Colorado October 17, 2017
You Can Never Unsee The Horrors Of Colorado’s Most Haunted House Once You Step Inside
In honor of Halloween being a few short weeks away, we here at Only in Colorado are searching high and low for the spookiest, most haunted spots around the Centennial State that we recommend checking out this month. If you are in the market for a place that is legitimately haunted and not just a bunch of smoke and mirrors, look no further than this Denver home that is allegedly the most haunted in all of Colorado:
Nestled in the heart of Denver lies the historic Molly Brown Palace; a historic stone mansion that was built in 1887 and once served as the home of Denver socialites J.J. and Molly Brown.
(If the name Molly Brown rings a bell, it should, as the generous philanthropist is known around the world for surviving the sinking of the Titanic.)
Following Mrs. Brown's death in 1932, the once-loved home was sold and neglected, only to be purchased and restored by Historic Denver, Inc. in the early 1970s.
Today, the home is open to the public and features informative tours of the home, as well as original furnishings, Titanic memorabilia, and even an extensive gift shop (pictured)!
All of this being said, the Molly Brown House seems like a wholesome place... but is it? According to both visitors and guides, it is not, as the home will smell like J.J.’s pipe smoke at random times, have light bulbs mysteriously undone, and even have furniture rearranged by what appears to be a ghost in a Victorian dress.
In addition, guests have alleged to have witnessed the ghosts of who are thought to be Molly and J.J. wandering the halls of the home, so keep your eyes peeled during your visit.
The Molly Brown House is located at 1340 Pennsylvania St. in Denver and is open from Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 3:30 pm and on Sundays from 12 pm to 3:30 pm.
For more information, please visit the Molly Brown House's
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