Eric Peterson is a Colorado native who has called Denver home for more than 25 years. He’s written dozens of travel guides covering Colorado and the West and has written for numerous local and national publications on topics ranging from business and technology to music and the arts. He lives in the Overland neighborhood with his wife, Jamie, and their faithful hounds, Duncan and Aoife.
Secret Denver: Four Chilling Tales From a New Book – Westword
Denver authors David Lewis and Eric Peterson just wrote the book on wild and weird places around the Mile High City. Some are ideal spots to explore during the Halloween season, including Cheesman and Congress parks, which were both built
From hidden bars to radioactive streets, “Secret Denver” dives into city’s bizarre, obscure history – The Know
With travel drastically curtailed and tourism down, the last few months have turned many Denver-area residents into amateur city-sleuthers.
Miles of secrets in the Mile High City – Golden Transcript
Most people are familiar with Rocky Flats in northwest Jefferson County, and the role it played in creating nuclear weapons parts. But if one lives on the east side of Denver, it’s entirely possible there might be a former federal
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