Old St. Vincent's Hospital - Drury Inn

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Babies crying and the sounds of someone running down the halls are claimed to be the major haunting that occurs at this Drury Inn.

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Address:
224 E Palace Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States

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GPS:
35.686824, -105.93475649999999
County:
Santa Fe County, New Mexico
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  1. My wife and I stayed here this last weekend and we heard noises of people running through the halls. It was about 10:30 in the evening so I went to check but saw no one. We didn’t think much about it until someone in the elevator mentioned it might be haunted because of the buildings history. My wife realized we heard noise but no voices. We heard the noises about 3 times that night, so who knows.

  2. My Husband and I stayed for a few days in December. At first, we felt lucky that we were given such a large room. Our room was significantly spacious and two king sized beds in the room looked small in comparison. But the room was freezing- we could see our breath! My husband would set the thermostat at 75 and a few minutes later we would see it go back down to 63 on its own. After trying this a few times, we decided to call maintenance who came to set it for us. Once they left, we fell asleep and awoke in the middle of the night shivering again. The thermostat was back down to the 60’s again. They gave us another room which worked out fine. It didn’t occur to us that the room might be haunted until after we left. Considering the Hotel’s history, I wouldn’t be surprised. Or, maybe the heater was just broken, who knows!

  3. About 2003 or 2004 I was here to transport an elderly patient home. When we were getting the patient ready to go we heard the sound of a baby crying quite loudly but no baby could be found. The nurses said don’t worry it happens commonly in that room and they try not to use it except when they are full and have no choice. Others have had the same experience. Very creepy but true.

  4. There’s a French breakfast place across the street from an abandoned building on the property of the Drury Hotel. We frequent this breakfast place a ton and have lived here for years, but for some reason or another, my husband and I never paid attention to the abandoned building…until a few days ago. It caught our attention when we walked back to our car. As I looked in the windows, I realized there were hand prints and finger lines, as if someone was trying to escape from the inside, carved in the dust. It definitely didn’t feel right. At all.

  5. My husband and I stayed at the Drury last weekend (Easter weekend). Without even knowing about it being haunted, we experienced several different things.

    #1 – Loud footsteps above us (we were on the fourth floor) like someone stomping across the floor back and forth. It would start around dusk and last a few minutes every evening.
    #2 – Walking by the old empty hospital building next to the Drury. My husband saw a man in the window of one of the rooms. We were standing there looking at it and my husband said come on – there is someone in the window. The building was empty.
    #3 – This was after we told by a bartender that it was haunted. We were sitting watching T.V. all of the sudden, the tv went to snow, static, then completely out. I said outloud, “Go away and turn the tv back on!” Within seconds, the tv came back on. Ya, I know how that sounds. LOL
    #4 – We were standing in front of the old hospital building again – We BOTH looked up and saw a woman looking out and reached over and turned a lamp off in the window. Again, the building was empty.
    One of the bartenders at the hotel said, they (the ghosts) only appear and bother those that believe. I am a believer. Interesting huh?

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