Rock Ledge Ranch

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This former 1800’s tuberculosis hospital is now a museum, and is rumoured to be haunted. Phenomena reported here includes disembodied footsteps, lights turning on and off of their own accord and a rocking chair which rocks by itself.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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3105 Gateway Rd
Colorado Springs, CO
United States

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38.87313699662679, -104.87175826665651
El Paso County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Manitou Springs, CO (2.6 mi.)
Colorado Springs, CO (3.8 mi.)
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Cascade-Chipita Park, CO (8.5 mi.)
Green Mountain Falls, CO (8.9 mi.)
Cimarron Hills, CO (9.4 mi.)
Fort Carson, CO (10.4 mi.)
Rock Creek Park, CO (11.9 mi.)
Security-Widefield, CO (12.1 mi.)


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  1. I’ve worked in the Rock Ledge House as a Volunteer. It is NOT haunted. Never has been. Just because it’s old doesn’t mean it’s haunted. I’ve never experienced anything when working in the house and my coworkers said the same.

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