Columbine Victorian Hotel

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This hotel was built at the turn of the twentieth century, and served as living quarters for railroad executives. In Room #009, a suicide took place several years ago. Guests have reported hearing a knock on the door, only to find the hallway empty. Other have reportedly heard ghostly voices. The other haunted suite is Room #014, where guests have seen the apparition of a woman, and have felt cold spots.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

136 West Tomichi Avenue
Gunnison, CO
United States

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38.5447476, -106.92778149999998
Gunnison County, Colorado
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