Fabens Old Port of Entry

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The Fabens Port of Entry border station at the Fabens-Caseta International Bridge between Texas and Mexico was built in 1938 and operated until the mid-1990s. It is scheduled to be replaced; the new Tornillo-Guadalupe Port of Entry station was begun in January of 2014. In the interim, operations are being conducted in temporary structures nearby. Witnesses say in this area there are three phantom horsemen who ride across the border, both ways, shooting revolvers. Once across the border, the apparition fades away.

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Farm-to-Market Rd 1109
Fabens, TX
United States

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31.431527307366373, -106.14185995218429
El Paso County, Texas
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