Francisco Fort Museum - Real Haunt in La Veta CO
This museum was built in 1862 and is an adobe plaza that is complete with a school, saloon, blacksmith shop and many relics from Native Americans, farmers, settlers, ranchers and miners. Some believe it has a ghostly floatiing lady in white in its west wing, a haunted piano that plays by itself, flickering lights, another spirit who carries a candle and a rocking chair that rocks by itself.
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