Alameda Avenue

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At the intersection of Alameda Avenue and Leisure Lane, local legend warns, is the favorite haunting spot of a terrifying ghost. So his story goes, he was a pastor possessed by evil who brutally murdered his wife and two children by decapitating them, then killed himself. His family’s heads were never found, but their bodies were discovered in the water tower nearby. The ghost is said to hang out at the intersection jumping onto car hoods and scaring passersby.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Leisure Lane and Alameda Ave
Fabens, TX
United States

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GPS:
31.55455165005706, -106.20477819495136
County:
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Morning Glory, TX (1.3 mi.)
Clint, TX (2.8 mi.)
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Horizon City, TX (9.5 mi.)
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  1. I was just checking out this list and I came across this story which brought a chilling feeling!!! The spot isn’t exact but the story is spot on!! About 7 years back I was driving back home from Fort Hancock and I believe I was by myself but someone might have been with me. Well anyways as I drove right about where Fabens begins off to the right of Alameda I suddenly see a horrifying man all dressed in white and his face was even white so him being a ghost makes sense but he looked scary like my heart dropped I wanted to call the police but I seen him Pop out at me grow the mesquite. I’ve only told that story to a couple people because it seriously scared me!!

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