Sarah Crocker

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Denver, CO
University Of South Florida, University Of Denver
Ancient History, Religious Belief, History Of The Paranormal
  • Sarah has worked with history collections that include Mesopotamian cuneiform tablets, vintage religious objects, and prehistoric American Indian artifacts.
  • She's worked in at least three haunted places and a 110-year-old fire station that was probably also haunted.
  • She's designed, written, and installed exhibits about Liberian textiles, women in firefighting, and LGBTQ+ rights in Colorado, among many others.


Sarah began her professional career as a museum educator, including a stint as a researcher for a National Science Foundation-funded project at a science museum. She moved to Colorado to earn her graduate degree, where she completed her research at two Denver art museums. Colorado's landscape also taught her to love rock climbing, though she remains just an enthusiastic amateur. Following her love of uncovering the surprising sides of history, art, and culture, Sarah turned to writing. She's been a contributor at Dvmmoms since 2020.


Sarah has a B.A. in anthropology from the University of South Florida and an M.A. in anthropology and museum studies from the University of Denver.
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