Ute Inn Bar and Grill

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Haunted by the original owner Bert Berdstrum and his friend and original bar manager a man by the name Dutch. Also said to haunt the establishment are the ghost of two women.

Reports of what felt like hair being slightly braised, smells of a woman’s perfume when no customers wearing perfume were present. Upon hiring of new employees, the women’s bathroom will lock itself until someone knocks on the door and asks if everything is okay, then the door will become unlocked and nobody will be inside the bathroom.

Wine glasses fall off the rack where they hang, foot steps heard coming down the back entrance hall, the ice scoop from the ice machine has flown out of its holder smashing up against adjacent wall, cold spots will frequently appear throughout the establishment, and the main TV was reported to have turned itself back on after being shut down.

Other than that, the place is very warm and friendly, great atmosphere and menu. Occasionally gets a little rowdy but the staff maintains excellent control of the environment.

(Submitted by Madelyn)

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Geographic Information

204 W Midland Ave
Woodland Park, CO 80863
United States

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38.994573, -105.05475100000001
Teller County, Colorado
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