Trinity Hotel and Restaurant

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This 1892 hotel is allegedly haunted by a ghostly presence and a female spirit known as Ruby.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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201 South Canal Street
Carlsbad, NM
United States

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32.4189816, -104.2291902
Eddy County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Carlsbad, NM (0.1 mi.)
La Huerta, NM (1.7 mi.)
Loving, NM (12.0 mi.)
Malaga, NM (16.3 mi.)
Whites City, NM (18.9 mi.)
Atoka, NM (25.9 mi.)
Artesia, NM (31.0 mi.)
Loco Hills, NM (31.3 mi.)
Hope, NM (39.9 mi.)
Lake Arthur, NM (40.8 mi.)


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  1. My husband booked this hotel for 5 nights I went this weekend to visit him. I stayed only 1 night. I drove back home at 2 am. I had this weird feeling as soon I walked up the stairs. You can sense that place is haunted. I didn’t sleep at all It was just a weird different feeling. I will never go back to that place. The room it’s very nice and clean but OMG is super scary

    • We stayed there last night. (Room 1). In the restaurant, top level, same thing… neither one of move and the glass flew off the table. I’m a Christian, so I wasn’t worried. Our stay in room 1 was fabulous. No demons . Place is awesome. Just make sure you are filled with the Holy Spirit. And by that I mean, saved.

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