Valverde Battlefield
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The Battle of Valverde, or the Battle of Valverde Ford from February 20 to February 21, 1862, was fought near the town of Valverde at a ford of Valverde Creek in Confederate Arizona, in what is today the state of New Mexico. It was a major Confederate success in the New Mexico Campaign of the American Civil War. The belligerents were Confederate cavalry from Texas and several companies of Arizona militia versus U.S. Army regulars and Union volunteers from northern New Mexico and Colorado.

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(2000 to 2015)

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This hotel in Las Vegas is believed to be haunted by the ghost of it's builder and owner, Byron T. Mills. The ghost is known to reveal itself to women who are staying alone in Room 310. SGHA solves the mystery and debunks the ghost.

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(1998 to 2014)

Kimo theater
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There have been several sighting of "shadow-like" figures and apparitions near the ruins of the mine and near the church. Also strange noises, including disembodied footsteps have been heard by visitors touring the mine ruins. Several ghost lights have also been reported around the old town site and its cemetery.

(2001 - 2011)

Kimo theater
Unsolved

The site of a violent riot in 1980, many people believe that this is the most haunted site in New Mexico. The areas of the prison where the most unusual phenomena is reported are Cell Blocks 3, 4, the Tool room and the laundry room

(2002 - 2010)

Kimo theater
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This historic theater in Albuquerque is believed to be haunted by several ghosts. The first is a little boy named Bobby who was killed when the hot water heater exploded. The second is a female apparition, seen roaming the halls wearing a bonnet. Nothing more is known of this ghostly presence, but seemingly she doesn't’t disturb anyone, she just likes strolling about the old theatre.Is this theater really haunted?

SGHA wraps its' final investigation of the theater and solves the mystery.

(2008)

Kimo theater
Unsolved

Opened in 1880, this gambling hall and saloon saw plenty of action. Reported to be haunted by several ghosts including Mary Lambert and T.J. Wright. This report contains all of our findings and data taken at this location. While we have explained a great deal of the phenomenon, there are still some things occurring that we cannot explain yet.

 

(1990 to 2010)

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Three ghosts are rumored to haunt this historic hotel in Santa Fe. Many people believe that Judge Slough continues to walk its hallways. A ghostly cowboy and the apparition of a murdered bride are also said to lurk within its historic halls.

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(2007)

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Strange reports of ghostly activity have been reported here including the feeling of being watched by a unseen presence, electrical problems and unusual cold spots. Rumors say that this historic building haunted by a Spanish Soldier or is there another explanation for the mysterious occurrences? Of course there are! SGHA investigators identify the natural causes and debunks the haunting.

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(2006)

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This old house, now the Covered Wagon shop, is rumored to be a former brothel. where a prostitute named Scarlet was murdered. According to legend, her ghost haunts the building but is this a haunting or simply a myth?

Using critical thinking and historical research, SGHA debunks the ghost.

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(2000 to 2006)

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The reported phenomenon consists of an apparition that wears a long gray coat riding on horseback. The sounds of the phantom horse are reported to be heard as well. The Ghost Tour of Old Town calls this specter "Sarge". SGHA investigates to get to the bottom of the mystery.

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(2002 to 2005)

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Locals in the area say that the bridge is a hot spot for suicides and that the bridge is haunted by ghosts that tempt people into jumping to their deaths. However, there is a specific ghost that is often seen on the west side of the bridge. According to witnesses, the ghost appears as a young Hispanic woman wearing jeans and a white T-shirt. She is often mistaken as a "real" person as she walks east on the south walkway of the bridge. When she reaches the center, she suddenly vanishes.

(pdf File Size: 2.26MB) (2005)

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Employees of the restaurant believe that they may have a ghost. Their typical otherworldly encounters fall include; Disembodied voices and unexplainable noises coming from the trap door in the main dining room. Once a stop on the Ghost Tour of Old Town, SGHA replicates the reported phenomenon and solves the mystery of this historic location.

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(2001 to 2004)

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The only surviving remnant of this once bustling silver town has had sightings of unusual things after the sun has gone down. However, those things have natural explanations.

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(2003 to 2004)

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Visitors to this seventeenth century Spanish mission are surprised to find the ghost of a conquistador still guarding the ruins. He enters through one of the gaps in the adobe walls and is surrounded by a blue-white light. He wears a tabard bearing the symbol of the Calatrava, a Spanish military religious group. He was first sighted in 1913, when he pointed his finger at a startled tourist and said (in Spanish) "Frequent this place, traveler on a mystic journey."

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(2002)

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Mysterious glowing balls of light have been seen floating about the ruins of the mission. Some claim that they are lantern lights from a previous caretaker while others suggest that they are the phantom torches carried by the ghosts of the Spanish missionaries.

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(2002)

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An unidentified ghost of a man in a black suit haunts the backstage area and a certain table in this historic building. Built in 1929, the building lies in the old railroad district of Albuquerque.

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(2001)

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Unexplained lights have been seen moving inside the school house at night. The ghost that reportedly haunts the building is the town's old postmaster, Charles Reynolds, who was shot and killed inside the old school house in 1933. Is it really haunted?

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(2001)

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The railroad and gold were often the beginnings of these towns. 1899 was Ancho's year of birth due to railroad and gold in the Jicarilla Mountains.. A ghost hunter forum on-line suggested that this town was very haunted, although the "phenomenon" that was being discussed was very vague.

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(2001)

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Jackie told us that certain objects move and occasionally the movement is to another room. She believes that the visitors were responsible for some of the movement but there were some objects that were either not possible to move (being in a display case). She had also noticed the there were unusual noises that came from the deserted buildings around the town and was curious if "ghosts" were the culprit.

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(2001)

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Various rumors surround the older section of the cemetery that range from sightings of apparitions to the practice of necromancy. The most interesting reports have come from passing motorists who claim to have witness apparitions in the cemetery that suddenly vanish.

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(2001)

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Many people have reported feeling strange cold spots near certain graves on otherwise very hot days. These cold spots and other strange stories of male voices whispering words of warning and danger and moans. People also claim to see human-shaped patches of fog drifting through the area. These forms dissipate into the night air leaving no trace.

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(2000)

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A mysterious figure has often been seen seated in the chapel, weeping profusely for some unknown tragic loss. The ghost is dressed in a long black dress, her face concealed by a dark veil. She is often mistaken for a real person, and sometimes ignored, until she mysteriously vanishes. This stop on the Ghost Tour of Old Town doesn't hold up when placed under the scrutiny of a scientific investigation.

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(1999)

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A mysterious figure has often been seen seated in the chapel, weeping profusely for some unknown tragic loss. The ghost is dressed in a long black dress, her face concealed by a dark veil. She is often mistaken for a real person, and sometimes ignored, until she mysteriously vanishes. This stop on the Ghost Tour of Old Town doesn't hold up when placed under the scrutiny of a scientific investigation.

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(1999)

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