Mayor Richard J. Berry and the City of Albuquerque’s Parks & Recreation Department, Open Space Division, invite you to a summer of family friendly events during our 2015 Open Space Summer Series. On August 29th, members of the Southwestern Ghost Hunter’s Association will present a lecture on how to solve … Read moreAlbuquerque Open Space, 2015 Summer Series: Solving a Haunting lecture
"Solving a Haunting" lecture was given for the City of Albuquerque Open Space Summer Series, 2014.
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 … Read moreThe chapel in Old Town Albuquerque that actually isn’t haunted.
SGHA has conducted eight investigations of Old Main from 2002 to 2010. Here is the updated and condensed report from everything that we have done there. http://www.sgha.net/nm/NM_State_Pen.pdf
For the story, check out the video below. After reading several comments about this myth on YouTube, I decided to write a little bit about this particular "ghost" since I was one of the narrators in the video and SGHA was the original entity that investigated and researched this story. There are several … Read moreThe myth of the Hatchet Lady, Old Town Albuquerque
One of the most famous haunts in Albuquerque is the KiMo Theater. A young boy named Bobby Darnall died when a boiler exploded in 1951. The cast and crews of production companies performing at the theater claim that the ghost of Bobby will pull a variety of tricks to sabotage their performances if they do … Read moreKiMO Theater Investigation
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. To view our report, click the … Read moreManual Springer House, Albuquerque, NM (The ghost of Scarlet)
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. To view our report, click the … Read moreA Confederate Ghost in Old Town Albuquerque?
According to the stories, 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. To view our report, click the link below. http://www.sgha.net/nm/woolwarehouse.pdf
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 … Read moreGhost hunt / Investigation of the Capilla de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Chapel, (Chapel in Old Town) Albuquerque, NM