St. Cloud Hotel

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Reported to be vacant and in disrepair, this 1888 hotel building is said to be the home of some playful ghosts. Past guests have seen the ghost of a young girl playing with a ball in the hallways. It’s said that the ghosts liked to play tricks on the guests and staff, such as hiding objects, turning the lights or the TV on and off, and stacking up the chairs when no one is in the room.

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Geographic Information

7th and Main St
Canon City, CO
United States

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38.4418051, -105.23809419999998
Fremont County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Canon City, CO (0.2 mi.)
Prospect Heights, CO (1.1 mi.)
Lincoln Park, CO (1.3 mi.)
Brookside, CO (3.1 mi.)
Williamsburg, CO (6.2 mi.)
Rockvale, CO (6.4 mi.)
Florence, CO (7.4 mi.)
Coal Creek, CO (7.4 mi.)
Penrose, CO (11.7 mi.)
Victor, CO (19.3 mi.)


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    • How when it’s closed I’ve been in there with friends and heard the little girl laugh and whistle all at the same time on 3 different floors

  1. I’m looking at doing a single night investigation here (St. Cloud). I have a small team of three people.
    Does anyone know who the current owner is of this place? It’s a remarkable building!
    Kiefer Thomas

  2. I live in Canon and have seen shadows in the window while walking by. It’s been closed for years but they’re talking about opening it again now once it’s renovated

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