This historic building now contains an antiques store selling western artifacts and merchandise, but staff here have reportedly had many paranormal experiences over the years. The apparition of a man in a cowboy hat has been seen wandering through the upper floor of the building, and is always very polite and courteous to women. Some believe this was Tom Horn, a cattle salesman who was hanged for a crime he didn’t commit. Another spirit believed to haunt the is George Beard, a bank manager who shot himself after his bank closed at the turn of the nineteenth century. He is reportedly a jealous presence, and has been known to push staff members around and throw objects.
(Submitted by Callum Swift)
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- 210-212 West Lincolnway
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- 41.13264920842778, -104.81619069636463
- Laramie County, Wyoming
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