Peabody-Whitehead Mansion - Real Haunts in Denver CO
This mansion was built in 1889 and is rumored to be a home to around 12 spirits. Witnesses have reported books that fall of shelves, objects that move on their own, a ghostly baby's cry, breaking glassware, the ringing of disconnected service bells and phones, a flickering chandelier that wasn't even hooked up to electricity, and a ghost who poured a bottle of beer down a cook's shirt after the cook badmouthed homosexuals. Paranormalists report the ghost of a young woman named Ella or Eloise haunts the second floor, and the basement might be haunted by the ghost of a waitress who hanged herself there. An older man has also been said to haunt the first floor women's bathroom smoking a strong cherry-scented pipe.
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