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Spirits of the Border The History and Mystery of Colorado

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Length: 366 pages5 hours

Summary

Ken Hudnall's "Spirits of the Border" series is an invaluable guide to ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts alike. This series allows readers to explore the supernatural side of the Southwest. This volume examines the paranormal underbelly of Colorado. From lost treasure to haunted railways and mysterious places to ghost stories, this is a fabulous guide to 76 cities in Colorado Find out what really haunts the hotel that inspired Stephen King to write "The Shining" and what ghostly apparitions appear in the real life "South Park". The digital edition is perfect way to take your passion for the paranormal with you as you explore the history and mystery of the Centennial State.

"Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of Colorado" includes paranormal tales from the following cities: Adams - Thornton, Alma, Aspen, Aurora-Fitzimons, Baily County, Bayfield, Bennett, Berthoud, Black Forest, Blackhawk, Boulder, Broomfield, Buckskin Joe, Canon City, Castle Rock, Central City, Colorado Springs, Commerce City, Craig, Cripple Creek, Delta, Denver, Durango, Edgwater, Empire, Englewood, Estes Park, Evergreen, Fairplay, Florence, Fort Carson, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Georgetown, Glenwood Springs, Golden, Grand Junction, Grand Lake, Greeley, Hamilton, Highlands Ranch, Jefferson County, Kiowa County, La Veta, Lakewood, Lamar , Lafayette, Leadville, Littleton, Longmont, Louisville, Manitou Springs, Mead, Mesa Verde, Montrose, Niwot, Ouray, Penrose, Pierce, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Redstone, Santa Cruz, Silver Cliff, Silverton, Steamboat Springs, St. Elmo, Sterling, Thornton, Trinidad, Vallecito Lake, Walsenburg, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, Woodland Park, and Yampa.

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