Espanola Police Station

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Policemen at the Espanola Police Station watching the Sally Port on the security cameras were surprised to see the ghostly immage of a human figure walking through a locked, gated and secured area without triggering any alarms. The policemen say they have experienced other strange things at the station, such as the feeling of something breathing down their necks and unexplained sounds.

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1410 N Paseo De Onate
Española, NM 87532
United States

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36.0106283, -106.08927560000001
Rio Arriba County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Espanola, NM (1.4 mi.)
San Jose, NM (2.0 mi.)
Santa Cruz, NM (2.7 mi.)
Ohkay Owingeh, NM (3.0 mi.)
San Juan, NM (3.1 mi.)
Santa Clara Pueblo, NM (3.1 mi.)
Sombrillo, NM (3.5 mi.)
Hernandez, NM (4.0 mi.)
Cuartelez, NM (4.1 mi.)
Chamita, NM (4.1 mi.)


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  1. This land belonged to my great grandpa. The city took it as eminent domain. He was furious. It is probably him as my grandpa said he said they would pay for taking his land. Go grandpa. Give em hell!!!

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