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Legends, Ghosts, Scary Stories, Monsters, Myths and Folklore in Colorado
The chest of gold doubloons buried by Spanish conquistadors before they were massacred in a canyon of the Purgatoire River; ghosts of the Historic Brook Forest Inn in Evergreen, including a stable hand, a chambermaid and a little boy, as well as Native American spirits in the surrounding area; numerous hauntings at the famous Stanley Hotel, the inspiration behind Stanley Kubrick's film The Shining, in Estes Park; ghastly spectral riders, the shades of a deranged ravisher and the partially eaten corpse of his suicidal victim Zecana, both on a phantom horse to which they were bound by the victim's vengeful husband, the warrior Ta-in-ga-ro, who drove the rapist mad with hunger and fear; the Slide-rock Bolter, a monstrous land whale of the Rocky Mountains; and hauntings in the historic Imperial Hotel and Restaurant (once the Collins Hotel) in Cripple Creek, including the ghost referred to as "George", are among the true ghost stories, myths and legends of Colorado.
The singing and dancing ghost of the Fairplay Grand Historic Hotel, Fairplay; the ghost train of Marshall Pass that has terrorised passengers on at least one train, as it approached them with unstoppable speed; the ghost of a woman in 1920s fashion, thought by some to be the Countess Pourtales, seen in the Broadmoor Resort and Hotel, Colorado Springs; the ghosts of a woman and baby seen in the Hotel Boulderado in Boulder; paranormal phenomena at the historic Hotel St Cloud (St Cloud Hotel) in Caņon City, including the ghost of a little girl playing with a ball; and how the Manitou blocked Oak Creek Canyon, with a huge rock from the sky, so that a Ute chief could escape with the wife that he had rescued from Arapaho raiders, are other legendary tales of ghosts and haunted places in Colorado.
Nature Reserves, National Forests, State Parks, State Forests, National Parks and Refuges in Colorado
Roosevelt National Forest; White River National Forest; Rio Grande National Forest; Colorado State Forest; Gunnison National Forest; Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park; Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge with wildlife such as moose and elk; Baca National Wildlife Refuge; Arapaho National Forest; Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge; Mesa Verde National Park with its ancient Native American (Anasazi) dwellings; Chipeta State Park; Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge with moose, pronghorn antelopes and elk; Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve; Eldorado Canyon State Park; Rocky Mountain National Park with lakes, waterfalls and wildlife such as elk; Two Ponds National Wildlife Refuge; Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge near Denver, with wildlife such as bison; San Isabel National Forest; Golden Gate Canyon State Park; Pike National Forest with Pike's peak; and Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge, are among the national or state parks, forests and refuges of Colorado.
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