Molly Brown House

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This 1889 stately home was built for Molly Brown and her husband, who survived the sinking of the R.M.S Titanic. Her ghost has been seen wandering around the house, and her presence is usually accompanied by cold spots. Pipe and cigar smoke is smelt in some rooms of the house, attributed to her husband’s presence. The apparition of a lady in Victorian attire moves around the furniture around the dining room and has been seen often by visitors. A ghost known as ‘Johanna’ has been seen in an upstairs bedroom, and the ghost of a mad butler has been seen standing behind people when they go to look in a mirror on the first floor.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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1340 Pennsylvania St
Denver, CO 80203
United States

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39.737499, -104.98073099999999
Denver County, Colorado
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  1. When I went here a few years ago, I felt many cold spots and did smell cigar smoke. It was a very nice experience and do recommend venturing there at least once. This house holds a lot of neat history.

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