Lace House Museum

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This historic house was moved from its original location due to the demand of the casino economy, and it is unclear as to whether the ghosts that inhabited the old building moved with it. In any case, workers and visitors used to report ghostly laughter, disembodied footsteps and a shadowy apparition.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

420 Gregory Street
Blackhawk, CO
United States

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39.8002689, -105.49933599999997
Gilpin County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Black Hawk, CO (0.4 mi.)
Central City, CO (0.8 mi.)
Idaho Springs, CO (4.1 mi.)
Downieville-Lawson-Dumont, CO (6.7 mi.)
Saint Marys, CO (7.9 mi.)
Rollinsville, CO (8.1 mi.)
Coal Creek, CO (9.8 mi.)
Empire, CO (10.2 mi.)
Eldora, CO (10.8 mi.)
Nederland, CO (11.1 mi.)


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