Being someone who is new to Grand Junction, when I ask about haunted places in town I get a handful of answers from people. One that has come up a few times in conversation is the St. Regis Building over at 4th and Colorado.

The St. Regis building went up in 1892 and was remodeled in 1904 when it opened as the Grand Hotel. In 1908 it was renamed the St. Regis Hotel and by 1936 this spot became one of the first places in Grand Junction to be called a cocktail lounge.

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Was a Ghost Spotted at the St. Regis Building in Grand Junction?

The Regis Hotel gets mentions as a haunted location in town and a video captured by KEKB FM years ago seems to add some proof that something strange is definitely going on in certain areas of that building.

Flip through the photo album below to see a dark shadow that seems to move about on its own near a doorway that appears in a surveillance camera and decide for yourself.

Was a Ghost Spotted at the St. Regis Building in Grand Junction?

The creepy still images from two surveillance videos clearly show a shadow lurking around the doorway of this room.

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