El Paso Museum of Art

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El Paso Museum of Art is believed to be haunted by the spirit of an older woman, whose apparition has been seen looking at folks from an upper window. Witnesses also claim that the lights go on and off and doors open and close by themselves. Moaning sounds have been heard, seeming to come from the basement.

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1 Arts Festival Plz
El Paso, TX 79901
United States

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31.7585782, -106.49027330000001
El Paso County, Texas
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  1. Well let mestart off by saying this place is haunted and they sure are nosey ghosts, the reason im saying this is because i work here as a security officer from 7pm to 7am. I set both alarms at 1900hrs one alarm is for the doors and the other is for sensors meaning Windows and floors so any type of movement will set these alarns off everyday there are about 4 floor sensors that do go off every night but bypassed by myself, and we do have over 32 maybe 40 cameras taking constant video, every so often i will hear doors opening and closing and hear foot steps of what sounds like people going up and down the hall ways i check cameras and sensors but none of the alarms or sensors are tripped at first i was glued to the monitors just scanning and staring at the live video and dont see anything, ive heard people say that there are shadow people going from the storage room to the security boothe but havent seen anything yet, and well you might say why Nosey because im normally busy writting reports and ill notice someone standing beside me looking over my shoulder trying to see what im doing or writing its intresting to see these ghosts intrested in peoples daily lives and actually hover around to see what we or i am doing, and as im writing this down there are doors being slammed and i can hear someone or something conversating down the hall from where im at its 4:22 am and its about normal to hear this here. It would be nice to see some sort of publication private or public, there is also anothe building that i worked at that i know is haunted its the mhmr building by southwest hospital that ghost there is angry and he will let you know if he dont like you he will attack you and believe me it hurts too his name is mr henry (ghost), he is around 62 or so yrs has white hair is tall id say 5’11 he dresses casual dark slacks white shirt glasses black, mr henry is mean at first and tries to scare you off. There is also a little. Girl around 3 yrs old she wears a 1800. Long dress to the ground. She stares at you then disappears and there is also a dog that barks at night but have never seen him…well theres more if your intrested but im not willing to lose my job i wont jeopardize my job, ill talk to you if you will listen

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