The rich and rugged history of Colorado is filled with both spectacular successes and dashed dreams. It is a land of Native Americans, pioneers, miners, ranchers and soldiers. Against this backdrop Dan Asfar explores the ghosts, poltergeists and other residual spiritual inhabitants of the Centennial State:
* The apparition of a bandit rides forevermore on a rugged trail in South Park, scouring the countryside for its missing head
* The reform of bad girl Belle Grant occurred after a miraculous visit from her long-dead mother, who begged her to change her ways
* Bashful Bruno occupies a Denver garage, flicking on the lights and generally making mischief while coyly refusing to divulge how his spirit got there in the first place
* Two brothers seek shelter form a storm in a haunted old ranch house in Coyote Gulch, where long ago a lonely traveler was murdered
* In Georgetown, the spirit of a young Austrian is angry after being lynched without a trial for the mysterious murder of his boss, a temperamental butcher
* Strange things occur in the Dunn Building in Victor, where once a badly injured miner was prepared for burial even before his death
* A tall, graceful woman with long red hair appears to railroad engineers along the tracks near Timpas in Otero County
* Spirits haunt the banks of Sand Creek, where hundreds of Cheyenne and Arapaho were massacred by troops led by a man driven by his lust for power
* The hideous Hairy Lady visits a child in a house in Denver until she gets angry when the child starts school--and then things get weirder...
For anyone interested in peering into the edge of mystery, Ghost Stories of Colorado is sure to prove a chilling and unforgettable treat.