Governor Freudenthal is popular among the residents of Wyoming. His witty candor and charm are appreciated by most everyone that he encounters. I've even heard of spirits that like to hang around him in the Capitol Building.
There's a lovely young lady who appears upstairs on the 3rd floor. She is dressed in period clothing, a charming blue dress with petticoats. While you can vividly see her, you can also see through her. She likes to walk around the balcony, especially when the Legislators meet. While I'm not certain who this spirit is I can tell you that a family did reside within the Capitol from 1895 through 1905. The Maintenance man who oversaw the boiler system, gardening and basic custodial work was provided living quarters in the basement for his family as part of his pay. There was a huge coal fired steam boiler in the Capitol that needed to be attended to regularly so it made sense for him to live on property. It's my thought that this may be his daughter. She had a taste of the elegant high life of Cheyenne's cattle boom era. I imagine her watching the parties and events with great curiosity, pretending she were a fine lady of the day. Now she's chosen to stick around, glimpsing at what future generations bring. She is dwelling in layer upon layer of history, enjoying the fabric of the building and the lifestyles and merely walking in a path she once strode.