Justina L. Ford Home - Black American West Museum

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This historic home and museum was the residence of Justina Ford, Colorado’s first African-American female doctor. Staff members have seen a ghostly female figure, assumed to be Ford herself, who walks through the rooms. Some witnesses have felt a touch on the cheek. A male ghost, thought to be Ford’s second husband Alfred Allen, and another female ghost also are believed to reside here.

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3091 California St
Denver, CO 80205
United States

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39.75926, -104.97447599999998
Denver County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Denver, CO (1.5 mi.)
North Washington, CO (3.3 mi.)
Commerce City, CO (4.0 mi.)
Berkley, CO (4.2 mi.)
Glendale, CO (4.3 mi.)
Mountain View, CO (4.4 mi.)
Lakeside, CO (4.5 mi.)
Lakeside, CO (4.7 mi.)
Edgewater, CO (4.8 mi.)
Twin Lakes, CO (4.8 mi.)

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