Inn of Glen Haven

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Rumored to be haunted by a number of apparitions, the inn closed after sustaining serious damaged during floods.

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7468 County Road 43
Glen Haven, CO 80532
United States

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40.4529805, -105.4493028
Larimer County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Estes Park, CO (6.5 mi.)
Allenspark, CO (18.3 mi.)
Lyons, CO (18.3 mi.)
Loveland, CO (20.1 mi.)
Laporte, CO (20.3 mi.)
Campion, CO (20.8 mi.)
Fort Collins, CO (21.2 mi.)
Berthoud, CO (21.8 mi.)
Bark Ranch, CO (23.2 mi.)
Jamestown, CO (23.5 mi.)

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  1. Peggy Sue Zinn  |  

    sorry folks, I frequent that area at night all the time as an Aurora Hunter, I have never found any activity at all. You would have better luck at Old Mission Light House, last few years there has been a dark creepy energy out there. Don’t know where it stems from, and it didn’t use to be there.

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