Take Your Ghost Hunting Skills On A Roadtrip To Arizona And NM
El Paso is loaded with haunted hot spots. If you've already experienced them, it's time for you to branch out a little.
If you have already been on the E Paso tours and seek new, spooky thrills try our neighbors New Mexico and Arizona.
The southwest is rich in history, much of which is dark and sordid. If you want spirits, particularly those of peeps that died violently or tragically, you're in the right place.
As for taking your ghost hunt on the road, here are a few spots to visit in our neighbor, New Mexico. We'll start with the states biggest city, Albuquerque.
- The Kimo Theater, said to be haunted by a little boy killed in a water heater explosion. It is said that performers in the theater who don't leave him a gift, get messed with.
- The Hotel Andaluz has several ghosts wandering around. The ballroom in particular has a bunch.
- The churches are even haunted in Albuquerque, one of which is the Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Around the state, you can visit Dawson Cemetery in Cimarron which is said to be one of the most haunted places in the state due to hundreds and hundreds of tragic deaths.
This is just the tip of the iceberg.
There are zillions of haunted places, spots and sites all over New Mexico.
Here are some haunted hot - (no pun intended) - spots around their biggest city; Phoenix.
- The spirit of a girl raped and brutally murdered in Jefferson Park still roams the park.
- The Rosson House has lots of ghosts. One is a caretaker shot to death on the grounds.
- The very appropriately named Superstition Mountains are home to ghosts, UFO's monsters and the infamous "Lost Dutchman's Mine".
That should get you going. Happy ghost hunting and safe travels.