What’s Buried Underneath The Desert In This Part Of New Mexico May Surprise You
New Mexico is a bit of an oddball state. You’ll find towns with strange names, weird museums, and some unusual roadside attractions, not to mention all the stories about aliens and haunted places. However, there is one place in the state where something truly unexpected was discovered. Some folks even claimed that, due to its strangeness, it might be one of those infamously haunted New Mexico places we just mentioned. Is it? Maybe. Check it out:
There are so many haunted New Mexico destinations, aren’t there? What did you think of the above destination? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below — we would love to hear from you! Want to check out some other weird things you’ll find in New Mexico? Read about some head-scratchers when you check out our list of one-of-a-kind museums in New Mexico.
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Most Haunted Places in New Mexico
What are some creepy New Mexico ghost stories?
New Mexico is an underrated state in the American southwest full of outlaws, things that were, and things that would have been. It’s a strange place, considered to be a state filled with paranormal abnormalities and bizarre goings-on that don’t quite make the evening news (but the locals will be happy to tell you everything). Some of New Mexico’s creepiest ghost stories and urban legends include numerous haunted locations in Albuquerque, like the old Hotel Parq Central, which is now a luxurious hotel (but used to be a literal insane asylum). It’s said to be one of the most haunted places in the state! While you’re there, you’ll want to check out the KiMo Theatre, as well. In Cimarron, the St. James Hotel is said to be haunted thanks to shootouts and bad times way back in the day. Would you count aliens as “ghost” stories? Because if so... there’s always the Roswell Incident.
Where can I go ghost hunting in New Mexico?
New Mexico is a great state for ghost hunters! In fact, the state embraces its spooky status so much that even the New Mexico Tourism Department has lists of places you can totally go looking for things that go bump in the night. The department offers ghost tours, which not only take you to plenty of haunted places but also offer plenty of history to go with them. Other tours include the Ghosts of Taos tour, Santa Fe ghost tours, and even a ghost tour on a bicycle! New Mexico might be famous for its chilies and delicious local cuisine, vibrant art scene, and kind citizens – but maybe its downright creepiness should be added to that list! Curious about more? You might want to check out this awesome road trip through some seriously haunted New Mexico destinations.