Monte Vista Cemetery

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A woman in white is rumored to haunt the cemetery grounds.

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1590 E 1st St
Alamogordo, NM
United States

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32.88944642043952, -105.94345645134274
Otero County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Alamogordo, NM (1.2 mi.)
La Luz, NM (6.1 mi.)
Boles Acres, NM (6.2 mi.)
High Rolls, NM (7.6 mi.)
Holloman Air Force Base, NM (9.5 mi.)
Cloudcroft, NM (12.6 mi.)
Tularosa, NM (13.5 mi.)
Bent, NM (19.3 mi.)
Mescalero, NM (21.0 mi.)
Sacramento, NM (23.2 mi.)


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  1. When I went to see my mother tombstone it was a beautiful day-totally clear skies. When I located her spot it started lightening & thundering ! I ran!!!

  2. Mz Goody Two Shoes  |  

    Years ago, some kids were drinking and decided to play a prank on one young man that passed out. They left him in middle of Cemetery and when he woke up he started screaming. Neighbors called Police who rescued him.

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