At the intersection of Alameda Avenue and Leisure Lane, local legend warns, is the favorite haunting spot of a terrifying ghost. So his story goes, he was a pastor possessed by evil who brutally murdered his wife and two children by decapitating them, then killed himself. His family’s heads were never found, but their bodies were discovered in the water tower nearby. The ghost is said to hang out at the intersection jumping onto car hoods and scaring passersby.
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- Leisure Lane and Alameda Ave
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- 31.55455165005706, -106.20477819495136
- El Paso County, Texas
- Nearest Towns:
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