The Skyline Lodge

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The 3-story lodge, built in 1945 in this little gold-mining town, is said to be haunted by Little Eva, a teenaged prostitute who was shot by the wife of a miner. She is allegedely buried here, under an unmarked concrete slab in a nearby field. Please be mindful that theh field is private property. Henry also haunts the lodge, a man who died in the main lodge of a heart attack in the 1950s. Witnesses have reported shadowy figures as well as bowls, silverware and plates flying off counters and shelves. Also reported have been doors that open and close by themselves, cold spots, missing things that turn up in odd places, fireplaces suddenly lighting up or going out, and the sound of furniture being dragged across the upper floors when no one is up there.

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Geographic Information

Platoro, CO
United States

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37.353307564735616, -106.53076350667106
Conejos County, Colorado
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