6 Disturbing Cemeteries In Colorado That Will Give You Goosebumps

Here are 6 of the most disturbing cemeteries in Colorado.

Woodpecker Hill (Canon City)

Woodpecker Hill is home to many death row inmates, so it’s no surprise that there have been several reports of shadowy figures, orbs, and the sounds of laughing children (other residents of the cemetery.)

Cheesman Park (Denver)

What is now a popular park was once a corrupt cemetery where the bodies of the deceased were mistreated. Today, the entire Cheesman Park neighborhood is said to be haunted by the spirits of those laid to rest at the former City Cemetery.

Bingham Hill Cemetery

3.) Bingham Hill Cemetery (Laporte)
Legend has it that when you drive by the old cemetery at night, ghosts will chase you, sounds of crying babies fill your car, and you may even feel a cold hand touch your arm…Remind me to NEVER visit Bingham at night.

Evergreen Cemetery

4.) Evergreen Cemetery (Leadville)

Eerie Evergreen Cemetery is home to the graves of Native American activist Helen Hunt (pictured,) the spirits of some of the old area silver miners, a mischievous blue orb, and a woman in white who appears to the living when flying over graves.

Littleton Cemetery

5.) Littleton Cemetery (Littleton)

The fact that notorious cannibal Alfred Packer is buried here is haunting enough..

Silver Cliff Cemetery

6.) Silver Cliff Cemetery (Silver Cliff)

Silver Cliff is most famous for reported dancing blue lights that are said to float through the cemetery and bounce on the headstones — the legend of the lights has even earned itself a feature in National Geographic magazine.

134 comments
Eric Schultz
Eric Schultz

Also relevant to another conversation... Natalie

Natalie Kurjan
Natalie Kurjan

AHHH YES RELEVANT. I have a mighty need to go ghost hunting

Lisa Saunders
Lisa Saunders

Brittany, you would have loved these places when you were little.

Joshua Arellano
Joshua Arellano

My mother and uncle are buried in littleton cemetery. Has great views with the train and mountains..

Trey McLaughlin
Trey McLaughlin

Aspen Binder there's one out by the Pueblo Reservoir that I'll take you to sometime!

Bri Lownsdale
Bri Lownsdale

Tin cup cemetery is by far the best I have been to!

Taryn Neff
Taryn Neff

Central City Cemetery seems to have some activity as well. Kelsey Neff remember the orbs and my phone dying as soon as I took a picture of a specific family plot grave (only for it to turn back on with 15-20% battery left when we got back to the car)?

Joey Langston
Joey Langston

Does that include Cheesman park.They left a few Behind ha ha ha.

Korbyn Ukasick
Korbyn Ukasick

What about Elizabeth? Kaylyn Radtke says it's crept

Nate Lucero
Nate Lucero

LeAnn Trujillo lets go to these places lol

Jeff Dauby
Jeff Dauby

If I'm alone what do I have to worry about?

Sean Spalding
Sean Spalding

Yeah. There's always some creepy guy watching your every move whenever you walk into a cemetery. It is known.

Chris Marshall
Chris Marshall

the Valley Brooke Cemetery in Breckenridge, Colorado is eerie too weird lights , right out front is a grave that glows all the time a florescent green.

Deb Jeeper
Deb Jeeper

Sounds fun but not sure if I could handle it....lol

Danielle Gallegos
Danielle Gallegos

Yes! Google it, the guy who moved them chopped them up so they'd fit in children's coffins.

Tricia Norman
Tricia Norman

that must be it. how friggin creepy! they moved the bodies?! wow, cool.

Danielle Gallegos
Danielle Gallegos

Off of Brighton blvd? Is the oldest in denver, where they moved the bodies to when they made Cheeseman park. It's called Riverside, and is pretty cool,especially the crypts.

Tricia Norman
Tricia Norman

there's one somewhere in Denver near the refineries and it's super creepy looking. it looks like it would be a civil war type with huge statues.

Katie Patterson
Katie Patterson

Parker farmer cemetery has the old man who likes talking close in your ear... Its actually more like yelling

Ethan Goss
Ethan Goss

I have family buried in 2 of these ahahahah

Tori Sue Petersen
Tori Sue Petersen

Brenda Ament Gaide Michelle weeks WUUUUUTTTTTT I knew I recognized that backdrop!

Brittany Meyer
Brittany Meyer

Lyssa Mosco we need to pick one of these many places or a few and just have a girl date

Peggy Westmoreland
Peggy Westmoreland

I've spent the night in the Silver Cliff cemetery. I didn't see any dancing orbs, but there was a blue light emanating from around the base of an old headstone. A lot of methane gas build up from mining.

Vonnie Blasingame
Vonnie Blasingame

Doesnt include the knocking tomb at Rocky Ford! Ooooooooooo, lol

Lupita Mora
Lupita Mora

Alyssa Cardenas check out that Bingham one lol

Judy Brown
Judy Brown

You know I like these! ....remember? Hey mom this isn't fun anymore!!!!

Chris Reed
Chris Reed

They even sell a book in the office that tells you about all of Denver's pioneers who are buried there. Pretty interesting read actually.

Chris Reed
Chris Reed

It's north of the crematorium. It's a replacement stone for sure. It's in way to good of shape to be from 1888. Sylvia Rodriquez-Galas