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This article discusses the factors that need to be analyzed to determine the credibility of a witness of a paranormal event.

http://www.sgha.net/articles/WitnessCredibility.pdf

The ghost of the Plaza hotel starts out as two unusual (but explainable) incidents that occur to two women in room 316 and room 310.  As time passes myth building begins to distort the accounts and the focus of the “haunting” becomes centered on Room 310.

With the introduction of paranormal reality TV shows in 2004 the myth building increases and is propagated by the hotel employees, the media, several ghost hunting teams and by the appearance in several books.

The phenomenon identified as being paranormal in nature was investigated and found to have more likely explanations. As such, there is not a probable rationality to believe that this location is haunted by the ghost of Byron T. Mills or any other person. The case of the building having paranormal activity is not sufficient enough to cast a benefit of a doubt or to meet the burden of proof required.

To read the full pdf report, click on the link below ;

http://www.sgha.net/nm/lasvegas/PlazaHotel.pdf

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Have you taken the ghost tour in Old Town Albuquerque?  Were you taken into the small chapel there and told the story of the "Lady in Black"? Were the names of Cody Polston and SGHA dropped abit excessively by the tour guide? Perhaps you were even referred to this site?

Well, the Vice President of SGHA took her daughter on this tour and was shocked at what she had heard, especially the stories that were told about the chapel. You see, long before there was a ghost tour, SGHA investigated this site. It is not haunted folks (not even a little)!  Perhaps you might be interested in the truth? Click the link below to learn all about it!

http://www.sgha.net/nm/albq/Chapel.pdf