La Luz Water Treatment Plant

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An unknown entity haunts the treatment plant. Eerie feelings and hot and cold spots make up the majority of the claims.

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76 Section Rd
La Luz, NM
United States

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32.97932095436244, -105.93064355954994
Otero County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
La Luz, NM (0.7 mi.)
Alamogordo, NM (5.8 mi.)
High Rolls, NM (5.9 mi.)
Tularosa, NM (8.3 mi.)
Cloudcroft, NM (11.0 mi.)
Boles Acres, NM (12.3 mi.)
Bent, NM (13.1 mi.)
Holloman Air Force Base, NM (13.3 mi.)
Mescalero, NM (15.3 mi.)
Sacramento, NM (25.1 mi.)


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  1. Me and my friends used to take girls out here to give them a little scare drink a little and have fun. Went out there one night and before they tore the building down there was only one half the building standing so when you were inside there was only one wall up nothing on the other side. So this one night we went there as we were walking up to the place I was shining my flashlight through one of the windows, well something was shining a light back there are no mirrors no electricity and there damn sure we’re no other people there that night so we were all a little freaked out but still went in. On the inside there is kind of like a basement with long metal stairs all kinds of metal objects and broken rebar and shit laying around. I walked up to the stairs to start walking down very carefully as I always did because it is very steep well some how I slipped as if I stepped on butter or ice and went tumbling down not sure how I didn’t die that night and never went back.

  2. No longer there, it was torn down a few years ago. The whole place was full of rattle snakes. New building were built, and access is no longer allowed.

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