A woman in a purple dress is said to haunt the women’s bathroom of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Depot in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Now home to the Utah State Historical Society, the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad Depot was built by George Gould for the Rio Grande Western Railroad and was a travel hub in the early 1900s.
A woman in a purple dress haunts the women’s bathroom of the Rio Grande Café. According to Haunted Houses, this woman was hit by a train after her fiancé threw her engagement ring onto the tracks during a fight.
The ghost of George Gould is also said to make the occasional appearance on the balcony and in the lobby.