Chateau L'Acadienne

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This 1870’s bed and breakfast inn was built during the gold rush era, and is rumoured to be haunted. Guests claim to have encountered the apparition of a young woman in an old-fashioned dress, who has been known to move jewellery around rooms at night. Word is though that this B&B closed down in 2009.

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325 Spring Street
Central City, CO
United States

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39.79603262682151, -105.51302812023772
Gilpin County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Central City, CO (0.4 mi.)
Black Hawk, CO (1.0 mi.)
Idaho Springs, CO (3.7 mi.)
Downieville-Lawson-Dumont, CO (6.0 mi.)
Saint Marys, CO (7.3 mi.)
Rollinsville, CO (8.4 mi.)
Empire, CO (9.4 mi.)
Coal Creek, CO (10.5 mi.)
Eldora, CO (10.9 mi.)
Nederland, CO (11.4 mi.)


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  1. I have a group of paranormal investigator here in central city i would love to investigat this place if its possible my contact number is 720) 577-7183 my name is eddie

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