Haunted Places in El Paso To Visit For Halloween
Want to get really spooked this Halloween? Take a trip to any of these locations and you sure are in for some fright! Maybe even see a ghost or two...
I love being scared, especially on Halloween, but I don't know if I'm brave enough to head out to these places!
Chase Tower, formerly the El Paso National Bank Tower, is the site of many law and bank offices. Red lights and a ghostly woman in a red dress have been seen on the upper floor. If you are lucky enough you can see her dancing around in the 3am hour.
Rumor has it that the Camino Real is a haunted hotel. A ghostly woman is said to wander the halls wearing a white gown and a melancholy expression. Some guests have claimed to hear someone knock on their room door in the middle of the night and when opened only a woman in a white gown is seen leaving almost floating down the hall.
The landmark Toltec Building was completed in 1910 and is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses have described such things as stage lights exploding or changing color, props falling, and ghostly appearances including one of Pancho Villa.
Rumor has it is that the spirit of a firefighter who was killed in the line of duty still sleeps in one of the beds in the fire house. No one sleeps in the bed because everyone that has complains of the room being very cold, blankets being tugged at and wild nightmares.
At Concordia Cemetery, more than 60,000 bodies have been laid to rest. But many witnesses say NO one is at rest in this cemetery. The cemetery is so active with apparitions and other strange occurrences that the L&J Café across the street even gets some visitors from the cemetery's ghosts. And ever since a man jumped from the bridge, more and more have taken place.
Gravity hill is an interesting natural phenomena that are nature's practical jokes on the gullible. But some have said to fall for the story of a bus of children crashing on the road and all the children dying. Some witnesses say that the children still come out to play and push cars uphill with passengers inside while children's laughter can be heard outside in the hills.