Wyoming Cemetery Haunted By Ghost Of Heroic Dog
Along with several human spirits, Fort Bridger is allegedly home to the ghost of an old dog who patrols the cemetery late at night.
Small Town Wyoming Bar Is Haunted By A Drunk Ghost Called ‘Candyman’ [VIDEO]
In the 1940s, a candy salesman stopped in for a drink at the Shoshone Bar in Lovell, Wyo. He hasn't been seen since, but he has been heard.
HISTORY: The Story Of The Wyoming-Colorado Border War ‘Bronze Boot’
Wyoming fans know about 'The Bronze Boot' trophy, but do you know the sweet story behind it?
The Legendary Barney Ford: The Former Enslaved Man Who Became one of Cheyenne’s Wealthiest Businessmen
From humble roots, born into slavery in Virginia, he became one of the wealthiest men in the west and a prominent pioneer for civil rights.
The Worst Flood In Wyoming History – August 1, 1985
August 1, 1985, a tragic flash flood in Cheyenne claimed 12 lives and caused over $60 million in property damage.
Every Band That’s Ever Played At Cheyenne Frontier Days 1966-2021
The Daddy of 'Em All is back and we're looking back at over 50 years of concerts at CFD. This list features every main stage musical act since 1966
How Wyoming Became The 44th State (Spoiler Alert: It Was Total B.S.)
The state of Wyoming celebrates its birthday on July 10. Like many great events in American history, it would have never happened without a politician lying through his teeth.
Wyoming’s Prohibition Law Went Into Affect July 1, 1919
July 1, 1919, Wyoming became the last state in the region to ban alcohol. During prohibition, the towns of Kemmerer and Rock Springs became regional hubs for bootleggers and organized crime.