Haunted Places in Pastura, New Mexico



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    Historic Plaza Hotel

    Las Vegas, New Mexico

    58.2 miles from Pastura, NM

    Byron T. Mills, the hotel's former owner and town mayor, is the famous friendly ghost here. Although he passed away at the Elks Lodge in 1947, it is believed that his spirit lingers in Room 310 of his hotel. Reports say that behind the desk is kept a photograph of ...


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    Montezuma Castle

    Las Vegas, New Mexico

    63.2 miles from Pastura, NM

    The current Montezuma Castle Hotel is built on top of two separate hotels which previously burnt down. There have been several reports of hauntings here. Opera music is heard when no one is around, and the ghost of the former proprietor walks around the hotel's corridors at night. After the ...


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    Watrous Valley Ranch

    Watrous, New Mexico

    70.3 miles from Pastura, NM

    The ranch was built for the 'Pony Express' in the mid 1800's. Two of the owners committed suicide, and ever since, there has been a sad presence in the house. Residents alone in the house have awoken to shot gun blasts and other unexplained noises, and an apparition of a ...


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    Legal Tender

    Lamy, New Mexico

    71.6 miles from Pastura, NM

    Reported to be haunted by a handful of ghosts including Ramon or "the man in black" who is alleged to have been shot at the saloon. Another ghost who frequently appears is "the Lady in White" who spends her afterlife gliding amid the tables, however who she is and ...


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    Shaffer Hotel

    Mountainair, New Mexico

    75.9 miles from Pastura, NM

    Witnesses, including ghost hunters, have determined that the hotel is haunted. Some have described lights that flash in the Wedding Suite and the unexplained smell of chocolate in the "Handicapped Room." EVPs, photos, and other evidence of spirits were collected here, including the word "Shaffer" spoken in response to the ...


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    Los Cerrillos

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    80.6 miles from Pastura, NM

    This town appears on every single ghost website around. Actual information about exactly how it's haunted is a lot harder to come by. Apparently it's haunted just because everyone says it's haunted. If we manage to pop in our next haunted road trip, maybe we'll be able ...


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    The Mine Shaft Tavern

    Madrid, New Mexico

    80.7 miles from Pastura, NM

    The original Mine Shaft Tavern was destroyed by fire on Christmas Day, 1945. The current one has been operating since 1947 and is rumored to be haunted by a spirit who has developed an attachment to employee there. According to the employee, it greeted her with a stroke on the ...


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    Madrid, New Mexico

    Madrid, New Mexico

    80.7 miles from Pastura, NM

    The entire town is said to be haunted. Cowboys escort a fine lady up mainstreet, the ghost of the famed "Weeping Woman" appears in the canyons, and numerous other apparitions have been spotted here.


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    La Posada de Santa Fe

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    83.7 miles from Pastura, NM

    This hotel is allegedly haunted by the former mistress of the mansion, Julia Staab, who died after sinking into a deep and enduring depression following the death of one of her children. Full body apparitions, items flying off shelves and other ghostly happening are all said to have occurred ...


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    La Casa Mas Antigua

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    83.7 miles from Pastura, NM

    Rumoured to date back to the thirteenth century, this humble abode is supposedly haunted by a pair of sisters dating back to when the building served as a private residence, as well as a soldier looking for his missing head. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Old St. Vincent's Hospital - Drury Inn

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    83.8 miles from Pastura, NM

    Babies crying and the sounds of someone running down the halls are claimed to be the major haunting that occurs at this Drury Inn.


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    Coronado Building

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    83.9 miles from Pastura, NM

    This building was originally the old courthouse, but has since been converted to an office facility. The hanging's carried out here were done from the tree in front of the building. Screams, moans and maniacal laughter have been reported by night workers and passer-by's, as well as terrifying apparition's that ...


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    La Fonda Hotel

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    83.9 miles from Pastura, NM

    Reportedly haunted by several different apparitions. One who is dubbed "The Judge" and prone to swooping through the hallways. In addition there is an oft-reported sighting of a man who walks through the dining room and jumps into a hole and disappears. The sight of the "hole" is ...


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    Palace of the Governors

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    84 miles from Pastura, NM

    Wails and screams have been heard coming out of 1600's government building, but upon investigation, nothing is found. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Grant Corner Inn - Andrew Smith Gallery

    Santa Fe, New Mexico

    84.1 miles from Pastura, NM

    People claim that objects fall of shelves, that footsteps are often heard when no one is around, and doors that slam on their own. Most of the haunting appears to be confined to the second floor.


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    Pecan Fields of Roswell

    Roswell, New Mexico

    96.2 miles from Pastura, NM

    Reports of a young, crying boy who runs across the street at night.


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    New Mexico Military Institute

    Roswell, New Mexico

    98 miles from Pastura, NM

    If you go to most ghost websites out there, you will find some variation of this hogwash: The NMMI does not use the word "juliet" for the letter "J" in their phonetic alphabet because they believe it is badluck. The NATO phonetic alphabet is fairly standard for any military ...


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    Chaves County Courthouse

    Roswell, New Mexico

    98.8 miles from Pastura, NM

    The sounds of young children playing are often heard in the basement.


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    Pueblo Auditorium

    Roswell, New Mexico

    98.8 miles from Pastura, NM

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


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    Southeast New Mexico Historical Society

    Roswell, New Mexico

    98.8 miles from Pastura, NM

    The historical museum features war paraphernalia and other such exhibits from the past, and is rumoured to be haunted. The apparition of a young soldier who was taken as a prisoner of war has been seen waving and smiling to guests in a room on the second floor. A ...


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    Bonito Lake

    Nogal, New Mexico

    102.3 miles from Pastura, NM

    Eerie sounds and lights have been reported around Bonito lake. Rife with abandoned mines and an entire ghost town beneath the lake, it is a spooky and spectacular camping spot.


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    Bandelier National Monument

    Los Alamos, New Mexico

    102.6 miles from Pastura, NM

    Bandelier National Monument preserves the land and homes of the Ancestral Pueblo People who lived from 1150 to 1600 CE. It was designated as a national monument by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 and was named for Swiss anthropologist Adolph Bandelier. It is rumored to be haunted by ghost lights, ...


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    Espanola Police Station

    EspaƱola, New Mexico

    106.5 miles from Pastura, NM

    Policemen at the Espanola Police Station watching the Sally Port on the security cameras were surprised to see the ghostly immage of a human figure walking through a locked, gated and secured area without triggering any alarms. The policemen say they have experienced other strange things at the station, such ...


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    Hale Lake

    Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico

    106.6 miles from Pastura, NM

    This is reported to be one of those places where simply driving there at night will cause all sorts of mechanical havoc with your car. While these reports probably came about through young men trying to con gullible girls - "no honey, I swear my car just died, it ...


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