Joined: Feb. 2013
|Posted: Mar. 06 2013,11:27 am
Aha!! I found the forum labeled "Sites".
Sites Page From Westgate
After looking through it a bit I see what you mean. There are a ton of sites on there virtual and physical. I'm going to go through them and see what I can find. I will leave the site page link to make it easier. I wanted to share an interesting place that I visit often. It is nowhere in the awesome charts like The Capuchin Catacombs but it is an interesting place to visit to feel the energies there.
The History of Cheesman Park- Denver
This park was once a cemetery and if you follow the link above it will give you the history rundown. I wouldn't say the place is scary but it has a lot of interesting death related energies there due to it's history. It's location is now part of the grounds where the Botanical Gardens are in Denver.
More History of Cheesman Park
The above link has more info as well. I was walking through the Botanical Gardens grounds outside when I had an encounter with a little boy that seemed to be playing peekaboo with me behind pillars in the garden walk. I had asked him where his parents were but the child disappeared before my eyes. One person in the group I was with had mentioned seeing a little boy playing but the childs clothes did not match this century's style at all. Knowing the history of the area since it was once a desecrated (in my opinion and others I have spoken with as well, agree) cemetery for mostly the poor, but it had plots for the wealthy and middle class, which is now packed with capitol hill mansions, being in the middle of downtown Denver, not to mention they built the Botanical Gardens over it as well, gives it a dark feeling. I feel a lot of unrest in this area. Not only the grounds itself but the streets surrounding it have the same feeling. It is a place with a dark history indeed but nonetheless it draws a lot of people each year to enjoy the beauty of the Gardens and ambiance of the Capitol Hill mansions. If you get a chance to visit sit in the rose garden outdoors to the western most part of the grounds (the former paupers cemetery area) and sensitive or not you will leave with a special memory of what was once Mount Prospect Cemetery and it's restless inhabitants.