imperial hotel cripple creek
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This historic hotel was constructed in 1896 as the Collins Hotel and was renamed in 1914 as the Imperial. It was operated from 1946 until 1994 by Dorothy and Wayne Mackin, who founded the Cripple Creek Melodrama that was operated in the basement for four decades prior to the introduction of gaming.
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Cripple Creek is also home to a few hauntings. The Imperial Hotel Casino used to be called the Collins Hotel, in existence since the 1890’s. In 1948, the hotel’s Gold Bar Theatre was host to an acting troupe named the Imperial Players.
Cripple Creek’s Imperial Hotel Cripple Creek, 1894 two years before fires. In 1890, Bob Womack discovered gold in poverty gulch * in southern Colorado. Almost overnight the town of Cripple Creek sprang up. Hotels, theatres and saloons catered to the miners needs—taking their hard-earned gold.