Jemez State Monument

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Jemez State Monument, the ruins of an ancient pueblo and a 17th-century Spanish mission, is said to be haunted by many apparitions: priests, Native Americans and Spanish settlers. Visitors often hear disembodied footsteps as they walk among the ruins, and ghost lights are said to appear late at night.

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Geographic Information

18075 New Mexico 4
Jemez Springs, New Mexico
United States

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35.7782893, -106.6868586
Sandoval County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Jemez Springs, NM (0.7 mi.)
Ponderosa, NM (8.2 mi.)
Canon, NM (8.8 mi.)
Jemez Pueblo, NM (11.6 mi.)
San Ysidro, NM (15.6 mi.)
Zia Pueblo, NM (18.8 mi.)
San Luis, NM (21.4 mi.)
Cochiti Lake, NM (21.6 mi.)
Cochiti, NM (22.2 mi.)
Los Alamos, NM (22.6 mi.)

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