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Golden Ghosts and Spirits

Photo by Jr Korpa on Unsplash.
Photo by Jr Korpa on Unsplash.

Did you know that Golden Colorado was originally founded in 1859? The oldest commercial building in the area is Goosetown Station. It is now a family-owned and operated bar and event center. One of the most exciting events that they host is a ghost tour that focuses on the sorted history of the city. The Golden Ghost Tour is a two-and-a-half hour stroll through Golden and only costs $40 to participate. Tour dates this May include the 13th, 17th, and 27th, so make sure you claim your spot while there is still some availability. Continue reading for more information on this unique Colorado tour.

Ghost Tours in Golden Colorado

Harkening back to 1859, Golden sprung up like many western towns because of rumors of gold. Some of the rumors where true and eventually what was called the Golden Valley was shortened to just Golden. A lot of miners lived and died in the area, sparking stories of ghosts. Legend has it that ghosts can still be heard picking away in the mines and walking the streets, searching for their final resting place. This unique history tour is a night of storytelling, ghost hunting, and exploring the secrets of Golden. So prepare for exercise, learning, and to get a little spooked.

Participants will meet at the Goosetown Station bar and will feature other pubs in Downtown Golden along the way. Though the drinks are included at the Goosetown Station, the spirits at other bars are not included in the tour price. However the venues we stop at are all affordably priced and there will be non-alcoholic beverages available too. Because of the history of Golden and the nature of the tour, it does come with a content warning. There will be stories of murder, suicide, and other gruesome acts. Also, if you can't make it this month, don't worry. Check on their website for more available dates in June.

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