The Spirits of the Callahan House in Longmont Colorado | Haunted Travel

The Callahan House, in Longmont Colorado, was built in 1892 and purchased by Thomas and Alice Callahan in 1896. This beautiful historical Colorado Haunted mansion is said to be haunted by the ghosts of the Callahan family. It is alleged that the spirits are still seen and felt throughout the mansion, which is now owned by the City of Longmont and rented out for weddings and events. Colorado Martini participated in a group paranormal investigation event hosted by Kindred Spirits Society and Colorado Ghost Hunters. We were accompanied by YouTubers 303 Paranormal TV and DJ Acid Burn Paranormal. You would not believe what we discovered. Come along with us as we tell you the history of the mansion. And how the Callahans had a part in starting JC Penny and contributing to the history of Longmont, Colorado.

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