When it comes to ghosts, I’m a skeptic, but I’m a skeptic with an overactive imagination. Therefore scary movies keep me up at night and staying in a haunted hotel can leave me with a racing heart and clammy palms. My most haunting ghost experience actually happened in college while I was living in a huge Victorian mansion in Bellingham, Washington. On three separate occasions, just on the verge of
A friend of the Mayor’s, Erica Leigh Corbett, went on a paranormal investigation this Halloween and she was nice enough to write about her experiences for HeidiTown. This was an official paranormal investigation with the team from Mountain Peak Paranormal Investigators & Research out of Central Colorado. Erica traveled to Cañon City to go ghost hunting at the Colorado Prison Museum, which was once a real prison. Was Erica’s experience
Looking for something to do this weekend in Colorado? It’s October and that means haunted houses and ghost tours, but there’s a lot of other stuff going on too. From Durango to Fort Collins, it’s another exciting weekend to be living in Colorado. For those of you who subscribe, you have to head over to HeidiTown.com to watch the video.
It’s October, and that means haunted houses. I’ve spent some time updated last year’s list of haunted attractions in Colorado. This isn’t a complete list because there are more of these haunts than I can count, but these are just a few that caught my eye. As I’ve mentioned in the past, I’m a big sissy when it comes to haunted houses, so some of the websites for these places
It’s October and that means Halloween is just around the corner. Now I’ll be honest, the Mayor of HeidiTown (that’s me) isn’t a huge fan of haunted attractions. In fact, I’m a big chicken. The movie “The Ring” kept me awake for weeks. However, I realize a lot of you enjoy having the piss scared out of you so I’ve decided to compile a list of Colorado’s haunted attractions. First,
Looking for something scary to do this weekend? Take a new look at Fort Collins, Colorado by taking a Terror Tour of Old Town. We took this tour last night and even though we are very familiar with Fort Collins, it was as if we were visiting a new town. This walking tour takes approximately 60 minutes and covers about a mile and a half of old town