering around. Management had to bring a specialist.

Balcony House

This area is an ancient ruin of the Anasazi Indians. Several ghosts walking among the ruins. Very little is known about this specific ruin. Just standing inside the ruins one can feel the spirits.

Westminster Pillar of Fire

Is haunted by the victims of a murder that happened years ago, the hauntings consist of faces being seen in the tower windows ghost mist around in the cemetery

Cheeseman Park

It used to be a graveyard when they made it a park they were supposed to move 5,000 bodies buried there but they didn't- they left about 2,000 bodies under the park. There are many stories about this. The park was built on top of a cemetery. Its been reported in several of the local newspapers that only the head stones and not the coffins were removed from at least one section many people have seen and felt strange things there.


Old mining town located near Denver, with many very well-preserved buildings, including a historic opera house/theatre. Central City in Colorado although inhabited by the living was well spoken of for it's vaporous inhabitants (one really can't say deceased when the specter doesn't themselves admit to it). In a certain bar on the main street on the floor there is a lovely painting of a woman, it is carefully maintained by the proprietor. The tale is that it was painted by a distraught miner when his wife died of consumption. He went into the bar and drank himself into a stupor, while stupefied he proceeded to paint his wife's portrait on the floor. He spoke tenderly of her sweetness almost as an incantation to give it the life she lost so young. He painted long into the night and on to past noon. Once it was complete he slept, he never awoke. They buried him next to her and some say on the anniversary of his death you can hear them talking tenderly to each other through her portrait on the dance floor.

Baldpate Inn

Gordon and Ethel Mace built this charming lodge in 1917, and it stayed in their family until 1986 when the family lost ownership of it. Not to deter Ethel, however, who has haunted her old room for years. She especially likes to sit in a wing-backed rocker before a fireplace in what is now a storage room, her feet up, reading the Bible. Gordon hates smoking. Few guests are able to keep a cigarette lit for long - something smashes it out or steals the pack! Ethel must be somewhat of a prohibitionist, because mixed drinks seem to spill and fly off tables fairly often.

**Leadville Evergreen Cemetery

Blue lights shoot through the treetops, and a woman in white flies over the tombstones. I went here and if you don't go for the hauntings go because the place is very pretty and there are very old grave stones here some are rater weird. One I saw kinda spooked me it was a Raggety Anne.

Mary Reed Building Part of the University of Denver campus.

It was the Dupont Room, named for a long-gone alumni who left money for the Reed Library. The room was all fixed up, with high-backed leather chairs, glass bookcases, etc. People told me the ghost of Mrs. Dupont liked to sit in "her" room and read, and the janitor claimed to have seen her more than once.

Rocky Mt 100ft Cemetery

Known for a lady ghost who, for the past 100 years, 2 times every year visits the same gravesite and leaves flowers. Over the years people have gathered to watch her and try to talk with her but she always disappears over a hill.

(UNC) Turner Hall

Haunted by numerous spirits, chiefly, two main spirits that most of the students who reside in it know and have either seen or heard. The first spirit was a former student who threw himself out of the window of the 11th floor. Another is because of a fire that happened in one of the rooms and trapped the students there.

The Hotel Colorado

There have been many sightings of ghosts there. It is said that it was used as a local hospital during WWII. Many who were wounded died there.

Helen Hunt falls in C.S.'s Cheyenne Canyon

The falls now bear her name. Her grave is up a little higher in the mountains in a place called Gold Camp Road. On the average of 5 people die around the Gold Camp area each year. If you drive through the tunnels there, something freaky ALWAYS happens. Handprints on the car, voices in the tunnels, etc.

Josephina's Restaurant-Larimer Square

Haunted by a female regular whose daughter from the prohibition era (the restaurant used to be a speak-easy) earlier in the century. The mirror in the women's bathroom has broken one-too-many times to be a coincidence as well as other freaky things (i.e. Whiskey bottles turning over by themselves, chair scooting from one end of the dining room to the other, etc.)

The Stanley Hotel

This huge, eerie hotel built in the early 1900's was a resort for famous celebrities and such. This hotel inspired Stephen King to write "The Shining." Past employees have mentioned hearing footsteps and seeing various apparitions.

Colorado Springs Gold Camp Road

The tunnels along the road are haunted by the spirits who built the in the 1800's, the road was originally a railroad from Colorado Springs to cripple creek

Adolph's Restaurant

Several workers complain to co-workers at seeing ghosts in the restaurants. One even attempted to contact a parapsychology institute nearby but nothing came of it. Although owners refute these claims, one waiter says restaurant hostesses, waiters and bussers have discussed the sightings among themselves. Historians, meanwhile, have said a murder occurred at the site of the restaurant near the turn of the century.

Tivoli Student Union

Houses the student union for the Auraria Campus combining Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State College and University of Colorado at Denver. Built in 1866 as the original Tivoli Brewery. Large brewing equipment still remains. Converted to student union in 1994. Ever since, voices are often heard through vents on the third floor as though an elegant party is going on, whispers in the bathrooms.

*Daniels Park

Old 19th century armory on the south face of the hill, below and to the left of the park facilities, a ghost named "Kether" dwells. She was sacrificed on this spot as punishment for disobedience of her coven whose beliefs were loosely based on worship of the Egyptian god "set". Often, on a hot summer day, the concrete and stone bunker goes suddenly cold and the spot where her blood spilled becomes damp to the touch. An apparition has also been seen on the hill nearby. Also apparitions that have been seen may also be beacuse of the cemetery that is at the park enterance. It is a very old cemetery and it has grave stones going up hill. My great grandparents are burried there.

Stanley Hotel

The place Stephen King stayed for five months while writing "The Shining" has countless stories of its own. Cooks and bus staff report music coming from a ballroom, that stops when they walk in. Bartenders have seen the ghost of F.O. Stanley stroll through, disappearing when they go to cut him off at the kitchen. Tour guides tell the story of the ghost of a small child seen by many of the staff, and reportedly even by King himself, calling out to his nanny on the second floor near the famed room made famous by the movie and novel.

The Pratt Hotel

This Bed and Breakfast was built in the late 19th century and is haunted by the first owner's daughter, Millie Pratt, who fell down the very steep front stairway. She only seems to appear to women. Her room is the one by the top of the stairs. She whispers "mother!" in women's' ears at night and several have seen her fall down the stairs or lying at the bottom of the staircase.

Fort Collins Holiday Inn Holidome

There's a ghost of a man in the top hall of the northwest wing that is an ominous presence. The ghost of a woman looks out over the swimming pool, from one of the rooms, when children are playing, supposedly to watch over them. The main apparition though, is of a little girl who haunts a room across the hall and a bit east of the now unused king suite. She does little poltergeist activities mainly- (guests there often find their key cards missing, etcetera) and she also blasts the air conditioning.

Howe Mortuary

In the basement where the old records are kept, there is a very cold spot as you enter. There is a very uneasy feeling that makes you have goose bumps. The extra storage area in the basement also has cold spots. On the ground floor there have been many sightings of people just standing in the lobby where there was no viewing scheduled. At night several times a month, the motion detectors and security alarms go off for no apparent reason. They say that the main spirit is Mr. Howe the original owner but several spirits are also said to haunt the basement.

The Cliff House

A noble couple from Europe came to the valley and met an untimely and gruesome deaths (she cheated on him and he murdered her and committed suicide.) The place is haunted. Voices (mumbled) and some have seen a white/translucent blur floating through walls. Steps being heard.

University of Colorado Macky Auditorium

There is reputedly a brown-clad man who haunts one of the building's towers. He seems to be harmless, but there is a bit of local legend connecting him with some documented murders in the building.

Hotel Colorado

Doors open and close by themselves, elevator goes up and down by itself, smell of cigar smoke when no one is smoking in lobby, a little girl in a Victorian dress playing on the staircase, and a murdered chambermaid who appears at night in the Devereux Room.

George Washington High School

The ghost of an old heavy bald man is seen on the football field. He will show up in the middle of the day and then just disappear into thin air. Some say he is the ghost of an old football coach.

Tramway building

The building has been renovated, and some of the construction crew has seen and heard strange things. One crew heard voices in an office. When they went to inspect the voices in the office they opened the door and there was nobody there. Also, there is a ghost of a mechanic who used to work on railcars in the basement. Legend is that he died in a tragic accident. He is seen walking down corridors carrying a huge tool and then disappearing.

Macky Auditorium

In the early 1960's a young woman was raped and murdered by the janitor while practicing opera alone in a room. Allegedly her ghost roams the hallways of the Auditorium and sometimes late at night you can hear opera coming from the building even though nobody is there.

Molly Brown House

The infamous house of Margaret Brown is haunted, although by who has not yet been determined. After an informal investigation, I found cold spots throughout the house, the scent of pipe tobacco when no one was smoking and doors that had "a mind of their own". The house is now a tourist attraction.

Black Forest Inn

A beautiful hotel (now a computer school) haunted on the top floor by two ghosts: Jessica, a chambermaid murdered by her lover, a stable hand, and the stable hand who committed suicide after killing her. Cold presences are felt going the stairs to the third floor, according to the staff. A ghost hunter came with all the modern equipment, and was said to have left in a hurry.

Melting Pot Restaurant (formerly the town's library)

Employees have reported seeing various apparitions and objects moving by themselves. Anyone who is a native of Littleton has probably heard of this. This restaurant is in downtown Littleton at Santa Fe Drive and Bowles Ave.

Colorado Springs Community Prep High School was Garfield Elementary

About 40 years ago two 3rd graders committed suicide, in one of the rooms down stairs you can still feel the coldness of the two elementary students presence. Also from students who go there now say they see and hear the voices of the two children. One student said that when they were down in the room they felt something pulling their hair while sitting down in the classroom. Until this day you can still smell what the dead bodies smell like.

Horse Thief Canyon

Horse Thief Canyon is located west of Grand Junction and connected to the Colorado National Monument. In the 19th century, horse thieves would bring their latest herd of horses here and hide them for a while. One night the sheriff surrounded the area and shot the thieves along with some of the horses. The spirit that haunts this place seems to be unrelated to the canyon's history. On certain nights a woman in a white dress has been spotted walking from canyon wall to canyon wall. Her background is unknown, but others have claimed to see her walking the banks of the Colorado River.

Broadmoor Hotel

There was once a fire in this hotel. Guests have claimed to hear the ghosts of the fire victims.

Vance Brand Civic Auditorium

Students here have reported cold spots, lights turning on and off and strange noises occurring. One student even spotted a strange figure in the back of the balcony watching them. The chairs in the auditorium have also been known to move as if someone is sitting down or getting up from them. The identity of the specter is unknown at this time.

The Schwartz Hotel

People have reported seeing strange lights and experiencing an eerie feeling as they walk by this hotel. Legend states that a father and son had a dispute during the 1800's and shot each other. They are now believed to haunt the place. They even frightened one lady so horribly that she hanged herself from the upper balcony. Witnesses have claimed to see her in the upstairs hallway.

Platte Canyon High School

In the storage room above the gym, a faculty member that hanged himself was found by students. It was later determined that he had raped a 14 year old freshman girl just before committing suicide. Ever since then, students and faculty members have reported hearing strange footsteps, lights flickering, and weird moaning sounds. They all seem to occur in the storage room.

Melting Pot Restaurant (formerly the town's library)

Employees have reported seeing various apparitions and objects moving by themselves. Anyone who is a native of Littleton has probably heard of this. This restaurant is in downtown Littleton at Santa Fe Drive and Bowles Ave.

What now is Community Prep High School was Garfield Elementary

About 40 years ago two 3rd graders committed suicide, in one of the rooms down stairs you can still feel the coldness of the two elementary students presence. Also from students who go there now say they see and hear the voices of the two children. One student said that when they were down in the room they felt something pulling their hair while sitting down in the classroom. Until this day you can still smell what the dead bodies smell like.

State Capitol Buildings

Many security guards see a woman in a long dress. She is seen there often, and in four or five nearby buildings. People report sounds of voices, footsteps, doors.... Cold spots too.

Lamar-The Old Chapel

It is told that a man had come and killed a preacher and a nun, while raping another. The poor nun found out later that she was pregnant, and hanged herself on the top floor. To this day, the unhappy nun can be heard crying and moaning throughout the week, and a few have even seen her weeping while walking along the halls.

Sand Creek

The site of the Sand Creek Massacre is long believed and experienced as a haunted site. On November 29, 1864 over 200 Native Americans (mostly women and children) were brutally massacred by US Col. John Chivington. His forces hunted the people as they tried to escape along the Sand Creek, in many cases, as they tried to take shelter in small sand caves. They were used as target practice, mutilated, and even had body parts amputated before death as trophies. Annually, on the anniversary night of the massacre, campers have reported seeing manifestations of numerous Native women, children, and the occasional warrior, wandering down the Sand Creek bed and banks where they were killed, most appearing only briefly, then dissolving into the creek's soil.

Harrison High School Auditorium

It is said that the ghost of a young thespian named Malcom haunts this Auditorium. You can hear his footsteps on the stage and catwalk. If you venture up to the catwalk area you may see a glowing light coming from no light source. Once a young woman slipped on the catwalk and nearly fell to what could have been her death when she felt someone grab a hold of her, pulling her back to safety. When she caught her breath and looked for her hero, she found no one, but felt something brush her cheek as if being kissed.

Golden Heritage Square

This is a type of shopping center/ amusement park that is haunted by many ghosts. One in particular is a young man who supposedly fell in love with a young girl from one of the Indian tribes that was passing through the area at the time. Some one supposedly forbid their love and as the young man chased after the girl in his horse drawn wagon he was mysteriously killed. To this day there have been stories of young girls hearing galloping, and a male voice crying out for them to wait for him.

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