Thomas Aikens~ The flamboyant owner of Boulder's most expensive home dies a pauper, in 1901~ 10 year old Walter dies in the mountain mines in 1896 and has been here ever since~ Boulder History Museum, The Plaza Hotel and three pampered dogs all in one story~ The Mystery at Macky Auditorium In Denver, learn the history of Emily Griffith and her Opportunity School.See where police and the National Guard had a standoff in the City Hall Wars. Ghosts of Boulder and Denver Off Season Tours: November 1 - April 5: Tours can be arranged by demand. If you have a few people, we can usually find others for an ad-hoc tour so don't be shy.**Denver and Boulder tour times are the same.Talk to members of the Damon Runyon Repertory and you'll get no shortage of ghost tales. These spirits allegedly occupy the Runyon Theater, 611 N. 1 (reservations recommended)Damon Runyon Repertory(719) 564-0579611 N. per person- Reservations Required."Walking with the Dead" Tours meet outside the Ute Cemetery by the entrance monuments directly below the parking area for the Ute Trail on S. Trick-or-treaters can meet some of Breckenridge’s early residents at a Haunted History event at the Briggle House. Admission is free and there is suggested donation.Main St., sharing space with the actors and making their presence known on a regular basis."We've got, we believe, at least three ghosts - a man, a woman and a little girl," said CEO Sean Briggs. Main St Pueblo The history of those buried in the hilly, overgrown and almost forgotten Ute Cemetery is told during this hour long stroll. From - p.m., a cast of characters from Breckenridge’s early days will hand out candy and George Milne, the Briggle’s next door neighbor, who was tragically killed in a railroad accident; Ada Finding, who, in 1888, was pronounced dead and came back to life, albeit only for a day; and, Edwin Carter, a taxidermist and naturalist who collected and stuffed thousands of local wildlife specimens. For more information on Haunted History at the Briggle House or other upcoming events, call (970) 453-9767or visit VFW, lower room This is a Halloween Dinner Murder Mystery Fund Raiser for the Animas Museum.You will learn of the tale of Alferd Packer, Littleton’s cannibal and of the spirits who lurk in the old Carnegie Library (now the Melting Pot) and why they are still there.There are the Ladies of the night who still look out of 2nd story windows and the Littleton catacombs where strange sites are still to be seen.Briggs said he wouldn't identify himself as a believer, yet he has a goosebump-inducing story from a decade ago, when the troupe moved into the theater. He turned over the radio and set it down, and it went silent. Stories dating back to 1880 when this plot of land was chosen to receive Colonel Kirby's body, who died of "mountain fever" on his way into this newly discovered mining camp. Haunted History at the Briggle House is presented by the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. It will be .00 per person- People will work as a team to solve the dastardly deeds that occur during dinner. Murder 1937 'Murder for Dummies'Join the cast and crew of Murder 1937, "Murder for Dummies," as they careen through a tragic story-line of lost love, washed up vaudevillans, and finished flyers.
Hotel Boulderado2115 Thirteenth Street Boulder, Colorado 80302Start Time: PMEnd Time: PMDescription: Colorado authors Mario Acevedo, Lynda Hilburn and Jeanne C. Join us weekends, October 24th, 25th, 31st and Nov. Call to make a reservation and ask for the FONDUE FRIGHT NIGHT: 303-794-5666 Littleton dollars per couple. FONDUE FRIGHT NIGHTS 2008 -- The Ghost Hunter Experience!! Chocolate fondue and a soft drink will be served.pm - pm Come experience the beautiful and mysteriously Haunted Lumber Baron Inn! - so if you can, definitely try to go on this tour.
Fairies and phantoms can be seen in gardens and lurking around corners.
A great time will be had by young and old alike as you walk the streets and alleyways ever vigilant for the unexpected.
Join us for an evening of ghosts, nervous laughter and tongue-in-cheek tales.
Two of Littleton's favorite sons, Brian Vogt (CEO of Denver Botanic Gardens) and John Brackney (President of the South Metro Chamber) are the self-proclaimed "...protectors of all that is right and good in the world" are the tour guides on this frightfully fun adventure.