Costello Street Coffee House

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The 1886 Costello Street Coffee House, once a private home, is purported to house the ghost of former owner James Costello, who passed away there. Costello’s wife Catherine also died here when her dress caught fire. The restaurant’s ghosts are said to turn lights on, play with animated holiday figures, make footsteps when no one living is around, move or hide various objects, and create cold spots.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2679 W. Hwy 24
Florissant, CO 80816
United States

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GPS:
38.946487, -105.289019
County:
Teller County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Florissant, CO (0.1 mi.)
Divide, CO (7.1 mi.)
Midland, CO (9.2 mi.)
Woodland Park, CO (12.9 mi.)
Green Mountain Falls, CO (14.6 mi.)
Cripple Creek, CO (15.0 mi.)
Cascade-Chipita Park, CO (15.4 mi.)
Stratton, CO (15.6 mi.)
Westcreek, CO (15.7 mi.)
Goldfield, CO (18.1 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.costellostreetcoffeehouse.com/

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