I have worked here on graveyard shift for a little over 3 years and have heard many stories. Last night a co-worker came up to me and was visually shaken. He said he was in an older part of the building were customers can’t access and distinctly herd a little boy giggling. I went back with him and I could just feel a presence, like someone watching. There was no one even close, my coworker grew pale and had large goosebumps. I have personally felt very uneasy in this are in the past. Others have said they hear similar sounds in this area and have named it Johnny. Another hot spot is in the basement near the bakery, similar occurrences.
Source: John J.
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- 54 Jemez Dam Rd
Bernalillo, NM 87004
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- 35.32883441348611, -106.56488013271883
- Sandoval County, New Mexico
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