This 1890s-era hotel building is now said to be privately owned, so please respect the owners’ privacy.
Folks say that they’ve seen strange lights and had eerie feelings as they walked past this building, and according to local legend there are at least three ghosts here. A father and son are said to have shot each other here during an 1800s dispute, and rumor has it that their ghosts scared one woman so badly that she hanged herself from the balcony. Her ghost has been seen by witnesses in the upstairs hall.
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- 48 N. Pine Street
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- 39.2841428, -106.06383779999999
- Park County, Colorado
- Nearest Towns:
- Alma, CO (0.1 mi.)
Fairplay, CO (5.3 mi.)
Blue River, CO (10.1 mi.)
Leadville, CO (12.4 mi.)
Leadville North, CO (12.8 mi.)
Breckenridge, CO (13.7 mi.)
Copper Mountain, CO (15.9 mi.)
Frisco, CO (20.1 mi.)
Twin Lakes, CO (22.0 mi.)
Keystone, CO (22.2 mi.)
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