Photos: Top ten "haunted" Denver sites to visit on Friday the 13th

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Number 4: Denver International Airport "Several problems were encountered while building the airport. This is reportedly due to the fact that the airport was built on top of sacred Native American ground. Some employees and visitors have reported hearing or seeing strange things." Number 3: Red Rocks Amphitheater "Apparitions of an old man was standing on the 'restricted' side of the railings. He looks to be an old miner. He was about 5'5", white beard, dirty brownish hat with a bottle in his hand. He appears for just a few seconds, then disappears." Continue to keep counting down the top ten "haunted" Denver sites to visit on Friday the 13th.
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