Haunted Places in Pie Town, New Mexico



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    Mogollon Theater

    Pie Town, New Mexico

    72.9 miles from Pie Town, NM

    New Mexico's oldest operating movie house is located here, and dates back to 1915. The place is supposedly haunted, with footsteps being heard and notes being played on the antique piano when no one is around. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Silver Creek Inn and Cafe

    Pie Town, New Mexico

    73.4 miles from Pie Town, NM

    Housed in an old-fashioned abode built in 1885 by Frank Lauderbaugh, the current inn and café are located in a section of the building that once served as the town general store. The place sat abandoned until the 1980's, when the current owner Stan King painstakingly restored the building ...


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    Diamond Rock Campground

    Pie Town, Arizona

    74.5 miles from Pie Town, NM

    Supposedly a ghostly woman appears in photos taken there. Kind of hard to actually find any of these photographs out there, but people claim they exist. Really.


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    Fort Craig National Historic Site

    San Antonio, New Mexico

    79 miles from Pie Town, NM

    Caretakers at Fort Craig National Historic Site have witnessed an apparition in Civil War clothing and heard voices that have come from the ruins.


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    Belen Hotel

    Belen, New Mexico

    81.7 miles from Pie Town, NM

    This early 1900's hotel is rumoured to be haunted, but the origin and nature of the haunting are not known. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Harvey House Museum

    Belen, New Mexico

    81.8 miles from Pie Town, NM

    Built originally as a restaurant to serve railroad passengers and workers, this museum is now believed to be haunted by spirits from a bygone era. Phenomena reported here includes whispering, singing and disembodied footsteps have been heard when there is no one around, and various apparitions seen throughout the ...


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    Hannagan Meadow Lodge

    Clifton, Arizona

    82.1 miles from Pie Town, NM

    A ghostly woman, thought to be a former resident of the lodge, has been seen through an upper window hovering above the staircase. Also, there is some mystery surrounding John Wayne’s signature, seen on the wall behind the fireplace mantel.


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    Luna-Otera Mansion

    Los Lunas, New Mexico

    87 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The ghost of Josefita Ortero, former mistress of the mansion is said to haunt it to this day. Full body apparitions and numerous sightings appear to make up the bulk of the ghostly occurrences but some say Josefita also likes to sit and rock in an old rocking chair ...


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    El Rancho Hotel

    Gallup, New Mexico

    91.5 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The 1937 El Rancho Hotel was built by R.E. "Griff" Griffith, brother of movie magnate D.W. Griffith. Well-known past guests here include Ronald Reagan, Spencer Tracy, Katherine Hepburn and Kirk Douglas; it was a headquarters for the filming of many 1940s-1960s films. Witnesses who say the building is haunted have ...


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    Sierra Vista Hospital

    Truth or Consequences, New Mexico

    95.1 miles from Pie Town, NM

    This is an old hospital and therefore hauntings are layered on hauntings here. Nurses claim to hear babies crying when there are no babies on the floor, doors open and close on their own, electronics go off independent of any living operator and the ghosts of nuns who used to ...


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    Old Honeywell Building

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    96.6 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The Old Honeywell Building is haunted by the ghost of a young woman, who disappears when approached. The building was built on top of an American Indian burial ground. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Covered Wagon Store

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    99.8 miles from Pie Town, NM

    Formerly a private residence and brothel, this store is believed to be haunted by the apparition of a murdered prostitute named Scarlet. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Bottger Mansion of Old Town

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    99.8 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The 1908 Bottger Mansion is believed to be haunted by four spirits: its original owner, a woman who sighs, a grandmother and “The Lover," who is known to get into bed with sleeping women.


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    La Placita Dining Rooms

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    99.8 miles from Pie Town, NM

    La Placita Dining Rooms is a restaurant serving New Mexico cuisine housed in an 1880 building originally known as Casa Armijo. La Placita Dining Rooms was established in 1935 and is rumored to be haunted by at least four ghosts, especially in the women’s restroom and the upstairs area. The ...


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    Church Street Cafe

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    99.9 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The 18-room hacienda from 1709, built by the Ruiz family, was known as Case de Ruiz for about 200 years. Last family member Rufina G. Ruiz died in 1991 at the age of 91, after which the building was purchased and renovations from the Church Street Café began. The new ...


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    High Noon Restaurant and Saloon

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    99.9 miles from Pie Town, NM

    Housed inside a former private home built between 1750 and 1785, the restaurant and saloon have been around since 1974. Rumor has it that the place once housed a gambling parlor and brothel, a furniture store, and a rental apartment. A ghostly lady in a white dress is said to ...


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    Casa Esencia - Salvador Armijo House

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    100 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The old Salvador Armijo House is now a hotel named "Casa Esencia". Many who have worked there throughout the years have reported experiencing the sensation of being touched, hearing voices and strange noises and other ghostly activities. This building is almost two centuries old, and is haunted by many ghosts ...


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    KiMo Theatre

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    100.2 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The spirit of Bobby Darnall a young boy who died when a boiler exploded is said to haunt the theater.Although there are also reports of a young woman wearing a bonnet who has been seen wandering the hallways, the employees of the theater believe that Bobby is the most active ...


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    Old Bernalillo County Courthouse

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    100.3 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The 1926 Old Bernalillo County Courthouse building is said to be haunted by a ghostly little girl in a school uniform with blonde braids. Witnesses also have described cold spots, lights that come on and off, and an old law book that came hurtling down a hall. Taped boxes have ...


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    Hotel Andaluz

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    100.4 miles from Pie Town, NM

    It began as Conrad Hilton's fourth hotel in 1939, and in 2008, the Andaluz was completely restored to its original grandeur. The historic place is said to be haunted; the apparition of a woman in 1940s clothing has been seen in the hallways, and another of an older woman in ...


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    Wool Warehouse Theatre

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    100.6 miles from Pie Town, NM

    An unidentified ghost of a man in a black suit haunts the backstage area and a certain table in this historic building. Built in 1929, the building lies in the old railroad district of Albuquerque. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Albuquerque Press Club

    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    100.7 miles from Pie Town, NM

    The ghost of a woman in a black shawl is said to haunt the bar area. Regulars call her "Mrs. M" People have heard the sound of high heels on the floor and claim the piano often plays a few notes independently of any living hand.


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    Jemez State Monument

    Jemez Springs, New Mexico

    131 miles from Pie Town, NM

    Jemez State Monument, the ruins of an ancient pueblo and a 17th-century Spanish mission, is said to be haunted by many apparitions: priests, Native Americans and Spanish settlers. Visitors often hear disembodied footsteps as they walk among the ruins, and ghost lights are said to appear late at night.


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