This is the 2nd installment in a video series I am calling the “Most Haunted Places in Northern Colorado”. I started with Walrus Ice Cream in Old Town and we did find what we believe was their friendly ghost named Charlie. Stop #2 was Fort Collins’ first fire station and jail.

The Old Firehouse was built in 1881 at 232 Walnut Street. The building served as a jail until the 1950s and continued as a fire station until 1979. City offices were located on the second floor from 1882 to 1958. Today it houses Old Firehouse Books and Happy Lucky’s Teahouse.

Legend says what lies beneath the Old Firehouse may be one of the most haunted spaces in Old Town. It's where the old Jail is located  and where legendary gambler, Jack Cassidy, supposedly died of fright in a lonely, dark, claustrophobic stone cell.

My buddy, Drew Bankston, from Star Painter Productions, spiritual sensitive Dakota and I took a camera in the basement in search of another ghost. This YouTube video shot and edited by Drew, shows we saw and what we heard: