La Lomita Chapel

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The historic La Lomita Chapel is said to be haunted by the apparition of a nun who appears suspended in the air in a prayer posture. The apparition has been spotted in broad daylight.

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Levee Rd
S of Mission, TX
United States

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26.1574811630998, -98.33080065276584
Hidalgo County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Granjeno, TX (2.3 mi.)
Mission, TX (4.1 mi.)
Palmview South, TX (5.0 mi.)
Hidalgo, TX (5.8 mi.)
Abram, TX (5.8 mi.)
Palmview, TX (5.8 mi.)
Perezville, TX (6.3 mi.)
La Homa, TX (6.7 mi.)
McAllen, TX (7.0 mi.)
Palmhurst, TX (7.0 mi.)


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  1. I’ve been there a couple of times. I took a couple of pictures of my children and family. When I came home I took a closer look at the pictures and WOA seen children all over as well as 2 priest’s. I would love to find out why so many children in the pictures. I read somewhere that they eventually burned the place next to it “The asylum” because of all the weird stuff that happened there after a while. They sold children to Mexico and nuns had children from priest’s killed them and hurried them since it was a sin. Anyone with hard info on this?

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