Haunted Cheyenne

Cheyenne's Five Most Haunted Places
Ever since the Union Railroad Railroad arrived in 1867, Cheyenne has been a haven for miners, gunslingers, gamblers, and rugged frontiersman looking to stake a claim.
According to some folks, many of those early settlers continue to haunt Cheyenne to this day...
Is Flippers Family Arcade in Cheyenne Haunted?
This summer, the Flippers Family Arcade moved into, arguably, the most haunted building in downtown Cheyenne.
Rumors of ghosts at 1617 Capitol Avenue date back to the venue's days as The Cheyenne Club.
Not to be confused with the original Cheyenne Club, which served as a private members-only social cl…
Is Cheyenne's "Wyoming Home" Store Haunted?
Just in time for Halloween, here's another one of Wyoming's most haunted places.
Before Sue Miller and her husband opened Wyoming Home in 1998, the historic building on 216 West Lincolnway in downtown Cheyenne housed the Federal Magistrate Office in the 1880's and later became Uni…
Haunted Wyoming: The Underground Tunnels of Cheyenne
As we prepare for Halloween, here's another one of Wyoming's most haunted places, the underground tunnels of Cheyenne.
When the railroad first came to Cheyenne in the late 1800's, a series of underground tunnels were built connecting the Depot to several buildings downtown...