January 29, 2009 at am (Ghost, horror, spirit, Stories) (ghost stories, Ghosts, Haunted Places, mexico, scary places, Spirits) Alamogordo – cemetery and canyon road – many people and especially the older residents of Alamogordo have claimed to have seen a woman dressed in white in the cemetery late at night and also along and up canyon road as far as the scenic extension floating, and always at night.
What she is looking for and why she is there is unsure.
First off its called The Arroyo and the woman’s name is “La Llorona.” its an old legend told to children by their parents. Albuquerque – Carrie Tingly children’s hospital-1113 university blvd.
A witness saw her in the IT room at the opposite end of the building.
She simply walked through the closed door and stood and stared at them.
Alamogordo – The old hospital – You can hear moaning and crying at night because of deaths of people who were suffering at the hospital and it is cold by the area and you could see shadows by windows.
Albuquerque – The old Salvador Armijo House, now “Maria Teresa” Restaurant – This house dates back to 1840, and has been occupied in one form or the other up to the present.
The tradition is to place a donut backstage before opening night of any performance so things go right, i.e. There are two other entities that seem to be much older than the young boy. These entities seem to be from that era, where as the boy is more contemporary.
Albuquerque – Job Corps – By the lunch room there is a nun that is sometimes carrying a baby.Albuquerque – Abandoned Insane Asylum – There is an Abandoned Insane Asylum on the corner of Edith and Osuna.The asylum is owned by the neighbors and are strict about trespassing.You can see a lantern swinging as if someone is walking down the trail and you can see an apparition of an old man coming after you.It is said that the old man used to live in the man caves at the top of the hill and kill prostitutes up there on the weekends.There is loud yelling and screaming in rooms that are vacant and sometimes women are shaken until they wake up by what seems to feel like children’s hands.