Sacred Heart Church

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At the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, a ghostly woman in a turn-of-the-century bridal gown is said to weep in the side chapel. According to local lore, the young Mexican woman was left at the altar and shortly thereafter passed away. Her ghost is said to return to the church, hoping to find her beloved at the altar.

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602 S Oregon St
El Paso, TX 79901
United States

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31.7534636, -106.4862847
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
El Paso, TX (0.4 mi.)
Fort Bliss, TX (6.0 mi.)
Sunland Park, NM (6.3 mi.)
Santa Teresa, NM (11.4 mi.)
Prado Verde, TX (12.0 mi.)
Socorro, TX (12.7 mi.)
Canutillo, TX (12.8 mi.)
Socorro Mission Number 1 Colonia, TX (14.1 mi.)
Westway, TX (15.2 mi.)
Vinton, TX (15.3 mi.)

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