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At the photo lab at El Paso Community College, strange things may be afoot. Students have seen the revolving door open by itself and felt the touch of an unseen hand while inside. Also, some say there is an overwhelming feeling of a presence watching you, and sometimes a feeling that something is breathing on the back of your neck. The spirit may be a remnant from Prices Dairy, on top of which the school was built.

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9050 Viscount Blvd
El Paso, TX 79925
United States

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31.7515481, -106.36931679999998
El Paso County, Texas
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  1. Isabel Hodges  |  

    So I’m a high school student and a Psychic and today we went for a tour today. We were sat in one of the biology labs and suddenly I felt a sort of presents. I was so jarring that its been a few hours and I’m still shaking, there were noises like crying and hyperventilating, but they were soft like someone who didn’t want to be noticed or bother anyone. One of the even stranger things about this is that my friend Victoria, who was sitting across for me, felt it too. She however isn’t like me and has no gifts, she told me she had seen a grey shadowy figure watching us. It was so bad for her she had to borrow my Labradorite and Obsidian to calm herself. Nither of us plan on ever going back to that school any time soon. If you have ever experienced anything like this please contact me

  2. I have felt a strong presence in the computer lab that is located in the B building (closest to North Loop) at 6:00am. It feels like someone is barring their eyes into your skull but when you turn around, no one is there. The feeling materializes throughout the slow times of day aka low traffic times but its at its highest at 6:00am in my experience.

  3. My name is Richard Taylor and I hold a BA in Anthropology with a minor in History from the University of Texas at El Paso. As a result of both my education and up brining I have a divested interest in both folklore and mythology to include the supernatural and unexplained. The result of this interest is my desire to collect and eventually publish a collection of such stories from the local area. Geographically this area includes El Paso, Las Cruces, Carlsbad, Hobbs, Roswell and the outlying regions of West Texas and Southeast New Mexico. If you have a story, you’ve heard or experienced yourself and would like to share, please don’t hesitate to contact me at: ricksfolkloremythology@gmail.com.
    If you’d like to share your story in person (true ethnography) this can be arranged on a limited basis, again please contact me. Keep in mind that I live in Carlsbad but am frequently back home in El Paso and can travel to most areas in-between. In addition, I do have a release form that will need to be filled out guaranteeing your privacy and my editorial freedom. If you wish to participate, I’d like to thank you in advance.

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