Denver Union Station

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The presence of a military officer has been felt on one of the platforms, as if he is still waiting for a train. A shadowy apparition which appeared to be lost was seen by many during the mid-twentieth century, but has not been seen recently. Also not seen recently was the ghost of a homeless man with just three fingers, who terrified passengers and workers by appearing and disappearing suddenly all over the station.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1701 Wynkoop Street
Denver, CO
United States

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39.7531224, -105.0001446
Denver County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Denver, CO (1.3 mi.)
Mountain View, CO (3.3 mi.)
Lakeside, CO (3.4 mi.)
Edgewater, CO (3.4 mi.)
Lakeside, CO (3.6 mi.)
Berkley, CO (3.8 mi.)
North Washington, CO (3.9 mi.)
Wheat Ridge, CO (4.2 mi.)
Glendale, CO (4.9 mi.)
Twin Lakes, CO (5.0 mi.)

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