Knights of Pythias Building

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This historic building houses a vibrant flea market on the lower floor, but other parts of the building have a darker history. A coffin was located under the floor beneath a hidden trap door, and ever since it was unearthed, there have been many reports of ghostly activity. Staff have reported cold spots, arguing voices, disembodied footsteps and an unseen presence which has been known to brush past people in the hallways. After closing hours, staff and paranormal teams alike have seen a shadowy apparition standing at the top of the stairs, who fades away when approached.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

312 West Seventeenth Street
Cheyenne, WY
United States

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41.1332371, -104.8177541
Laramie County, Wyoming
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