The Lodge at Cloudcroft

Cloudcroft, NM

Rebecca, a strikingly beautiful chambermaid with red hair, was murdered when her jealousy-stricken lumberjack boyfriend found her in the arms of another man. Today, The Lodge's "friendly" though mischievous, ghost has been said to wander the halls: moving furniture, flicking lights on and off, and spontaneously igniting fires in fireplaces. 

The new Lodge at Cloudcroft opened on June 1, 1911. The railroad commissioned a Chicago architectural firm design the new Lodge. The central building was designed with a tower element that was flanked by two lower sections of different size but equal mass. This part of the building was designed to contain the two-story lobby,  a two story dining room, and kitchen facilities. The offices of the resident manager were located off of the mezzanine.  

SGHA event at the Lodge in Cloudcroft (2007)

This a a video of pictures that were taken during an event that I participated in at the Lodge at Cloudcroft in 2007. Chris Fleming was a speaker as…

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More information and photos can be found in my book "New Mexico's Most haunted: Exposed"