A haunted location: University Of Denver Lamont School Of Music in Denver, Colorado.
Details: Dunklee Hall – was located at the intersection of Montview and Quebec (it is moving to the main campus where the also haunted Mary Reed building is located).
Legend has it that a student killed herself on the second floor of the dormitory, Dunklee Hall.
That floor was used as practice rooms for the music students.
There was one particular room (out the elevator, to the right, last door on the right), Is usually standing open.
A haunted location: Train Bridge Over The Kiowa Creek in Bennett, Colorado.
Details: Many years ago a massive train accident happened around the bridge, crossing over the Kiowa creek.
Many of the passengers passed away on board.
To this day it’s said on some nights you will be able to see or hear a ghost train passing by.
A haunted location: St. Francis Health Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Details: When the hospital first started, nuns were in charge of the nursing and healthcare.
There is one who does not want to leave.
She has been seen with blood on her clothes and she wanders around the hospital.
Many say that she will exit through a wall, which was added after her death.
A haunted location: Howe Mortuary in Boulder, Colorado.
Details: 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.
A haunted location: Old Logan County Hospital in Sterling, Colorado.
Details: The old hospital is now shut down and owned by Centennial Mental Health.
A little boy, Sterling, died there and haunts the place.
Electricity was cut off but inside you can still turn on the lights and all the clocks have the same time on them that doesn’t change even when they are plugged in.
Telephone dial tones can be herd when you pick up the phone to but no calls can be made.
A haunted location: Lee Family Home in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Details: This home, located near the Black Forest area, has been on “Sightings” and has had several paranormal investigators visit.
There are over 20 spirits that haunt the house and the grounds.
Apparently it is a spiritual portal lying on the crossing of two major lay lines, according to a Hopi Shaman.
A haunted location: Horse Thief Canyon in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Details: 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 shat the thieves along with some of the horses.
The spirit that haunts this place seems to be unrelated to the canyon’s history.
A haunted location: Near Top Of Poncha Pass in Poncha Springs, Colorado.
Details: On a small tract of land, owned by the Boy Scouts for their Rocky Mountain High Adventure Base, is an old dugout cabin, near a small gold mine, surrounded by an old corral.
Many adults and scouts have reported on various occasions hearing moaning and low muttering sounds coming directly from the dugout late at night.
The story is that De Anza buried some gold at this site on his way down into Poncha Springs in the 1600’s.