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We saw the Ghost Adventures episode of the house and knew the history. It was easy to take a tour and learn even more about the history. We spent a lot time there and enjoyed the restoration of the 1860's house the way it was....More
I have always wanted to check this place out after reading about it and seeing Ghost Adventurers do a visit and I had the opportunity on my drive to Colorado from Florida.
The group before me just left so I was the only one on...More
Still an unsolved cold case full of twists and turns that led to a horrifically tragic end.
Our guide was informative, felt some cold spots, have one photo that shows what appears to be a face in one of the windows, but did not capture...More
Lots of fun. They tour guide gives you a little talk over the key points of the history of the home. Then you get to take a self guided tour. The home is kept in fairly goid condition. Some of the items in the home...More
Our 2nd visit, 9/4/15, was even more active than the 1st (11/15/13).
My team, GIC, on both visits, we're extremely respectful and chose to ignore the "evil" that many have said is in the house. We instead talked with the Moore Family and the Stillinger...More