Denver’s most iconic haunted locations include the Brown Palace Hotel, where guests have claimed to hear the ghost of an old railroad ticket manager walking down the hall, and Cheesman Park, which was a cemetery for outlaws, paupers, and the diseased. It is said that as many as 2,000 bodies are still buried under the park’s grassy lawns and that their spirits continue to roam the park and surrounding neighborhoods. Even at the old Governor’s Mansion, ghosts are said to walk the halls, and at the State Capitol buildings, a phantom woman in a long dress is often known to appear.
Inspired by Denver’s notorious hauntings are the city’s haunted houses, many of which have received accolades from the Travel Channel, MTV, Discovery Channel, USA Today, and Hauntworld Magazine. Open for the second half of October, some of the most popular (and scariest) haunted houses include the 13th Floor Haunted House, Asylum Haunted House, and Primitive Fear Haunted House.
For a complete guide to Denver’s haunted houses, visit www.HauntedDenver.com
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