This Bed and Breakfast is reported to have many phantoms, both adult and adolescent. Objects in rooms throughout the inn move from place to place before one's very eyes. Many have complained of hearing heavy footsteps during the middle of the night. Some of the ghost are even known to suck all the heat from a room. The ghosts have even been known to leave bruises on those whom they attack.
Beneath this bridge, the decapitated body of Adolph Coors' son was found. If one cross the bridge in a car, it will sputter inexplicably. The car does not completely lose control, however, and one can safely make it across the bridge.
Presently a restaurant, when the fur trade began, this building was one of the first trading posts in the area. It is said that the building is haunted by many of the traders. There have been reports of tables moving suddenly. Also, many have reported hearing voices and footsteps when no one is talking or moving.
Also connected to the series of cold tunnels, this building is plagued by the incessant sound of someone coughing. It is also frequented my the same ghost that haunts the capital.
The Colorado State Capitol Building is connected to several others by a series of tunnels. Originally, these tunnels were used to move coal from place to place for heating purposes. One female apparition who wears long turn of the century style dresses is known to haunt the area. She has been seen in all of the buildings and the tunnels themselves. Very inquisitive, the woman is said to have been seen reading over the shoulders of employees.
The unusual activity in this house has been reported by several employees. Hauntings include dark shadows moving about rooms when there is no light to produce them, and piano keys moving on their own, but making no sound. In this building, many people report the pungent smell of fresh cigar smoke; Mr. Brown was known to be an avid smoker of cigars.