Lions Wilderness Park

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People report hearing ghostly noises and occasionally screaming. People also hear phantom footsteps and some have seen the apparition of a man appear.

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5800 College Blvd.
Farmington, NM, 87401
United States

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36.781177611637226, -108.16275186668702
San Juan County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Flora Vista, NM (4.7 mi.)
Farmington, NM (4.8 mi.)
Spencerville, NM (6.4 mi.)
Lee Acres, NM (9.0 mi.)
Napi Headquarters, NM (9.4 mi.)
Upper Fruitland, NM (9.5 mi.)
Aztec, NM (9.8 mi.)
La Plata, NM (10.3 mi.)
Bloomfield, NM (11.0 mi.)
Kirtland, NM (11.4 mi.)


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  1. At lions wilderness me and a few buddies have heard the foot steps, screaming, also have seen a ghost car. A few buddies and I we walking a dirt road there never heard a car coming the lights showed up infrount of us the we jumped looked be hind us then the car was goon

  2. My (at the time) boyfriend and I snuck in to the kiva area used for plays and story telling. It has canvas suspended above for shade, and we climbed up top to watch the stars. We were terrified to hear heavy boot steps covering the whole of the kiva area, and a human shadow rounding a corner. At the time we thought “shit, security!” Turns out there wasn’t any. Did his job though, we gtfo.

  3. Was this not the location of a couple of murder back in the early 70’s commented by some local boys against some older Indian men?

  4. I Remer in high school around 2002 my friends informed me of haunting around PV back then the road was dirt there by lions amphitheater. But he was coming through from a party and heard steps following him. Another friend that I played soccer with said he had an experience there late at night with his gf they got out of there aswell.

  5. I was just here for Father’s Day at the river back by the arena and the plant there is a left turn off and I seen a coyote / dog bolt out from the brush by the river and disappeared I wanted to make sure my mind wasn’t playing tricks on me so we went back and seen human feet tracks mixed with some type of animal very creepy even heard growling but nothing there

  6. Me in the Four Corners  |  

    This is definitely very real. It didn’t sound like human footsteps. It was very fast, and very large and it most definitely came at us with intent.. I’ll post details soon.. My experience here, within walking distance from my home, is the scariest things I’ve ever been thru that I’ll never be able to explain…

    I’ve lived in Farmington my entire life.. the energies here, to me, are almost suffocating. I only notice it when I leave town. This area is very scary sometimes..

    • do you mind posting more details?? i’ve recently started ghost hunting and i live in aztec. i’ve been there so many times but just smoking in the car in high school. would it be worth taking some ghost equipment out there??

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