Avoid the 17 Most Haunted Places in Denver, Colorado at All Costs
Over the next couple of weeks, we will start to see Colorado's fall colors change. That fall feeling will be here before we know it, and stories around the fire pit in the backyard will turn into ghost stories the closer we get to October 31st.
Some of Colorado's largest and scariest haunted houses are located in Denver, but so are many of the state's most talked about haunts. Keep going for a closer look at seventeen of the most notoriously haunted places in Denver, Colorado.
The Many Haunts of Denver, Colorado
You could probably spend all year trying to visit all the places in the Denver area that are tied to a haunting tale. The city dates back to the 1850s. In all that time it's easy to imagine a few ghosts moving in. In the photo gallery below, we'll look at seventeen locations in Denver where paranormal activity has been observed again and again.
Denver's Most Gruesome Haunt
If you have never had a chance to see Denver's Cheesman Park, it's one of the most talked-about and accessible stops to explore. Lots of ghost stories surround the location which used to be a city cemetery that was partially relocated to Denver's Riverside Cemetery. . Today it is believed there are still more than 2,000 unmarked bodies beneath the park that were never removed.
Founded as Prospect Hill Cemetery, later known as Denver City Cemetery, remains are found to this day in and around the sloping grounds. Even on a sunny day, this park gives off a super creepy vibe.
Where else can you see ghosts in Denver? Keep going to find out.