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Halloween is a little more than a month away, which means it is time to get your creep on, Colorado! If you are like me, the furthest you will go in terms of scares is *maybe* watching the first 10 minutes of “A Nightmare on Elm Street” (once Freddy Krueger comes on screen, I’m out), but if you require something a bit more hands on, you will want to make reservations for this overnight Colorado ghost hunt:

Located inside one of the most iconic of haunted places in America, the Night Spirit Tour at the historic Stanley Hotel promises an experience unlike any other. “This evening tour takes you to a few darkened spaces and introduces you to the ‘active’ phenomena and spirit folklore surrounding our 100+ year old hotel,” begins the Tour’s description, going on to say that the “experience will educate you on how to interact with the type of activity many people claim to encounter, but does not intend to prank or scare.” Lasting 90 minutes, the tour takes its guests around different floors of the hotel while explaining the hotel’s history and the alleged spirits who refuse to check out. While the hotel does not guarantee that you will see any of the spirits during your tour, they do encourage you to keep your eyes peeled throughout your stay, as you never know who or what you will see.

The Stanley Hotel is located at 333 E Wonderview Ave in Estes Park and offers tours for ages 10 and up at a starting price of $25 per person. For more information on the Stanley Hotel and their Night Spirit Tour, please visit their website.

For even more eeriness from the iconic Stanley Hotel, check out What A Tourist Captured On Film In A Colorado Hotel Will Give You Nightmares.

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