Spruce Lodge

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The haunted rooms at this lodge are 1, 6, and 7. Some of the strange things that happen here include a little girl ghost who peers out of an upstairs window, doors that open and close on their own, voices, footsteps, lights that go on and off, and a woman’s apparition. Dark shadow figures also have been reported.

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29431 U.S. 160
South Fork, CO 81154
United States

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37.67230766115713, -106.62346136563428
Rio Grande County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
South Fork, CO (0.9 mi.)
Gerrard, CO (1.7 mi.)
Alpine, CO (2.2 mi.)
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Monte Vista, CO (26.8 mi.)
Center, CO (28.7 mi.)
Pagosa Springs, CO (35.0 mi.)
Cathedral, CO (36.8 mi.)
Capulin, CO (38.8 mi.)

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