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St. Cloud Hotel

St. Cloud Hotel



631 Main St.
Canon City, CO 81212
719-276-2000
www.stcloudhotel.com

Location:

Located at 7th and Main Street in Canon City.

The History:

The Santa Fe Railroad and the Colorado State Penitentiary are two important industries that had a major impact on the development of Canon City (Moulton, 2006). Mining and oil were other resources that drew people into the community, increasing the population in the 1800′s (Sangres.com, 2008).

The St. Cloud Hotel has a memory book available for visitors to the coffee shop, thrift store, and hotel to record memories and ghost stories, indicating that the owners embrace the paranormal.

The Haunting:

Apparitions have been reported. Reports of a spirit child who plays with a ball in the halls. Poltergeist activity and strange electrical disturbances have also been reported.

Resources:

Moulton, C. (2006). Roadside History of Colorado. Missoula, MT:Mountain Press Publishing Company:

Sangres.com (2008). Canon City, Colorado. Retrieved November 4, 2008 from http://www.sangres.com/colorado/fremont/canoncity.htm

Shadowlord (n.d.) Shadowlands Haunted Places Index. Retrieved November 5, 2008 from http://theshadowlands.net/places/colorado.htm

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631 Main St. Canon City CO Colorado United States




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