St. Elmo, Colorado, is a ghost town located right in the middle of the state, just outside Gunnison National Forest and south of Mt. Harvard, but it hasn’t always been this way. Established almost 150 years ago in 1880, St. Elmo, Colorado, has a storied past that leads some to call it one of Colorado’s most haunted small towns.

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St. Elmo is just one of the countless ghost towns scattered through the Colorado mountains, but with countless sightings of Dirty Annie’s ghost patrolling the streets, among many other sightings, it just may be the most haunted. With a fascinating past, and lots of activities and sightseeing available, exploring St. Elmo is a great adventure to take when the weather is right, just be sure not to stay out past dark!

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