Las Cruces Railroad Museum

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This old train depot now serves as a railroad museum, and is rumoured to be haunted by at least three spirits, including two ghostly men and a woman in an old-fashioned dress. Voices have also been heard when there is no one around.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

351 North Mesilla Street
Las Cruces, NM
United States

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32.3086999, -106.78700000000003
Doña Ana County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Las Cruces, NM (0.6 mi.)
University Park, NM (2.6 mi.)
Mesilla, NM (2.8 mi.)
San Ysidro, NM (3.2 mi.)
Fairacres, NM (3.5 mi.)
San Pablo, NM (4.2 mi.)
Dona Ana, NM (5.8 mi.)
San Miguel, NM (11.0 mi.)
Mesquite, NM (11.3 mi.)
La Mesa, NM (13.7 mi.)


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  1. I am an employee of this museum and a paranormal expert. The first male spirit in the museum was a railroad worker. He met the female spirit and they got along very well. The second male came from a place that the spirits did not get along so he went in search of a peaceful place, the male and female agreed to let him stay there at the museum. The railroad worker has been to the light and was able to give the other two the information. Lately we have only had a door slamming and the female whispering.

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