Saturday night, lookagain, (Marsha), and I went on a ghost hunt. We went to Everygreen Cemetery, which is one of the oldest cemeteries in Colorado Springs. It was organized by Stephanie Waters, a real life ghost hunter, who has published several books on the subject.The highlight of the tour was the chapel and a tour of the basement morgue which is rarely open. Actors from the college told “true” ghost stories, such as the legend of Mrs. Bacon who roams the cemetery, searching for her skull, which was stolen from her crypt decades ago.Real ghosts????? You decide……………. All photos are untouched except to lighten.Stephanie???? The beautiful chapel with the morgue in the basement. An actor describing unexplained events that happened at Evergreen. They used the pulleys to hoist the coffin upstairs to the chapel from the morgue. Overexposure?? or was someone angry we were invading their privacy in the basement morgue? A shot of one of the crypts in the morgue…Look closely. Do you see a red orb? The “bloat balls” were placed on the corpses to prevent them from bloating. Does she seem to have a ghostly presence around her as she tells the story of Mrs. Bacon?? Notice the unexplained orb? Another protrayal of a Colorado legend. Look closely…there is no flame around him…now look at the picture below… Unexplainable???? This is the most beautiful tombstone. It is Winfield Scott's headstone, one of the founding fathers of Colorado Springs. He has a quite a story to tell, as he earned his fortune in gold at Cripple Creek. Back at the beginning. Paranormal activity or photographer error….you be the judge.