We stayed in the Cottonwood Cabin on my 40th birthday. After I fell asleep in the downstairs bedroom, I felt someone touch my shoulder. My boyfriend had fallen asleep on the couch upstairs so I thought it was him, but when I woke up and looked there was no one else in the room with me. I turned over and fell back asleep and a little later I felt someone sit at the foot of the bed. Again I woke up and no one was there. I went upstairs and woke up my boyfriend and made him come to bed with me. Nothing else happened when he was in the room with me. This cabin used to be a post office and was moved to its current location and added on to.
(Submitted by Jennifer)
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- 16120 Co Rd 162
Nathrop, CO 81236
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- 38.731589, -106.16711700000002
- Chaffee County, Colorado
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I’ve lived here for a while and every time my buddies and I go up past cottonwood lake to camp, something weird happens in the trees by our camp.