Hale Lake

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This is reported to be one of those places where simply driving there at night will cause all sorts of mechanical havoc with your car. While these reports probably came about through young men trying to con gullible girls – “no honey, I swear my car just died, it must be the ghost, let’s neck”- take precautions if you decide to drive out there at night.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Hale Lake
Ruidoso Downs, NM
United States

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GPS:
33.3245302, -105.55220629999997
County:
Lincoln County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Ruidoso Downs, NM (3.0 mi.)
Ruidoso, NM (7.0 mi.)
Capitan, NM (15.3 mi.)
Mescalero, NM (17.2 mi.)
Nogal, NM (18.5 mi.)
Bent, NM (21.0 mi.)
Cloudcroft, NM (27.7 mi.)
Carrizozo, NM (28.8 mi.)
Mayhill, NM (30.4 mi.)
High Rolls, NM (30.6 mi.)

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  1. Haunting of Hale lake ranch debunked. Did not have electrical problems when at the lake. Recommendation don’t waste time investigating nothing happened.

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