Fairlamb House Bed and Breakfast

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This historic bed and breakfast inn, dating back to the turn of the twentieth century, is allegedly haunted by former residents and a quintet of women in old-fashioned clothing. The latter have been known to appear in the Millard Room during the night, and disappear when they are acknowledged by guests or staff. Cold spots, disembodied footsteps and a restless spirit in the attic have also been reported, which are believed to be associated with the skeletal remains a marauding owner stored in the loft after finding them during a desert expedition. Other notable haunted rooms include the Ethel Room and the Stella Room.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

700 Leon Street
Delta, CO
United States

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38.737504, -108.0623066
Delta County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Delta, CO (0.5 mi.)
Orchard City, CO (8.0 mi.)
Olathe, CO (10.1 mi.)
Cedaredge, CO (13.5 mi.)
Hotchkiss, CO (19.0 mi.)
Montrose, CO (20.5 mi.)
Crawford, CO (24.5 mi.)
Paonia, CO (26.9 mi.)
Palisade, CO (30.1 mi.)
Clifton, CO (32.1 mi.)


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