Jennie and Dianne take a trip to the past to explore Mt. Pisgah the ordinary extraordinary cemetery located just outside of Cripple Creek, Colorado. Cripple Creek is where Colorado's last great gold boom took place in 1891. Mt. Pisgah is the final resting place of hundreds of hard rock miners, cowboys, railway workers, mothers and children, ladies of ill repute, and many others who dreamed golden dreams. In this episode we hear tale of a man killed in a bar-room brawl, meet Cripple Creek's most beloved madams and learn about the Peiffers who were integral members of the Cripple Creek community.
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Sawatzki, Jim. "The Treasure of the Cripple Creek Mining District." youtube.com, uploaded by Steven Antonuccio, 28 July 2018, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6co1tQnWMU0
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