Helen Hunt Falls

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Helen Hunt Falls, on Cheyenne Creek in the North Cheyenne Cañon Park, is named for Helen Maria Hunt Jackson (1830–1885), a poet, writer and activist on behalf of Native Americans. The falls are said to be haunted by the spirits of many people who have lost their lives here. Psychics have reported a great deal of spiritual energy here.

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    3440 N. Cheyenne Cañon Road
    Colorado Springs, CO 80906
    United States

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    38.78860110000001, -104.90302959999997
    El Paso County, Colorado
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      • Ive had an experience here and I will never go there again at night. I was walking with my three friends up the trail. My one friend went ahead of me and it was me and some guy. All of a sudden I here HEY!!! Really loud I look over and say what to my right… and hear nothing. Then I get a call from my friend that she is already at the top of the trail… and I look over to the spot where I here Hey … and nothing… I was very scared… I heard it loud and clear…

    1. Alice forrey  |  

      It’s totally haunted there is a story I heard about a girl named Helen hunt who committed suicide by jumping off the top of the waterfall and that’s the real reason it’s named Helen hunt and story says if you go to the top her ghost will push you off

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