Grant-Humphreys Mansion

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The palace is haunted by five entities, with the identity of only one apparition known. This is the spectre of Albert Humphreys, who died in a suspicious shooting accident on the third floor, and still roams the hallways of the house. The four other entities reported in the mansions are probably restless spirits from the Mount Prospect Graveyard, which was unearthed and hastily reburied some time ago.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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770 Pennsylvania Street
Denver, CO 80203-3619
United States

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39.7282493, -104.98049300000002
Denver County, Colorado
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