Ghostly stories of Colorado’s History

October 29, 2010 at 3:36 pm (History, odd news) (, , , , , , , )

I’v been a busy beaver this month; I wrote thirty articles in October – yay!

here’s a comprehensive list – with links – to the many articles I wrote this month on the ghosts and haunted palces of Colorado, trying to keep a history twist to it all. 

Here’s a reading list of haunted history stories about Colorado that you might enjoy:

 Halloween, Haunting and History: the ghost tales of Colorado

 Haunted Colorado: Mr. Pierce goes a gambling

 Ghost Hunting Etiquette: how to properly treat historic sites

 J.D. Hidgepath, the most amorous ghost of the rockies

 The Ghostly Horsemen of Colorado – in two parts

Part One

 Part Two

 The demons of the Colorado Mountains

 Haunted Colorado: The Dragon in the Gulch

 Haunted Homes and Mansions throughout Colorado – in four parts

Part One

 Part Two

 Part Three

 Part Four

 The Ghosts of Sand Creek

 Haunted Schools throughout Colorado – in three parts

Part One

 Part Two

 Part Three

 Odd Places for Ghosts: Unusual Haunted Locations in Colorado

 Haunted Train Stations in Colorado

 The Ghosts on the Colorado Trains

 Ghostly Trains and Haunted Rails: The Ghost Train of Marshall Pass

 Ghostly Trains and Haunted Rails: Along the Denver, South park and Pacific Line

 The Benevolent Ghosts of the Colorado Mines

 The Tommyknockers of the Mamie R. Mine

 The many Ghosts of Brownsville – in two parts

Part One

 Part Two

 And in case you crave more reading on the ghosts and haunted places of Colorado before next year, here’s a book list:

 Enjoy and Happy Halloween!

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