Hofman Building

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The second oldest commercial building in Cheyenne now houses an old-fashioned brewery, but was formerly a bordello and a saloon. Staff and workers from across the road have reported various paranormal occurrences, including disembodied footsteps, doors opening and closing by themselves and lights that sway by themselves when there is no one around. Objects are frequently pushed off the shelves by an unseen presence, and the faucets and toilet often work by themselves.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

316 West Fifteenth Street
Cheyenne, WY
United States

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41.131459, -104.81665199999998
Laramie County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Cheyenne, WY (0.6 mi.)
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