An ominous air hangs about Capitol Hill's historic Croke-Patterson Mansion. Rumors of spirits and strange events have cast a shadow across its elegant Gilded Age fa ade. The lonely halls are haunted with stories of a doctor's wife who committed suicide and the ghostly figure of a young woman who appears to visitors. Tenants of the building have also claimed to hear the cries of children, and dark specters in the basement prevent even the heartiest souls from staying for too long. Join authors Ann Alexander Leggett and Jordan Alexander Leggett as they try to unravel the mysteries that have plagued this Denver mansion for over a century.... Mary Rae got a call informing her that the Croke-Patterson Mansion was to be torn down to make way for a parking lot. The history major had already built a solid reputation as a preservationist of Denvera#39;s stately mansions, and she vowed ... cost to repair the deteriorating sandstone was estimated to be nearly $250, 000.
|Title||:||A Haunted History of Denver's Croke-Patterson Mansion|
|Author||:||Ann Alexander Leggett, Jordan Alexander Leggett|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2011-01|