Built in 1891, the mansion at 430 East Eleventh Avenue in Denver was originally the home of Senator Thomas Macdonald Patterson. It later became known as the Croke-Patterson mansion, and today operates as a hotel. It is regarded as one of Denver's most haunted buildings.
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Image courtesy of Denver Public Library, Western History/Genealogy Department.