Investigation of the Palace Hotel, Cripple Creek, CO

SGHA investigates the paranormal claims of ghosts at the Palace Hotel in Cripple Creek, Colorado. Is Miss Kitty really haunting this historic hotel in Cripple Creek? This video was created from footage of our investigation of the hotel in 2001.

New Mexico State Penitentiary report

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.

Ghost Hunt / Investigation report on Fort Phantom Lake.

Lake Fort Phantom Hill is haunted by a ghost known as the "Lady of the Lake".Like most ghost stories, the details change through the years, but those who have seen her say she's there and she's real. The Lady searches the shoreline of the lake for her long lost love. Is it true or is … Read moreGhost Hunt / Investigation report on Fort Phantom Lake.

Ghost hunt, investigation of the Crystal Palace Saloon, Tombstone, AZ

Late at night the sounds of footsteps and voices can be heard throughout the building. Some claim that the ghost of Big Nose Kate haunts the saloon as it was one of her favorite places in life. Other apparitions include unidentified cowboys, who have been seen at the bar and walking about various parts of … Read moreGhost hunt, investigation of the Crystal Palace Saloon, Tombstone, AZ

Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, Investigation Report

Built in 1965, it was called the "Bridge to Nowhere," as there was not enough funding to continue the road from the other side. At 650 feet above the Rio Grande and 1200 feet across, it is the second highest suspension bridge in the United States. Locals in the area say that the bridge is … Read moreRio Grande Gorge Bridge, Investigation Report

Abo Mission, Investigation Report

Abo State Monument. Ruins left by former tompiros division of the Pito Indians, on Arroyo Empedradillo. First mentioned in 1598 by Juan de Onate. Became seat of Mission of San Gregorio, founded 1629 by Fray Francisco de Acevedo, who erected a large church and monastery, the walls of which are still standing. Mysterious glowing balls … Read moreAbo Mission, Investigation Report

Ancho Ghost Town, Investigation Report

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. But Ancho developed another product. A brick factory made cream colored bricks and were used on homes throughout central New Mexico. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, … Read moreAncho Ghost Town, Investigation Report