Windsor Hotel

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Windsor hotel was once a lively place, established in 1874. Cowboys, settlers, and European settlers passed through the Windsor hotel. A lady named Maude came through the San Luis Valley and arrived in Del Norte Colorado.her means of the stay where rather joyful…….. Well at the beginning. Her and the love of her life decided to stay at the hotel for 6 days. Her love said he would be right back upon leaving the hotel she looked out the window to see her love get in a wagon with another women and he never returned, 4 days later Maude went across the street and bought a first model of the 357. Magnum the biggest revolver of the time she went back to her room where she shot herself in the chest and fell to the ground screaming, she loaded another round and aimed it at her head, she died. Now if you stay in the room where she killed herself you may be a lucky one to hear her moan in the room and peer over your bed at night moaning in pain from the loss of her husband and the pain of the wound. Be careful as i have heard Maude scream above me as i will never forget, she is most definitely real.

(Submitted by Michael G.)

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Geographic Information

Address:
605 Grand Avenue
Del Norte, CO
United States

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GPS:
37.6788516, -106.354556
County:
Rio Grande County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Del Norte, CO (0.1 mi.)
Alpine, CO (12.8 mi.)
Gerrard, CO (13.0 mi.)
Monte Vista, CO (13.2 mi.)
Center, CO (14.4 mi.)
South Fork, CO (15.6 mi.)
Hooper, CO (26.6 mi.)
Alamosa, CO (30.2 mi.)
Capulin, CO (30.4 mi.)
Saguache, CO (30.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://windsorhoteldelnorte.com/

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  1. This place gave me the creeps. Although I did not see a ghost, there was definitely a palpable sense that the paranormal was crawling all over the place. When I stayed there, I didn’t know it was haunted, but it didn’t take long to realize it.

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