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There are rumors of a boy who haunts the upper balcony.

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300 N Kentucky
Roswell, NM
United States

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33.3953727, -104.52749849999998
Chaves County, New Mexico
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  1. I’ve lived in Roswell my whole life, and not oncer have i ever heard of the Roswell Independent School District building being haunted. I’ve been inside all around in different areas of the building the Pueblo auditorium being one of the areas of the building I visit quite often and have sat on both upper and lower levels on more than one occasion and have never felt any where in the building like it was haunted

  2. When I was in school. I went to Berrendo Middle School. And I had to stay behind because I needed to mop all of the floors for skipping class and I was there until about 8pm and I grabbed my bag and went to go get in my moms care and there was this dark figure of course me and my amazingly curious personality tried to learn about the creepy dude and he just dissapered I was scared but I remember the experience sometimes he is in my dreams.

    • I work here, and there is very much something in that building. I have not seen anything, thank God. But I do tell the kids to not wander around because I can truly feel something can happen to them, am not the only one who has felt stuff in this building but it is not alone! Again I thank the lord that I have not seen anything.

  3. I live in Roswell and have been to the auditorium many times at night and have yet to notice or see anything. Even have taken my EVP recorder and got nothing.

  4. Tanya Herrera  |  

    Me and my friend have also heard and seen children playing in the basement. We also had a rectial over at the Pueble Auditorium. We have heard complaits for people saying that they heard and saw a little boy in the upper bolconey. (That wasn’t like a normal boy) Just saying, if you ever go there beware to be uncomfortabe in several ways.

  5. My dad was the night janitor for years back in the 80s till early 90s and he would tell us what he would see and hear late at night we would go sometimes to take hi lunch and me and my sister would also witness strange stuff from shadows to voices and loud bangs especially in the basement my dad saw a little girl would hear kids laughing and so much more I do believe it’s haunted from personal experience I would love to go back one day now that Im grown

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