Quadruple Murder in the North Side

Quadruple Murder in the North SideFor many, a house is a symbol for family support and protection, but looks can be deceiving, especially one such place in Northwest Denver. On the outside, this single-family home looks like the other late 19th century houses on the block, but for one moment in January 1954, it was the scene to one the... Read More »

Murders in Denver’s Red Light District

Murders in Denver’s Red Light DistrictBack in Denver’s early days, Market Street was the only road that could make Colfax blush. So wicked that was it renamed two times. Finally, the civic leaders settled on Market, reflecting the “fresh produce” sold by vendors. But Market Street, or as citizens of the time coined it, The Row, was where civilized society... Read More »

Theodore Coneys: Denver’s Spider-Man

Theodore Coneys: Denver’s Spider-ManFor a brief time in the 1940s, a two-story Folk Victorian home in Denver’s West Highland neighborhood spooked residents and vexed police. Neighbors jammed the operator lines for the police department on their rotary phones to report “ghost lights’’ coming from the home with the peaked roof and windows that resembles eyes. Two would-be housekeepers... Read More »