Hotel Teatro

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The hotel was renovated in 1997, after a long and illustrious career as the Denver Tramway Building. When the major renovations began on the building, construction crews began to experience a number of strange occurrences. One group who heard voices coming from an office went to inspect, only to find no one there. Today, there is allegedly the ghost of a mechanic who has been seen walking down the hallways with tools in hand before mysteriously disappearing. The “tool man” is thought to have been a mechanic who once worked on railcars in the basement of the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1100 14th St
Denver, CO 80202
United States

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39.7460294, -104.99850750000002
Denver County, Colorado
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