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Black Jack Ketchum Lives On!

The Death Waltz

The Ghosts of Albuquerque

The Ghost of Guney, Eagle Nest

Kimo Theatre, Albuquerque

La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe

La Posada Hotel in Santa Fe

Luna Mansion in Los Lunas

Madrid - A Haunted Ghost Town

More Haunted Santa Fe, New Mexico

Mystery of Eagle Nest Lodge

The Roswell Incident and the International UFO Museum & Research Center

St James Hotel, Cimarron

Phantom Poker at the St. James

Ghost Hunters at the St. James

Weeping Woman - La Llorona


St James Hote, Cimarron, New Mexico

St James Hotel , Cimarron, New Mexico, Kathy Weiser, June, 2006.

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This old hotel, built in 1872 witnessed over 26 murders during Cimarron's wild days of the late 1800s.  Clay Allison, Black Jack Ketchum and Buffalo Bill Cody have all left their mark on the St. James, as attested by the numerous bullet holes in the ceiling of the main dining room. The old hotel is said to continue to host a number of unearthly guests. The spiritual activity of the hotel has been featured on the popular television shows Unsolved Mysteries and A Current Affair.  



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La Fonda Hotel historic postcard


The La Fonda Hotel is said to host not only travelers visiting Santa Fe, but also several ghosts. La Fonda Hotel historic postcard




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Maxwell Family Graves in Cimarron, New Mexico, Kathy Weiser, July, 2003. 


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