Children's Psychiatric Center - University of New Mexico

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Dirty footprints, water faucets turning on and off, doors locking and unlocking themselves and shadow figures have been witnessed by the workers at this hospital.

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Geographic Information

Address:
1001 Yale Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
United States

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GPS:
35.0927203, -106.62143079999998
County:
Bernalillo County, New Mexico
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Albuquerque, NM (1.8 mi.)
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  1. I did electrical work there and the area where staff sends disorderly kids is really bad. There is a very bad feeling there. The staff has said they catch strange things on serveilance,orbs and figures. When I was in there my tools would move and be in different places. Some of the staff won’t even go near there. I was a sceptic until I worked there!!!!

  2. I used to go for treatment here. I always felt like I wasn’t alone, and I sometimes saw something out of the corner of my eye, but then again there was a reason I was there. The strange thing is the feeling wasn’t a bad one. It felt the same way seeing the other patients made me feel. Like I was surrounded by people who shared the bonds of mental illness. It was both off-putting and comforting at the same time.

  3. No it’s not haunted. The kids there aren’t even crazy. I’ve been a patient there and it was actually a really helpful and good experience. No one should be afraid over there. The doors automatically lock when they’re closed.

  4. my dad is a manager at cpc and carrie tingley hospital and he has never mentioned any of this to me even though he knows my mother and i are obsessed with paranormal things. well at least i have something to talk to him about today wen he gets home” hey daddy, how was work? is it haunted cuz i read every place you go in this city seems to be haunted lol…

  5. I was treated there for threat of suicide but while laying in bed there at night I could hear screams and hysterical laughter along with door handles rattling and all the doors would randomly come open if you have any more questions email me at dakota4016@gmail.com

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