If you’re looking for a place to rent, this might not be the best option. The Peabody-Whitehead Mansion is said to be haunted, and not only that, but it has taken on and lost so many tenants in 138 years of existence. It’s been standing since 1883 and has served as the Governor’s residence for two years during James Peabody’s time as Governor. William Riddick Whitehead was also there who had fought in both the Crimean War and American Civil War, making this house even more interesting!
The mansion served for two years as the state’s governor’s residence during James Peabody’s time as Governor. It was also home for William Riddick Whitehead who had fought in both the Crimean War and American Civil War, making this house even more enjoyable!
A former tenant haunts the mansion at 11th Street & Grant Avenue, which may explain why so many people have come and gone being its resident over the last 138 years. Rumors have it that after the mansion was converted into a restaurant/nightclub in 1955, there were reports of spooky mishaps like breaking glasses and mysterious forces propelling forks and knives around the kitchen.
The mansion’s haunted history dating back to the 19th century may explain why it’s taken on and lost so many tenants in its almost 130-year existence. It was also home for William Riddick Whitehead, who had fought in the Crimean War and American Civil War, making this house even more enjoyable! However, we hope it’s safe to say that this place has seen enough with all of its previous residents.
The Peabody-Whitehead Mansion is known as one of Denver’s haunted mansions. The staff at MEGA 1031 and
Malbur Properties, LLC have noticed a few unusual events such as mysteriously falling books, numbers repeatedly
appearing by themselves on a calculator in a locked office, and staff have occasionally come upon inexplicably
disheveled papers. Previous tenants and professional ghost hunters have also reported numerous eerie sightings