The eternal forever home of the spirit of Evelyn Byrd, who keeps a loving eye on the living.
Col. Robert Bolling was a loving husband, but had his share of heartaches…
The Executive Mansion, that was built in the Federalist style, is a painted brick residence with two stories plus an attic and a basement. Living quarters are on the second floor, while the first floor is open to public tours and special events.
The infamous “Capitol Disaster” was caused by a weakened structure. Sixty-two people were killed and another 251 injured here.
Murder or unjust execution can cause restless spirits…
The Washington family attended here, including George Washington, his sister Betty, and his mother, Mary.
Spirits love music here, and the patient spirit of a slave on the Underground Railroad is still waiting.
A Civil War family of spirits are stuck here; still suffering from unkind times.
Two spirits with different temperaments enjoy this restored tavern.
The spectral matron of the House is watchful and present; she has a famous family member who visits with a purpose.
A female spirit still loves her forever home; A male spirit still wants her company.
The original Denver Union Station building suffered the fate of a lot of buildings during the late 1800s, when a fire started in the ladies room