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Silver and Ghosts: Haunted Cobalt and Region

Moody head frames rusting with age. Boom-town buildings reflecting a faded glory. Mining shafts plunging into the rock. The numerous relics of Cobalt’s past hide dark mysteries and eerie haunts. Meet the ghosts of miners who continue their back-breaking toil in the Colonial, even in death. Visit the Bunker Museum in the historic and imposing Fraser Hotel, where the soul of a troubled man seems to linger. Tragic spirits of the Right of Way Mine remain trapped in the shafts below the foreboding Right of Way head frame, occasionally making their presence felt in terrifying fashion.

Join the ghost of a murdered man in a vain attempt to seek justice. And venture into the densely forested hills around town in search of an elusive monster. Join author and historian Andrew Hind on a journey to Cobalt’s haunted side, where the ethereal residents are unrestrained by mortal bonds. Read on—if you dare—about the creepy side of Cobalt and its environs. If the stories within don’t frighten you, you may want to check your pulse….you may already be dead!