Wyoming Supreme Court Building

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The building is believed to be haunted by Judge Blume, who has been known to push books off shelves and turn on all the lights after staff members have gone home. Occasionally, people working late hours report smelling cigar smoke when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

2301 Capital Avenue
Cheyenne, WY
United States

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41.1391682, -104.81878159999997
Laramie County, Wyoming
Nearest Towns:
Cheyenne, WY (0.1 mi.)
Warren Air Force Base, WY (2.4 mi.)
Fox Farm-College, WY (2.6 mi.)
South Greeley, WY (3.0 mi.)
Ranchettes, WY (5.7 mi.)
Hillsdale, WY (18.5 mi.)
Burns, WY (24.2 mi.)
Carpenter, WY (24.4 mi.)
Nunn, CO (30.2 mi.)
Wellington, CO (31.7 mi.)


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