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History:Lovell was named after Henry Lovell, a cattle rancher. It is a seemingly typical, small town of a little over 2,200 residents. About half of the population in Lovell attends the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with a smaller percentage of residents attending

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We visited this location in the middle of the night in April 2009.Thermopolis was founded in 1897. It’s name is of Greek derivation and is indicative of it’s hot springs. The name “Thermopolis” is thus related to the name of the Greek pass known as “Thermopylae” where Leo

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History:On December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was bombed. A little less than one year later on August 12, 1942, Japanese Americans were forced illegally to relocated from their homes on the West Coast to the Heart Mountain Relocation Center by the Federal Government. Tarpaper barrac

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History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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History:We visited this location in the middle of the night in April 2009.Thermopolis is the largest town in Hot Springs County with a population of just over 3,000 residents. It is also the county seat.Thermopolis was founded in 1897. It’s name is of Greek derivation and is indi

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History:Gillette is situated between the Black Hills in South Dakota and the Big Horn Mountains in its home state. It is home to approximately 20,000 residents.Gillette is well-known for it’s coal, which supplies almost 30 percent of the nations coal for the generation of electri

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History:Located in Lincoln County, Kemmerer is the location of the first JCPenney store. Also known as the “Fossil Fish Capital of the World” t is home to approximately 2600 living, unfossilized residents.As head of the Kemmerer Coal Company Patri

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History:The Francis E. Warren AFB was originally known as the Fort D. A. Russell in 1867. It was renamed the Francis E. Warren Air Force Base in 1949 after Wyoming’s first state governor. It became an Air Force Base in 1967. It is the oldest military installation to have been act

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We visited the St. Marks Episcopal Church on 7/29/09. It is one of several architecturally intriguing buildings in Cheyenne, Wyoming.History:In 1868, the Cheyenne Episcopalians held their services in a small church building. By 1886, the congregation had outgrown this small build

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History:We have not been able to find credible information for the Carbon County Slaughterhouse Gulch location.The Slaughterhouse Gulch located in Fremont County, however does appear to be the location of several gravesites.Both locations seem to be obscure and difficult to get t

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Emily’s house
May 42014

This house we have investigated many times. Got several EVP’s. and have had other things happen as well such as scratches, pictures of different things, and unexplained noises and shadowy figures walking outside. the house sits secluded in a group of trees on an old dairy farm. t

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History:On December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was bombed. A little less than one year later on August 12, 1942, Japanese Americans were forced illegally to relocated from their homes on the West Coast to the Heart Mountain Relocation Center by the Federal Government. Tarpaper barrac

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History:The city of Laramie is located in Albany County, Wyoming. Albany County was organized on December 16, 1868 from Laramie County in the Dakota Territory. On May 19, 1869, the territory’s government was formally organized.Laramie has a population of approximately 28,000 resi

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Silvercliff Motel
May 42014

History:The Silvercliff Motel is not listed as a functioning hotel in Lusk when we did our search for this location. The Shadowlands Haunted Places Index report noted that the Silvercliff Motel “is abandoned” and it seems likely that indeed it is. Information about the locati

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History:Lusk, Wyoming was established in 1886 and named for Frank S. Lusk (1857-1930), a local rancher and Wyoming stockholder. It was laid out by the Wyoming Central Railroad in June of that year.Today Lusk is a small community of about 1,500 residents but in 1918, the Buck Cree

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it is realy dark in creepy

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Acme Theater
May 32014

History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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History:Evanston was established in the 1870′s. It is the Uintah County seat. It was named after James A. Evans, the Union Pacific railroad surveyor. Today it houses approximately 12,000 residents.Evanston was an important refueling station along the Union Pacific Railroad becau

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History:The town of Cody was founded by Buffalo Bill Cody in 1896. Cedar Mountain, which is also known as “Spirit Mountain” is the smaller of two peaks that can be seen just outside of Cody, Wyoming in the Absaroka Ranger. These two peaks are divided by the Shoshone River whi

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History:Early in the history of the region we now know as Wyoming, people discovered coal and sought to mine it. Initially, the coal was mined only for use locally as transportation of the coal just wasn’t possible. In the early 1900′s, however, the Burlington railroad and the Ch

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History:Casper, Wyoming was established in 1888 and is presently home to approximately 50,000 people. Casper was named after Lieutenant Caspar Collins who came to the area to protect a wagon train that was carrying supplies for the Fort that was then known as Platte Bridge Statio

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We visited this location in the middle of the night in April 2009.Thermopolis was founded in 1897. It’s name is of Greek derivation and is indicative of it’s hot springs. The name “Thermopolis” is thus related to the name of the Greek pass known as “Thermopylae” where Leo

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History:Lovell was named after Henry Lovell, a cattle rancher. It is a seemingly typical, small town of a little over 2,200 residents. About half of the population in Lovell attends the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with a smaller percentage of residents attending

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Wonder Bar
May 22014

History:Casper, Wyoming was established in 1888 and is presently home to approximately 50,000 people. Casper was named after Lieutenant Caspar Collins who came to the area to protect a wagon train that was carrying supplies for the Fort that was then known as Platte Bridge Statio

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Public Cemetery
May 12014

History:Sheridan is home to approximately 16,000 residents. It is the county seat of Sheridan County.The Sheridan Municipal Cemetery was somewhat difficult to find, probably because we were from out of town. It seemed as though the earliest graves in the cemetery were from around

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History:Green River was initially a stage station on the Overland Trail. A number of major emigrant trails passed through the area now known as Green River. It has been home to dinosaurs in its early history and later to the Shoshone and Ute Indians. The transcontinental railroad

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Torrington, Wyoming
Torrington is the county seat of Goshen County, Wyoming. It is a small community of about 6,000 residents.
Ghosts and the Paranormal at the Torrington Middle School in Torrington, Wyoming:
Students report seeing the apparition of a Lady in White at the Torr

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History:Powell, Wyoming was initially home to the Crow, Blackfeet, and Shoshone Indians before the arrival of the white man in the early 1800′s. Camp Colter was set up near the present site of Powell in the early 1900′s to explore the possibility of using irrigation to grow crops

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History:Powell, Wyoming was initially home to the Crow, Blackfeet, and Shoshone Indians before the arrival of the white man in the early 1800′s. Camp Colter was set up near the present site of Powell in the early 1900′s to explore the possibility of using irrigation to grow crops

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Townsend Hotel
May 12014

History:The Townsend Hotel is a five story structure that was the location of several murders, one that occurred as recently as 1976. It was contracted by Charles H. Townsend (a pioneer, banker and businessman) to be constructed in 1923. It functioned as a center of cultural and

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The Old Hosptial
May 12014

History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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History:The city of Laramie is located in Albany County, Wyoming. Albany County was organized on December 16, 1868 from Laramie County in the Dakota Territory. On May 19, 1869, the territory’s government was formally organized.Laramie has a population of approximately 28,000 resi

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History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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Atlas Theater
May 12014

History:Cheyenne, Wyoming was established in 1867. The Atlas Theater building was constructed in 1887 originally as a sweets shop. It was converted in 1907 to a theater and operated as such until 1929. The theater was then briefly shut down and reopened as The Strand. The buildin

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Paul and Joy Morton named the community after themselves. They were the directors of the Morton Salt Company. Morton is a small community in the Wind River Indian Reservation.Paranormal Reports:Odd sounds that cannot be explained and have no human origin have been reported, inclu

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History:Fort Bridger was established by James Bridger in 1842 and 1843 who established a trading post and a blacksmith shop at this location. From 1850 to 1858, Fort Bridger was actually located in Utah territory. In 1868, this area was officially annexed by Wyoming.Fort Bridger

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Old Faith Hall
May 12014

The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Washakie C

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History:The city of Laramie is located in Albany County, Wyoming. Albany County was organized on December 16, 1868 from Laramie County in the Dakota Territory. On May 19, 1869, the territory’s government was formally organized.Laramie has a population of approximately 28,000 resi

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Cowboy Bar
April 302014

History:The name Meeteetse means “where chiefs meet” in Shoshone. Meeteetse was the location of one of the oldest settlements in the Big Horn Basin originating sometime in the 1870′s. Meeteetse was at the end of the Red Lodge Road, which originated in Red Lodge, Montana and f

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The Ol’ Broker
April 302014

History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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History:Interestingly, East 4th turns into the Riverview Cemetery Road, just beyond East 3rd North outside of town. The Riverview Cemetery Road leads to the Riverview Cemetery nearby. On the Shadowlands Haunted Places Index for this location, it was reported that the old city gra

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History:The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes. Chief Washakie, the last chief of the Shoshone tribe is buried at Chief Wa

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History:The Kendrick Mansion is a 14,000 square foot mansion that was built between 1908 and 1913. It was home to John B. Kendrick, a successful Wyoming politician. Architecturally, it contains American Gothic, Victorian, Edwardian, and Prairie styles on the inside. The exterior

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Plains Hotel
April 302014

We visited the Plains Hotel on 7/29/09.History:The Plains Hotel was opened on March 9, 1911. It was a stopover places for cattle barons, oil tycoons, and leisure travelers to Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons.Chief Little Shield, an Arapahoe is features in the Plains Hotel logo. I

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Shoshone Bar
April 302014

History:Lovell was named after Henry Lovell, a cattle rancher. It is a seemingly typical, small town of a little over 2,200 residents. About half of the population in Lovell attends the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, with a smaller percentage of residents attending

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Deming School
April 302014

History:Although one report regarding Deming School asserted that it looked like a “German Crematory”, it was not our sense that this was true. Deming School is nestled into a quiet residential area in Chcyenne. It was one of the less creepy looking schools we’ve seen in our trav

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Rawlins High School
April 302014

History:Rawlins, Wyoming is the county seat of Carbon County. The community was named and founded in 1882 by John A. Rawlins, a civil war general who camped there. It was incorporated in 1886. Rawlins is home to about 8,500 residents. Oil is the industry that fueled (no pun inten

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History:The Splitrock Cafe sells healthy foods. It is a coffee house and a bakery.The Wind River Indian Reservation was established in 1864 through the Bridger-Teton Treaty with the United States government. It is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Indian tribes.

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History:We have not been able to find credible information for the Carbon County Slaughterhouse Gulch location.The Slaughterhouse Gulch located in Fremont County, however does appear to be the location of several gravesites.Both locations seem to be obscure and difficult to get t

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Kwik Mart
April 302014

History:We visited this location in the middle of the night in April 2009. At the time when we came to the Kwik Mart on 6th St. there were several police cars parked outside with their lights flashing. Thus, we opted to stay away and just take a few photos from the outside.Thermo

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History:Medicine Bow is located along the Medicine Bow River and originally served as a watering station, supply depot, and trading post along the Union Pacific Railroad. Currently it is home to about 260 residents. The Virginian Eating House is a restaurant and hotel. It was fea

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History:We visited this location in the middle of the night in April 2009.Thermopolis was founded in 1897. It’s name is of Greek derivation and is indicative of it’s hot springs. The name “Thermopolis” is thus related to the name of the Greek pass known as “Thermopylae” w

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History:The city of Laramie is located in Albany County, Wyoming. Albany County was organized on December 16, 1868 from Laramie County in the Dakota Territory. On May 19, 1869, the territory’s government was formally organized.Laramie has a population of approximately 28,000 resi

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Wind River Mountains
April 292014

History:Crowheart Butte was the site of a battle between the Crow and the Shoshone Indians in 1866. According to a legend about this battle, Chief Washakie of the Shoshone and Chief Big Robber of the Crow decided to have a duel to decide which tribe would claim rights to the Wind

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Ferris Mansion
April 292014

History:George Ferris was a prominent businessman in Wyoming. He was a member of the House of Representatives in 1873. In 1875, he was a member of the Territorial Legislative Assembly and the Wyoming Constitutional Convention in Carbon County. George Ferris, at the pinnacle of hi

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City Hall
April 292014

History:Rock Springs is home to about 19,000 residents. It is the town where Butch Cassidy apparently got his nickname.In 1885, Rock Springs was home to one of the worst race riots in history known as the Rock Springs Massacre. The riot occurred on September 2, 1885 among coal mi

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