Haunted Cheyenne

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In 1867, at the spot where the Union Pacific Railroad crossed Crow Creek, the city of Cheyenne was born. Since then, the Magic City of the Plains has had a long history of hauntings. Drop into the Shadows Pub and Grill, and you may find yourself sharing a drink with a spectral patron from another era. Spend a night at the Historic Plains Hotel, and you may run into one of the many ghostly guests who refuse to check out. Even the Wrangler store seems to be home to a phantom cowboy. From the ghosts of the historic Depot and Rail Yard to the spirits that still linger in some of the city's private homes, this frontier town is filled with spooky happenings and chilling sightings. Join writer and guide Jill Pope on a tour of the stories behind this city's most chilling spots.
ISBN: 9781626191587
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Wyoming
Series: Haunted America
Images: 68
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Jill Pope has worked for the Visit Cheyenne Convention & Visitor's Bureau and Cheyenne Street Railway Trolleys for over ten years. During that time, she has written the trolley historic tours and the annual ghost tour scripts, working with various paranormal groups and presenting on the subject at local venues.
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