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Old Glendale Stagecoach Station - Penrose CO Real Haunted Place

  • Turrell Trail
  • Penrose, CO
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This station was built in 1861 and its eerie ruins are rumored to be haunted by a gray lady, Kathleen Cooper. In 1877, Cooper was singing when gold prospector Julian LaSalle first met her, and the two fell in love. Julian had business to attend to, and he left the stagecoach while Cooper told him she would wait for him. They kept in touch throughout the winter and made plans for their wedding, but Julian never showed on the day of. He had been robbed and killed by highwaymen along the way. After finding this out, Cooper wouldnt eat or drink, dying from a self-imposed death. Her ghost has reportedly been seen at the station, a sad gray spirit in a wedding dress, still awaiting her love.
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  • Private property NO TRESPASSING

    This property has changed hands and is no longer open to the public. Trespassers will be prosecuted.

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