Abandoned Insane Asylum

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Black mists are said to rise from the site and horrible feelings of oppression were claimed to be felt at this abandoned asylum. The asylum was on private property, and the owners got so sick of trespassers that they finally tore it down. Although this site is gone, there is no doubt that the spirits linger on…

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    Geographic Information

    Corner of Edith and Osuna
    Albuquerque, NM
    35.1515064, -106.62330780000002
    Bernalillo County, New Mexico
    Nearest Towns:
    Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, NM (1.3 mi.)
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    South Valley, NM (10.3 mi.)


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    1. The power of actually reading an article instead of seeing location and running there. Details count people! It separates the intellegent from the ignorant. The fact that people took information from this site then ran out to see it then CAME BACK and still didn’t read the whole thing is amusement to those of us who read things in their entirety.

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