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The 3 Most Haunted Places in Park County

Written by on September 23, 2022

Fall is officially here, which means Halloween is quickly approaching. Although we are still over a month away from dressing up in our costume of choice, it’s never too early to get in the “spooky” spirit.

Wyoming is full of ghost sightings and you have a good chance of encountering one if you visit these places:

1. Cedar Mountain

Cedar Mountain is located on the west side of Cody and offers excellent views of the town and of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. Many people believe that they have encountered spirits in the dark caves and tunnels that run alongside the outside of the mountain. Whether you are exploring Cedar Mountain in your vehicle, on horseback, or by foot, keep an eye out for signs of the dead as it is a common occurrence for outdoor enthusiasts.

2. The Irma Hotel

The Irma Hotel is a structure that dates back to the days of Buffalo Bill. Still in operation today, the hotel is located in Cody and is a popular destination for both locals and tourists.  Guests who have stayed in the hotel have reported hearing things such as slow-moving footsteps and glass shattering. Some guests have even stated that they saw a ghost inside their room that is missing the lower half of its body. If you are looking for a scary adventure and haven’t been to the Irma, it is a place you need to add to your list immediately!

3. Heart Mountain Relocation Center

Located in Powell, the Heart Mountain relocation Relocation Center offers visitors the chance to travel back to the WWII period as it served as a Japanese-American concentration camp. The camp was built in the early 1940s and was the place many Japanese-Americans were relocated to from their homes along the West Coast. During the 4 year span that the center was operational, 15 people died. Today, many visitors state they hear footsteps and strange noises in halls.

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