Haunted Colorado: Ghosts & Strange Phenomena of the Centennial State by Charles A Stanfield Jr

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Colorado's majestic mountains, thick forest, and windswept grasslands are said to be home to all manner of ghosts and other supernatural beings. Here are the bone-chilling accounts of spirits, strange creatures, and unexplained phenomena from the colorful history of the Centennial State, including: 

  • Spirits of cowboys, miners, railroaders, explorers, and Native Americans
  • The wave of Bigfoot appearances in Colorado Springs
  • Specters of the Pueblo cliff dwellers at Mesa Verde National Park
  • The haunted Stanley Hotel, which inspired Stephen King to write The Shining
  • The ghosts of Kit Carson, "Buffalo Bill" Cody, "The Unsinkable" Molly Brown, and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid