The library still has a “Ghost Log,” and invites anyone who has paranormal experiences in the library to add their story to the book.
Category: Wyoming Stories
Tragic Specters in the Morton Mansion
But when riding my bike around town with friends, there was one house that we’d always discuss as we passed it by- The Morton Mansion.
Mining Ghosts in Slaughterhouse Gulch
The legend says that the man was the victim of a botched dynamite blast to uncover more gold in the mountains.
Loyal Ghosts at the Fort Bridger State Historic Site
The dog’s spirit is often seen laying on the grave of his former owner, even decades after his passing. In life, the pup had been awarded a medal of valor for saving a young boy from certain death while traversing the difficult terrain outside of the fort.
The Ghostly Rider of Fort Laramie Historic Site
Every seven years, a ghostly figure can be seen riding on the plains near the old Fort Laramie, repeating the same ride over and over since it took her life in the 1850s.
Thespian Ghosts at the Atlas Theatre
Some performers can’t get enough of the limelight, even in the afterlife.
Ghostly Children at the Wort Hotel in Jackson Hole
Ghostly children still playing in the halls, a friendly and ghostly maintenance man and the beautiful scenery of the Tetons, what more could you want from a weekend getaway?
A Smoking Ghost at the Wyoming Territorial Prison
If you’re in the Territorial Prison and smell cigar smoke, it’s just Julius saying hello from beyond the grave.
The Ghostly Bells of St. Mark’s Church Tower
Is there a local Amityville Horror in the bell tower at Cheyenne’s St. Mark’s Episcopal Church? Only those brave enough to stand the bells ringing on their own will ever know.
A Haunting for Sale at the Ferris Mansion
Today, the mansion is for sale, with all of the history and ghosts packed into the gorgeous abode.