The Brittany Hill

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The former Brittany Hill restaurant, now Crystal Rose (a venue for special events), is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses say an embracing ghostly couple can be seen in the tower window. Legend has it that the mansion’s former owner was unfaithful to his wife, and as a result, she jumped to her death from the tower. Distraught, the man then hanged himself in the same tower. Now made up, the ghostly couple apparently resides there for eternity.

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Geographic Information

Address:
9350 Grant St
Thornton, CO 80229
United States

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GPS:
39.865218, -104.98404299999999
County:
Adams County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Thornton, CO (0.7 mi.)
Federal Heights, CO (1.2 mi.)
Northglenn, CO (1.4 mi.)
Sherrelwood, CO (2.1 mi.)
Welby, CO (2.4 mi.)
Twin Lakes, CO (3.0 mi.)
Westminster, CO (3.4 mi.)
Derby, CO (3.9 mi.)
North Washington, CO (4.0 mi.)
Commerce City, CO (4.7 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.thebrittanyhill.com/

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  1. Sorry story doesnt add up considering it was just a dirt hill until the Brittany hill restaurant was built my older brother would take me 4 wheeling up there untill construction started in the early to mid 80s

    • Stephanie Jacobs  |  

      The story is true! Many, many year’s ago, around the 1900’s was a theater with stage dancers of women and men. The male involved had many affairs before his wife took her life. I, was there a long time ago and the inside carries a weird presence at night.

  2. Stephanie Jacobs  |  

    Joe, this was way before your grand parents were born in the 1900’s. An “EVP” was done and a males voice says, “Get Out”! Several people working there had strange accidents, the one most scariest is a 20 year experience man was cutting wood with a saw and severed 4 fingers losing one. Another was a males up in the tiny tower to get a peek in it, and all the sudden he fell 15 feet down on a platform straight above the men’s room he was injured but survived. A female stated she heard a male, yell Hello and she assumed it was a quest looking for her but when she walked around the facility there was not a male person in the building, at that time.
    That place always gave me ugly vibes and the people that I have spoke about above, I was there and seen it all happen so quickly.

  3. Interesting history. Our family owned the property until the 1980’s when Eminent Domain finally took it out of our family’s hands and had us zone it for commercial use. For a long time we had a fence around the place and let people go 4 wheeling until they built the restaurant. Also after contacting and having an in depth conversation with the owner of the property The owner wishes that all postings and all claims of the haunting s please be removed. I have been there several times and conducted several scientific investigations and found nothing of the paranormal to be there. As I stated above the owner wants you to respect his wishes and not go investigate his property.

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