Haunted 307: Wyoming State Hospital in Evanston
Is there a ghostly reason that a sheet hangs to cover a window on an upper floor of the operational mental health facility?
Would Wyomingites Survive In A Zombie Apocalypse?
Hypothetically, if a Zombie Apocalypse were to take place tomorrow, would you be prepared?
Haunted 307: Gebo's Cemetery in The Ghost Town, Gebo
The most chilling legend is that if you visit the cemetery at night, you will hear distant cries of the children who are buried there.
Haunted 307: St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Cheyenne
Is there a haunting presence in the tower of a place of worship in Downtown Cheyenne, or is there something even more sinister located within the tall and intimidating building?
Haunted 307: Nelson Performing Arts Center in Powell
We'd heard noises coming from the empty and locked backstage, and both simultaneously experienced a sense of dread that told us we weren't welcome in the building any longer.
Haunted 307: Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel in Cody
It's said that if a woman staying in Buffalo Bill's old suite looks too much like his ex-wife, he will be less than accommodating unless you talk to him first and ask permission to stay.
Haunted 307: Sweetwater County Library in Green River
Between the stacks of the lone library in Green River, you might find more than just that particular book you were searching for.
Haunted 307: The Ghost Town of Kirwin
Today on Haunted 307, we look at the abandoned mining town that made Amelia Earhart want to put down roots to build a cabin.
Haunted 307: The Sheridan Inn in Sheridan
When Miss Kate died in 1968, advocacy groups stopped the impending demolition of the hotel and interred her ashes in the wall of her favorite third-floor room.
Haunted 307: The Historic Atlas Theatre in Cheyenne
Some performers can't get enough of the limelight, even in the afterlife.
Haunted 307: Sacajawea Cemetery in Fort Washakie
Whether she is actually buried there is up for debate, but make a visit to the cemetery in Fort Washakie and you just might see Sacajawea for yourself.
Haunted 307: Laramie Plains Civic Center in Laramie
When construction started on the first part of the school that would become the Civic Center in 1878, bodies had to be moved and given proper burials before ground could be broken.
Haunted 307: The Old Faithful Inn In Yellowstone National Park
Nearby the geyser it's named for, the Old Faithful Inn is a stunning work of architecture, but the 85 ft lobby may be hiding something sinister at the peak of it.
Haunted 307: The World Famous Wonder Bar in Casper
Today on Haunted 307, we look at a bar with a storied past, patrons who rode through on horseback and may never have settled their final tab in the afterlife.
Haunted 307: The Wyoming Frontier Prison in Rawlins
An angry, crazed presence is said to threaten anyone who dares to enter certain sections and the reflection of an apparition of a man wearing a brimmed hat has been seen in the room where men were executed.
Haunted 307: The Historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo
Today, we kick off the first in the series with the haunted tales of the Historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo, Wyoming, said to be perhaps the most haunted hotel in the state.
What Cryptids Are Hiding In The Wyoming Wilderness?
Wyoming is a wild and wonderful landscape, but being the state with the lowest population and still fairly large, there are parts of the state that could very well be hiding things.
Why Is The Fashion Industry Naming "Prairiecore" Next Big Trend?
In a new trend known as "Prairiecore," or simply "Western," the fashion world is taking notice of something Wyoming has known for years: Cowgirls know how to get things done.
That Time A Mountain In Wyoming Moved 70 Miles in Under An Hour
49 million years ago, what is known as a catastrophic detachment occurred in the Absaroka mountain range, causing what is now known as Heart Mountain to rapidly move just under 70 miles to it's current location.
You Won't Be Surprised By Wyoming's Favorite Halloween Candy
When picking the best candy though, do you go for the old standards like candy corn or bubble gum? Or do you walk on the wild side with some stranger candy ideas?