Chino Mines Creek

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The ghost of a woman whose children drowned in the creek is said to walk the banks crying for them.

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Bayard, NM
United States

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32.75775480715015, -108.13203656403198
Grant County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Bayard, NM (0.3 mi.)
Santa Clara, NM (1.8 mi.)
Cobre, NM (2.0 mi.)
North Hurley, NM (2.4 mi.)
Arenas Valley, NM (3.9 mi.)
Hurley, NM (4.0 mi.)
Hanover, NM (4.5 mi.)
Silver City, NM (8.7 mi.)
Pinos Altos, NM (9.0 mi.)
Tyrone, NM (10.4 mi.)


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  1. Hello! I actually lived right next to this creek. Tons of paranormal activity. Multiple sights of “la llorona” or “the woman in white.” There was actually this one time, when I was a young girl, that my family actually heard a women crying in the creek. They thought it might’ve been my mom so they grabbed their flashlights and all went searching. No one was there.

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