Do you believe in them? Got any stories???? You know Holloman is haunted.
My husband said that at the SFS at night there is a dead cop who roams around. And sometimes he will play tricks on teh front desk and scare them!
the house i grew up in on base was haunted. but dont worry, it was in the section of base that was torn down. but the teenage boy that lived there in the 70,s killed himself and since then, every kid who had his room attempted suicide. it was really creepy in there.
wow that scary..
I was really scared of our house on base I would be in a dead sleep and just feel like someonone was looking at me, always looked like soldiers from back in the day.. So I would just keep my eyes closed and not wake up till it was light.. lol
wow thats creapy when i was in college we lived in the dorm of the person your built are college daughter hung herself lol at night we would always sit on are balcony *cant spell lol* and i would get goose bumps we have a banner that we made with a saying and it went from one end to another and one day when we woke up certain letters fell to the ground we rearranged them and it spelt you will die...we moved out two weeks later lol
My old house on base on Langley something was there. I could feel it. I knew what room too.......the spare room upstairs. When we had Lilly I would not put her in there because I knew something was in it.
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Old Alamogordo Hospital Haunted
It's nearing Halloween -- an appropriate time for a local ghost story.
Located at 1309 Michigan Ave., an old three-story house, originally build as a hospital that served railroad workers, is said to be haunted by a former employee of the hospital.
Originally built in 1908, the house is one of the oldest buildings in Alamogordo.
Over the years, residents have told of a ghostly female presence that has been seen and heard in certain places in the house, including a room in the basement that was actually used as a morgue when it was a hospital.
Many people believe the ephemeral apparition is that of a nurse who worked in the hospital. According to local legend, the nurse was found dead in the house, having either falling from an upstairs landing or being thrown over by a deranged patient.
Today, the house is being used as a recovery house and is owned by a corporation.
"Nurse Kratchet lives in the morgue," said Louse Deming, a member of the corporation, in an interview Friday. "Of course, she has been seen and heard in other parts of the house, too."
"She used to raise pigeons," said Tom Shields, who is heading a current renovation on part of the house. "The uppermost part of the house has open windows where the pigeons could come and go from as they pleased. It didn't smell too good up there."
The home is privately owned and is not open to the public.
No I didnt hear about the one! Where is it????????
There is a place bk home where a bus got hit by a trian and if you park your car on the train tracks and put baby powder on the hood of your car and you put your car in nutural it was get pushed off the tracks. and if you get out and look on your trunk there will be lots of little hand prints!
i have heard about that! i didnt know it was in nm i saw it on a ghost show there is also a place where u little kids died on a bus and they say if u park by the railroad tracks they push the car onto them
back home *iowa* there is the old house you can go to and spend the night **what happend is these parents were watching the 2 girls and 2 neighbor girls and a killer came in and killed everyone there* but i guess when you go into the home it gets creepy ppl say the lights shut off there cameras dont work and there flash lights burn out in college there were a bunch of guys that went like 8 or 9 and they couldnt stay there the whole night!
Nominations for most haunted city in the American West:
Made the final list *
Alamogordo, New Mexico
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Central City, Colorado
Cheyenne, Wyoming *
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Denver, Colorado *
Flagstaff, Arizona *
Fort Reno, Oklahoma
Hollywood, California *
Leavenworth, Kansas *
Los Angeles, California
Monte Vista, Colorado
Newbury Park, California
Prescott, Arizona *
San Antonio, Texas *
San Diego, California *
Santa Fe, New Mexico *
Seattle, Washington *
St. Louis, Missouri *
Tombstone, Arizona *
Tucson, Arizona *
gosh you guys im scared..
Has anyone ever gone to that point in where is it la luz to have the kids push your car over the hill?
that one is silly, but ive done it. it is just a dip in the road that if you look at it it looks uphill, but in actuality it is down. the hand prints dont appear.
hey ok for girls night we should take a road trip and go to all the haunted places around here lol
that would be odd. a bunch of scardie cats riding around trying not to pee our pants. lol. wait till oct. when i want to shock myself into labor.
there is also the hanging tree. in the olden days it was used to hang people. sometimes, and ive seen it, you can see the shadow of a hanging person under it but nothing in the tree to make the shadow.
i didnt believe the tree story till i had to do a research paper in high school about alamogordo. i went to the library and took out a bunch of books about the town and in one is a pic of a guy hanging from the same tree! it was like 100 years ago, but still freaky
No we csn go to teh old command post. its SUPER haunted on base. my husband and some toher cops go up there and they came running out like scared babies!
the last time they went there is an old phone on ethe wall (NOTHING WORKS IN THE BUILDING LIGHTS ECT) and someone said if you are here show your self and the phone started ringing!