Herzog House

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This historic house was built in 1911, and is rumoured to be haunted by a man named Lewis who died during the 1900’s. Tenants have reported feeling cold spots and hearing strange banging noises with no apparent origin.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

10970 Pikes Peak Drive
Parker, CO
United States

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39.51718899999999, -104.76166490000003
Douglas County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Parker, CO (0.1 mi.)
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The Pinery, CO (4.5 mi.)
Foxfield, CO (5.4 mi.)
Dove Valley, CO (5.5 mi.)
Meridian, CO (5.7 mi.)
Heritage Hills, CO (6.5 mi.)
Lone Tree, CO (7.1 mi.)


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