A popular Mexican paranormal hunter investigates Juan Gabriel’s home in Juárez, Chihuahua and it’s more than we can handle.

Juan Gabriel no descansa en paz. Visitamos su casaJuan Gabriel no descansa en paz. Visitamos su casa

Posted by ALBERTO DEL ARCO on Saturday, August 8, 2020

Four years ago on August 28, 2016, just hours before his slated performance at a sold-out Don Haskins Center in El Paso, TX, Juan Gabriel, the biggest Latin artist of the past 40 years known as El Divo de Juárez passed away.

Since Gabriel’s death one of his homes, Casa Victoria, which is located on Avenida Lerdo in North Juarez has been turned into a museum where thousands of his fans have flocked to visit.

For the first time since Juan Gabriel’s death, his mansion has been investigated by famed Mexican paranormal investigator, Alberto del Arco.

In the 10th episode of Actividad Paranormal, the paranormal team investigates the lavish and eccentric mansion where according to its caretaker is haunted by the restless spirit of his former boss. Accounts of constant lights being turned on and off, noises and whispers are but a few of the incidents that have been reported.

Juan Gabriel initially bought the home for his mother in the mid-70s and after his mother’s death, the home became a sanctuary for Gabriel as a means to ground himself away from the celebrity life.

The home’s value is unknown but the marble throughout the mansion alone has an estimated value of at least half a million dollars.

The mansion is certainly unique and different, housing a huge music collection, portraits, and ceiling to floor murals of the late singer along with multiple mirrored panels and closet doors including a Disco Ball inspired bathroom.

As the team walks around the home creepy faces begin to appear in some of the mirrors – specifically the 6:12 mark.

Then, it gets intense.

Haunted or not - Juan Gabriel was a magnanimous personality whose energy enveloped all those who came near him and I have no doubt that even in death his dynamic spirit is probably still hanging around one of his favorite and most cherished dwellings – his beloved home in Juárez, Chihuahua.


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