Church Street Cafe

Once the home of the Ruiz family, the cafe is now haunted by a former resident named Sarah.

(Old Town Albuquerque 2001)

La Fonda Hotel

The inn at the end of trail is believed to be haunted by at least half a dozen various spirits including a bride, a judge and a cowboy.

(Santa Fe 1998)

The Double Eagle Restaurant

The ghost of a petite young lady has been spotted in the Carlotta room of this 1840's mansion.

(Mesilla 2000)

Maria Teresa Restaurant

Once the Salvador Armijo house, the building now houses a restaurant. Numerous ghosts haunt the old building making it one of the most haunted locations in the state.

(Albuquerque 1998)

St. James Hotel

Opened in 1880, this gambling hall and saloon saw plenty of action. The management keeps a nasty ghost locked away in Room 18 while many others roam the hotel.

(Cimarron 2000)

Maria Teresa Restaurant #2

Once the Salvador Armijo house, the building now houses a restaurant. Numerous ghosts haunt the old building making it one of the most haunted locations in the state.

(Albuquerque 2000)

The Wool Warehouse Theater

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.

(Albuquerque 1998)

Maria Teresa Restaurant #3

Once the Salvador Armijo house, the building now houses a restaurant. Numerous ghosts haunt the old building making it one of the most haunted locations in the state.

(Albuquerque 2001)

The Val Verde Hotel

This historic hotel in Socorro is believed to be haunted by at least two different ghosts. One of these spirits is believed to be particularly active when folk music is played in the bar.

(Socorro 2001)

Maria Teresa Restaurant #4

Once the Salvador Armijo house, the building now houses a restaurant. Numerous ghosts haunt the old building making it one of the most haunted locations in the state.

(Albuquerque 2001)

La Posada Hotel


Three ghosts haunt the upper floors of this historic hotel in Albuquerque. The most haunted area seems to be a ballroom located on the second floor.

(Albuquerque 1998)

Maria Teresa Restaurant #5

Once the Salvador Armijo house, the building now houses a restaurant. Numerous ghosts haunt the old building making it one of the most haunted locations in the state.

(Albuquerque 2001)

La Placita Restaurant

Three ghosts haunt this old hacienda, now a restaurant,  that also served as a fort and hospital. the main hallway of the historic building seems to be the most active location.

(Old Town Albuquerque 2001)

Maria Teresa Restaurant #6

Once the Salvador Armijo house, the building now houses a restaurant. Numerous ghosts haunt the old building making it one of the most haunted locations in the state.

(Old Town Albuquerque 2002)

La Placita Restaurant #2

Three ghosts haunt this old hacienda, now a restaurant,  that also served as a fort and hospital. the main hallway of the historic building seems to be the most active location.

(Old Town Albuquerque 2002)

Luna Mansion

This great house, built in 1881, is haunted by one of its former owners. Two other spirits have been sighted as well. Are the restless spirits of the past making their presence known to the present restaurant staff and customers?

(Los Lunas 2000)

Rancho de Corrales Restaurant

Employees and customers here are aware of a strange presence that haunts the older section of the building. Are the ghosts of a troubled family lingering in the present day restaurant?

(Corrales 2000)

Luna Mansion

This great house, built in 1881, is haunted by one of its former owners. Two other spirits have been sighted as well. Are the restless spirits of the past making their presence known to the present restaurant staff and customers?

(Los Lunas 2001)

Rancho de Corrales Restaurant #2

Employees and customers here are aware of a strange presence that haunts the older section of the building. Are the ghosts of a troubled family lingering in the present day restaurant?

(Corrales 2001)

Dawson Cemetery

The cemetery of an old silver boomtown is haunted by the ghosts of miners killed in two tragic cave-ins. Do the miners killed in several accidents haunt this cemetery?

(Dawson 2000)

Casa de Fiesta Restaurant

According to myth, this building, a historic hacienda, is occupied by several spirits. Is the location really haunted or is it all explainable?

(Old Town Albuquerque 2001)

Dawson Cemetery #2

The cemetery of an old silver boomtown is haunted by the ghosts of miners killed in two tragic cave-ins. Do the miners killed in several accidents haunt this cemetery?

(Dawson 2001)

La Pinata

This gift shop in Albuquerque, once a part of Casa de Armijo, was once used as a school house. Is the building haunted by a spirit of a hungry little boy?

(Albuquerque 2001)

Fort Craig

This civil war fort  still houses many of its troops. Guests and caretaker have reported many strange occurrences over the years. Could the old fort be haunted?

(Ft. Craig 2001)

The Val Verde Hotel #2

This historic hotel in Socorro is believed to be haunted by at least two different ghosts. One of these spirits is believed to be particularly active when folk music is played in the bar.

(Socorro 2001)

Fort Craig #2

This civil war fort  still houses many of its troops. Guests and caretaker have reported many strange occurrences over the years. Could the old fort be haunted?

(Ft. Craig 2001)

The Val Verde Hotel #3

This historic hotel in Socorro is believed to be haunted by at least two different ghosts. One of these spirits is believed to be particularly active when folk music is played in the bar.

(Socorro 2005)

High Noon Restaurant and Saloon

Multiple spirits haunt this once popular brothel and gambling saloon. Is this building as haunted as legend claims it is?

(Old Town Albuquerque 2001)

Colfax Ghost Town

The Weeping Lady of Colfax is the apparition of a woman who appears in the back row
of the combination church and schoolhouse here. Her spirit still grieves for her young son,
who died of an unknown illness in the late 1800's. Inconsolable grief killed the mother within a few months of her son's death. Reported phenomena include sounds of sobbing, the cries of a young boy and unseen footsteps are heard in the church/schoolhouse. On occasion, the mother appears as a ball of light that floats and wanders through the abandoned town.

(Colfax 1998)

Colfax Ghost Town #2

The Weeping Lady of Colfax is the apparition of a woman who appears in the back row
of the combination church and schoolhouse here. Her spirit still grieves for her young son,
who died of an unknown illness in the late 1800's. Inconsolable grief killed the mother within a few months of her son's death. Reported phenomena include sounds of sobbing, the cries of a young boy and unseen footsteps are heard in the church/schoolhouse.

Is the town site still haunted after it's schoolhouse collapsed?

(Colfax 2001)

Bottger Koch mansion

The ghost of a former owner of the mansion haunts the stairs and hallways of this historic site. Several other spirits have also been sighted in the historic mansion.

(Old Town Albuquerque 2001)

The Bottger Mansion

Under new ownership, the mansion takes back its former name. This is a documentary report with more stories detailing the haunting of the mansion.

(Old Town Albuquerque 2004)

Yale Cemetery

Many spirits haunt this desecrated cemetery. Is the cemetery haunted by ghosts or simply urban legends?

(Albuquerque 2001)

Kelly Ghost Town

This old mining town still has ghostly residents according to locals and visitors. Is there a dark secret hidden away in the town's past?

(Kelly 2001)

Boyd's Sanitarium

This asylum is rumored to be haunted by its former residents. Are the sightings of ghosts explainable or is the historic location really haunted?

(Las Cruces 2001)

The Lodge

One of New Mexico's more famous hauntings, this resort in Cloudcroft is haunted by by the spirit of a flirtatious ghost named Rebecca.

(Cloudcroft 2001)

Loma Parda

This ghost town is still haunted by it's violent past. It was once called "Sodom on the Mora" after the town's seedy dealings and its location on the Mora river .

(Loma Parda 2001)

The Lodge #2

One of New Mexico's more famous hauntings, this resort in Cloudcroft is haunted by by the spirit of a flirtatious ghost named Rebecca.

(Cloudcroft 2005)

Plaza Hotel

This hotel in Las Vegas is haunted by the ghost of it's builder and owner. The ghost is known to show itself to women who are staying alone in Room 316.

(Las Vegas 2001)

St. James Hotel #2

Opened in 1880, this gambling hall and saloon saw plenty of action. The management keeps a nasty ghost locked away in Room 18 while many others roam the hotel.

(Cimarron 2001)

Fort Union

This historic Civil War Fort protected travelers on the Santa Fe trail. Located a short distance from Las Vegas, the ruins of the fort still remain. Visitors have reported odd phenomena often associated with ghostly activity. Do ghostly soldiers still stand guard at this historic fort.

(Fort Union 2001)

The St. James Hotel (Exclusive)

SGHA gains access to the forbidden Room 18, where the owners have kept the nasty spirit
of T.J. Wright locked up for decades. The room is normally off limits for everyone including
guests and VIP's. KOAT Action 7 news accompanies SGHA on a investigation of the room's mysteries.

(Cimarron 2002)

Cimarron's Mountain View Cemetery

Located on a hill outside of Cimarron, this historical cemetery still has markers dating back to the days of Black Jack Ketchum. Rumors also say that it is haunted.

(Cimarron 2001)

Hotel Castaneda

Built in 1898 as one of James Harvey's famed chain of railroad hotels, the Castaneda still stands. Do ghosts wander the halls of this historic hotel?

(Las Vegas 2001)

Watrous School house

Do ghosts inhabit this old schoolhouse?

(Waltrous 2001)

White Oaks School house

Do spirits roam the hallways of this historic school house?

(White Oaks 2001)

White Oaks Cemetery

Is this historic cemetery haunted or are the ghost stories nothing but urban legend?

(White Oaks 2001)

Ancho Ghost Town

Are ghosts hiding in the deserted buildings of this old town?

(Ancho 2001)

My House of Old Things

Do ghosts attach themselves to objects?

(Ancho 2001)

Bent House

Does a governor of New Mexico haunt his old home?

(Taos 2001)

Kit Carson House

Does the friendly spirit of Kit Carson occupy his former home?

(Taos 2001)

Bandelier National Monument

Do spirits still roam the ruins and kivas of this famous national monument?

(Bandelier 2001)

Jemez Monument

Spirits still roam this historic spanish church and it's ruins.

(Jemez 2001)

Anton Ghost Town

Very little remains of this old townsite, except for it's ghosts..

(Anton 2001)

Mine Shaft Tavern

Do the ghosts of miners haunt this old tavern?

(Madrid 2001)

Madrid Cemetery

Do ghosts wander about this old cemetery?

(Madrid 2001)

Church Street Cafe #2

Once the home of the Ruiz family, the cafe is now haunted by a former resident named Sarah.

(Old Town Albuquerque 2001)

Los Penitente Ruins

An investigation of  a haunted penitente ruin in northern New Mexico.

(Canadian river canyon 2001)

Albuquerque Press Club

The ghost of Mrs. M has been spotted at the bar. Other unusual phenomena has also been
reported in this historic building. KOAT Action 7 news accompanied us on another investigation to this historic building in an attempt to isolate the phenomena.

(Albuquerque 2002)

Albuquerque Press Club #2

The ghost of Mrs. M has been spotted at the bar. Other unusual phenomena has also been
reported in this historic building. KOAT Action 7 news accompanied us on another investigation to this historic building in an attempt to isolate the phenomena.

(Albuquerque 2002)

El Rancho Hotel

Once a grande hacienda, the historic building was the choice of accommodations for several
movie stars that filmed productions in the local area. It is now a hotel. Do the restless spirits of the famous still roam about the building?

(Gallup 2002)

The Griggs House

This historic hacienda has a colorful past and is perhaps one of the most haunted buildings in historic Mesilla. Numerous sightings of ghosts and ghostly activity have been reported by workers who have painted blue crosses over all of the doors.

(Mesilla 2002)

Quarai Mission Ruins

Three of Quarai's Spanish priests were head of the New Mexico Inquisition during the 1600s. Numerous "incidents" during its tormented past may be keeping the dead abit unsettled.

(Quari 2002)

Abo Mission

Abo State Monument. Ruins left by former tompiros division of the Pito Indians, on Arroyo Empedradillo. First mentioned in 1598 by Juan de Onate. It seems that some of the priests preferred to stay around.

(Abo 2002)

New Mexico State Penitentiary

When State Police marched into the Penitentiary of New Mexico on Feb. 3, 1980, they didn't retake the prison from rioting inmates so much as they occupied the charred shell after the riot had burned itself out. Thirty-three inmates were found dead inside -- some of them horribly butchered by their fellow prisoners. Perhaps one of the most haunted locations in North America!!!

(Santa Fe 2002)

Bernalillo County Courthouse

The second courthouse built in Albuquerque, the building now lies empty.

Sightings of apparitions and other unusual occurrences may indicate that it is now haunted. SGHA investigates the historic building to discover if there are any signs of a possible haunting with a local journalist in tow.

(Albuquerque 2003)

Monte Carlo Restaurant

This restaurant and lounge in Grants New Mexico is rumored to be haunted.

(Grants 2003)

The Repeat Boutique

Once Silver City's movie theater, it is now the home of many ghosts.

(Silver City 2003)

Glorieta Battlefield

The "Gettysburg of the West" was fought just east of Santa Fe and like many battlefields, its rumored to be haunted.

(Glorieta 2003)

Georgetown Cemetery

The only surviving remnant of this once bustling silver town has had sightings of unusual things after the sun has gone down.

(Georgetown 2003)

New Mexico State TB Sanitarium

Now deserted, this hospital has had reports of strange glowing balls moving about its ruins at night.

(Socorro 2004)

The Bridge to Nowhere

The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is rumored to be haunted by several ghosts that tempt the living to jump to their deaths.

(Taos 2005)

Prized Possessions

Owners of the establishment report a variety of occurrences from phantom animals, apparitions, voices, moving objects, etc.

(Corrales 2005)

Foster's Hotel

Several witnesses have reported seeing apparitions in this old building. Is this historic hotel in Chama haunted by some of its former citizens?

(Chama 2005)

Val Verde Battlefield

Many men were killed in this infamous battle south of Socorro. Is it haunted?

(Val Verde 2005)

La Fonda Hotel #2

The inn at the end of trail is believed to be haunted by at least half a dozen various spirits including a bride, a judge and a cowboy.

(Santa Fe 2005)

Alfredo's Cafe

Strange reports of ghostly activity have been reported here including the feeling of being watched by a unseen presence and unusual cold spots. Is this historic building haunted by a Spanish Soldier or is there another explanation for the mysterious occurrences?

(Old Town Albuquerque 2006)

The Manual Springer House

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

(Old Town Albuquerque 2006)

The Old Town Chapel

La Capilla de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Chapel , often referred to as the "chapel in Old Town" is rumored to be haunted by a "Lady in Black". Is there any evidence to support this conclusion or are the stories a product of myth building?

(Old Town Albuquerque 2006)

A Confederate Soldier in Old Town?

According to local legend, the ghost of a Confederate soldier has been seen on San Felipe Street in Old Town Albuquerque. The ghost has been seen riding a phantom horse and walking north from the plaza. Is there any validity to the stories?

(Old Town Albuquerque 2006)

Cafe Au Lait

Is this historic building in Old Town Albuquerque haunted by Mr. Garcia and his friends?

(Old Town Albuquerque 2006)

The Old Town Emporium

Is this historic building in Old Town Albuquerque haunted by a restless spirit?

(Old Town Albuquerque 2006)

The Legal Tender Saloon

Pflueger General Merchandise Store and Annex Saloon was opened in 1818 and was the actual saloon where Billy The Kid was brought, in shackles, for his last meal before being executed. The former saloon and eatery had occupied a two-story Victorian building along the town's main drag and was renamed The Pink Garter Saloon in 1950. Eventually the building changed it's name again to the Legal Tender in 1969. The old building is rumored to be haunted as well.

(Lamy 2006)

St. Vincent's Hospital, La Residencia

Five hospitals in all were built in Santa Fe; the last one was secularized in 1976. The first, named the Old Seminary, was built in 1853 next to the site of the present day St. Francis Cathedral. That building was remodeled in 1865 and was used as a hospital, convent, and nurses' residence. In 1885, a new hospital was build and called the St. Vincent Sanitarium. In 1886 an annex was built, later to become La Residencia Nursing Home. Is it haunted?

(Santa Fe 2006)

New Mexico State Penitentiary

When State Police marched into the Penitentiary of New Mexico on Feb. 3, 1980, they didn't retake the prison from rioting inmates so much as they occupied the charred shell after the riot had burned itself out. Perhaps one of the most haunted locations in North America!!! Our second visit to "Old Main".

(Santa Fe 2007)

La Fonda Hotel #3

The inn at the end of trail is believed to be haunted by at least half a dozen various spirits including a bride, a judge and a cowboy.

During this investigation, we also tested the K-2 meter during the recording of EVP. The results are on video and are quite interesting.

(Santa Fe 2007)

   

 

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