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Rumoured to be a former hospital, a long dead patient allegedly still roams the halls after dark.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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506 Main Street
Alamosa, CO
United States

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37.4681741, -105.86412860000002
Alamosa County, Colorado
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  1. It is a FACT that the building was a former hospital. Unfortunately, I have never heard of any paranormal experiences here. I’ve been an owner since 1991.

  2. About a month ago, my wife and I drove past that building and when I saw it I told her “That building has to have been an old funeral home or something.” It gives off some very sad vibes.

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