“Fenced” house with blinds, no privacy
A new house built for a woman in Colorado has been found to be haunted, but not in a good way.
The property sits on a hill in a small town about 25 miles northwest of Denver.
The new house has blinds and no privacy.
A neighbor said he noticed a large number of “ghostly lights” in the backyard.
The neighbor told CBS Denver that the property has been vacant for about six years.
The Denver Post reports that neighbors say the house was built to be used as a home for Jenny Slate, who died in 2017.
Slate’s father says she was a beautiful woman who loved horses.
She died of natural causes.
Slate and her husband bought the house in the early 1970s.
Slate was a member of the Rocky Mountain West Association.
Slate had died of cancer at the age of 38.
She and her family moved to Colorado and settled in the nearby town of Mountain View.
She had been living there until her death.
She was buried at the Mountain View Cemetery in 2018.
Slate lived in the house with her husband, who was in the Army during the Vietnam War.
The couple moved into the house after Slate’s death.
The Slate family did not live in the home for long, and in 2018, Slate’s body was exhumed and sent to Denver to be interred.
It was then moved to the Colorado State University campus.
Slate told the Colorado Springs Gazette that her family thought she was dead for decades.
“They had no idea she was alive, that she was still alive,” Slate said.
“It just felt like she was gone forever.”
Slate told CBS that she had lived in a blind house in Colorado for decades before the house on the hill in Mountain View was discovered.
“I was never allowed to go outside.
I was always a little scared to go out,” Slate told KUSA.
She said the house had a history of being haunted, including when Slate had to have a tooth pulled because it was crawling with worms.
The family said that the house has a lot of maintenance issues and has not been in good shape for a while.
“The house is a total loss,” Slate’s mother, Kathy Slate, told the Denver Post.
Slate said she was surprised to find the house to be empty.
“If I was looking for the house, I wouldn’t have found it.
It’s just a total waste,” Slate, 49, told Kusa.
Slate is the widow of a Colorado native who served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam.
Slate has been active in politics and in the community, including serving on the Denver City Council in the city of Boulder.
She served on the city’s Community Board 4, which advises city government.
The house sits on property owned by the Colorado Rockies.
Slate lives in a large home on the property.
The home is built on a bluff overlooking a scenic canyon.
Slate says she does not believe that the ghostly lights are coming from inside the house.
“We have no reason to believe that it’s anything paranormal, but I can’t really get any deeper into the basement,” Slate explained.