Nino's Mexican Restaurant

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This atmospheric restaurant is housed inside an old hotel, and is rumoured to be haunted by a variety of ghosts. Staff and diners have reported lights turning on and off of their own accord, the apparition of a cowboy and a ghostly presence that brushes past them in the hallways. Mediums and paranormal investigators have been called to this building on several occasions to put an end to this activity, to no avail.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

617 6th Street
Alamosa, CO
United States

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37.4672256, -105.86571850000001
Alamosa County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Alamosa, CO (0.3 mi.)
Alamosa East, CO (1.5 mi.)
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Hooper, CO (19.0 mi.)
Blanca, CO (19.3 mi.)
Manassa, CO (20.6 mi.)
Romeo, CO (21.4 mi.)


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