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The History & Mystery of the Famous
"Lady in Black" -
A Never-Ending Love Story

NOTICE:  Event postponed due to weather.  Please check in again as we will reschedule.

Ever hear about the famous "Lady in Black"?   


As the story goes, twice a year a mysterious woman in a black victorian-style dress visits the grave of John E. Cameron.


Nobody knows exactly who the woman or John Cameron is,  just that they had apparently lived in the Central City Area.

In front of Cameron's tombstone lies a flowerpot. The woman in the black dress visits the gravesite and leaves flowers in memory of Cameron.  Read More here: Haunted Colorado: Central City Masonic Cemetery

First we will meet at The Century Casino in Central City to discuss how to be a "Psychic Detective", then we will visit Nevadaville where it is rumored the Mystery Lady may have lived.  We will also walk the very trail that she travels to visit John Cameron's grave.  Through remote viewing and other methods, we will attempt to  "connect" with this famous lady, as well as visit the Masonic Cemetery at the very place where she appears before many on her yearly pilgrimage.

Will you see her?  Can we solve the mystery of this beautiful Lady in Black?  Let's find out!

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