Peck House Hotel

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This former house hotel is now a private residence, so please respect the owners privacy. Hidden deep in the mountains, this hotel was rumoured to be haunted by at least two ghosts. The first was that of a male owner who was thrown from his carriage and died. His apparition has been seen walking the hallways of the manor house. Other phenomena reported includes coughing sounds from nowhere, cold spots and articles of clothing that move around of their own accord.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

83 Sunny Avenue
Empire, CO
United States

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39.7622418, -105.68359420000002
Clear Creek County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Empire, CO (0.1 mi.)
Downieville-Lawson-Dumont, CO (3.5 mi.)
Georgetown, CO (3.9 mi.)
Saint Marys, CO (4.2 mi.)
Silver Plume, CO (5.1 mi.)
Idaho Springs, CO (9.1 mi.)
Central City, CO (9.4 mi.)
Winter Park, CO (9.9 mi.)
Black Hawk, CO (10.4 mi.)
Eldora, CO (14.4 mi.)


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