A Haunted History of Denver's Croke-Patterson Mansion

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An ominous air hangs about Capitol Hill's historic Croke-Patterson Mansion. Rumors of spirits and strange events have cast a shadow across its elegant Gilded Age facade. The lonely halls are haunted with stories of a doctor's wife who committed suicide and the ghostly figure of a young woman who appears to visitors. Tenants of the building have also claimed to hear the cries of children, and dark specters in the basement prevent even the heartiest souls from staying for too long. Join authors Ann Alexander Leggett and Jordan Alexander Leggett as they try to unravel the mysteries that have plagued this Denver mansion for over a century.
ISBN: 9781609493127
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Colorado
Series: Haunted America
Images: 35
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Ann Alexander Leggett is an author, public relations specialist, designer and artist with a love of history and ghosts. Ann attended the University of Colorado, graduated with a degree in journalism, and has lived in the Boulder area ever since. Born and raised in Boulder, Colorado, Jordan Alexander Leggett spends most of her time in Seattle at the University of Washington. She is pursuing a degree in English literature with a minor in Classics. Wendy Hall is Manager of the Carnegie Branch for Local History in Boulder, Colorado.
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