Red Crags Bed and Breakfast Inn

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This historic manor house is located on a hill near the town, and is believe to be haunt by a young girl in a green dress who stands at the end of guests beds.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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302 El Paso Blvd
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
United States

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38.8582559, -104.89995290000002
El Paso County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Manitou Springs, CO (0.9 mi.)
Colorado Springs, CO (4.6 mi.)
Cascade-Chipita Park, CO (8.1 mi.)
Green Mountain Falls, CO (8.2 mi.)
Stratmoor, CO (8.7 mi.)
Air Force Academy, CO (9.6 mi.)
Fort Carson, CO (10.3 mi.)
Cimarron Hills, CO (10.8 mi.)
Rock Creek Park, CO (11.2 mi.)
Security-Widefield, CO (12.6 mi.)

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