Red Rocks Amphitheater

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The famous Red Rocks Amphitheater in the Rocky Mountain Foothills is a popular concert venue that’s rumored to be haunted by a couple of ghosts. One is a bearded man holding a bottle, believed to be a miner. He shows for a moment and then disappears. The other is a headless woman riding horseback through the night with a bloody hatchet. She is said to protect the area against mischief makers.

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18300 W. Alameda Parkway
Morrison, CO 80465
United States

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39.66536047936134, -105.20551915566409
Jefferson County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Morrison, CO (1.1 mi.)
Idledale, CO (2.1 mi.)
Indian Hills, CO (3.8 mi.)
Genesee, CO (3.8 mi.)
West Pleasant View, CO (4.9 mi.)
East Pleasant View, CO (5.0 mi.)
Kittredge, CO (5.1 mi.)
Golden, CO (6.3 mi.)
Evergreen, CO (6.3 mi.)
Applewood, CO (6.8 mi.)

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  1. I’ve lived in Lakewood my whole life, and the story I heard about Red Rocks was about an Arapahoe woman named Mary Wolf. She married a white man and had a couple children. The people in that Era shunned her, abused her, bullied her. Eventually the tormenting drove her insane. She took a hatchet and killed her husband and children. She went up into the cave to live. The cave became known as hatchet lady’s cave. After her death, the legend says that if you stand on the 13th seat, 13th row, at midnight and call Mary Wolf’s name 4 times, her spirit will fly out of the cave & hunt you down……

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