Coronado Building

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This building was originally the old courthouse, but has since been converted to an office facility. The hanging’s carried out here were done from the tree in front of the building. Screams, moans and maniacal laughter have been reported by night workers and passer-by’s, as well as terrifying apparition’s that follow people around the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

141 East Palace Ave
Santa Fe, NM
United States

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35.687577, -105.935767
Santa Fe County, New Mexico
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  1. i was walking one day by there it was the middle of the night went to check it out thur the windows i feel so dumb for doing that i saw men staring at me so scary

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