Oxford Hotel - Denver CO Haunted Place
- 1600 17th St.
- Denver, CO
- (303) 628-5400
This hotel was built in 1891 and is now Art Deco style after being renovated to a 1930's remodel. The old hotel is rumored to have a few ghosts, according to reports. One spirit of a man in a postal worker uniform from many years ago sat down at the bar and ordered a beer. He was seen drinking it, but when he left, the bartender found it still full. He is believed to be the spirit of a postal worker who disappeared and was found dead with all his packages in the spring. Another spirit appears in Room 320, a young woman who was killed by her husband when he caught her in the room with another man.
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Stayed there for 4 days - Never Slept
I was booked at the Oxford this week for a work conference. Arrived Tuesday evening, checked in and was given my room key. Proceeded to unpack my toiletries, shower then head to bed. A couple minutes after getting in bed I heard a noise in my bathroom. I got up and my hairbrush was on the floor. I then moved it to the back of the counter, went to bed and it was back on the floor a few hours later.
Every time I walked into my room, I got a bad feeling, goosebumps and full body chills to the point that I kept all the lamps and my tv's on 24/7. Each night after going to bed I kept waking up every 30 - 45 minutes to some sort of noise and just a very uneasy feeling all night long. I flew back home this morning and while picking up my baggage my husband sent me an article about the murder suicide in room 320 and that its haunted by a woman ghost (who prefers men guests, but I still felt her presence even though I never knew about it being haunted).
My room was 320. I am still getting full body chills at home in Florida all while I write this.Posted 6/25/23
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