Southwestern Ghosts and Hauntings

Read about ghost stories, hauntings, and the paranormal from the southwestern United States including Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and just so they don't feel left out, Hawaii.
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USS Lexington (The Blue Ghost) - Corpus Christi, Texas  During the war, the Japanese reported sinking the ship multiple times only to have the US Navy to debunk the ship saying that it is still afloat.  Wartime Japanese radio announcer Tokyo Rose proclaimed that the US had a ghost ship.  The US sailors on board the Lexington like it and the name stuck and the ship became known as the "The Blue Ghost"... but some say the old crew still man this ship...  Read the full story>>

USS Lexington (The Blue Ghost) - Corpus Christi, Texas During the war, the Japanese reported sinking the ship multiple times only to have the US Navy to debunk the ship saying that it is still afloat. Wartime Japanese radio announcer Tokyo Rose proclaimed that the US had a ghost ship. The US sailors on board the Lexington like it and the name stuck and the ship became known as the "The Blue Ghost"... but some say the old crew still man this ship... Read the full story>>

La Llorona (Weeping Woman) of Southwestern America and Beyond: In the southwestern United States as well as Mexico and South America, there is a legend among Hispanics that tell of La Llorona or the "weeping woman" who haunts the rivers, streams, lakes and oceans. It if a person mistreats their family, La Llorona will pay you a visit, marking you for death and try to drag them to watery grave.  Read the full story>>

La Llorona (Weeping Woman) of Southwestern America and Beyond: In the southwestern United States as well as Mexico and South America, there is a legend among Hispanics that tell of La Llorona or the "weeping woman" who haunts the rivers, streams, lakes and oceans. It if a person mistreats their family, La Llorona will pay you a visit, marking you for death and try to drag them to watery grave. Read the full story>>

La Llorona (Weeping Woman) of Southwestern America and Beyond: In the southwestern United States as well as Mexico and South America, there is a legend among Hispanics that tell of La Llorona or the "weeping woman" who haunts the rivers, streams, lakes and oceans. It if a person mistreats their family, La Llorona will pay you a visit, marking you for death and try to drag them to watery grave.  Read the full story>>

La Llorona (Weeping Woman) of Southwestern America and Beyond: In the southwestern United States as well as Mexico and South America, there is a legend among Hispanics that tell of La Llorona or the "weeping woman" who haunts the rivers, streams, lakes and oceans. It if a person mistreats their family, La Llorona will pay you a visit, marking you for death and try to drag them to watery grave. Read the full story>>

La Llorona (Weeping Woman) of Southwestern America and Beyond: In the southwestern United States as well as Mexico and South America, there is a legend among Hispanics that tell of La Llorona or the "weeping woman" who haunts the rivers, streams, lakes and oceans. It if a person mistreats their family, La Llorona will pay you a visit, marking you for death and try to drag them to watery grave.  Read the full story>>

La Llorona (Weeping Woman) of Southwestern America and Beyond: In the southwestern United States as well as Mexico and South America, there is a legend among Hispanics that tell of La Llorona or the "weeping woman" who haunts the rivers, streams, lakes and oceans. It if a person mistreats their family, La Llorona will pay you a visit, marking you for death and try to drag them to watery grave. Read the full story>>

Ghost of Emma Crawford - Manitou Springs, Colorado   In central Colorado in the shadow of Pike's Peak, the town of Manitou Springs lies nestled in between the surrounding mountains just west of Colorado Springs. Visitors have come to take in the mineral spring waters and breath in the clean mountain air.  Emma Crawford moved to Manitou Springs in 1889 to try and heal her tuberculosis.  Many say she still roams the mountain side over looking the own where she liked to take walks.  Read more>>

Ghost of Emma Crawford - Manitou Springs, Colorado In central Colorado in the shadow of Pike's Peak, the town of Manitou Springs lies nestled in between the surrounding mountains just west of Colorado Springs. Visitors have come to take in the mineral spring waters and breath in the clean mountain air. Emma Crawford moved to Manitou Springs in 1889 to try and heal her tuberculosis. Many say she still roams the mountain side over looking the own where she liked to take walks. Read more>>

It is believed that spirits of dead miners haunt the remains of the gold mines at Vulture Mines, Arizona  Read the full story>>

It is believed that spirits of dead miners haunt the remains of the gold mines at Vulture Mines, Arizona Read the full story>>

Dark Phantoms of Robb Canyon - Reno, Nevada: About 15 miles north of Lake Tahoe, just west of Reno, Nevada the is a small canyon that runs to the north and south called Robb Canyon.  A serene, beautiful valley that was a haven to get away to.  That all changed in the early 70's when someone exploring the canyon made a gruesome discovery. Read the full story>>

Dark Phantoms of Robb Canyon - Reno, Nevada: About 15 miles north of Lake Tahoe, just west of Reno, Nevada the is a small canyon that runs to the north and south called Robb Canyon. A serene, beautiful valley that was a haven to get away to. That all changed in the early 70's when someone exploring the canyon made a gruesome discovery. Read the full story>>

Through the mid 1800s, Archibald Gardner was a pioneer who is responsible for building a large part of the infrastructure in two states and a town in Canada where his family immigrated in 1822 to from Kilsyth, Scotland where he was born.  His final days were spent in Utah and some say his spirit still haunts one of his original mills that he constructed in 1848.  Read the full story>>

Through the mid 1800s, Archibald Gardner was a pioneer who is responsible for building a large part of the infrastructure in two states and a town in Canada where his family immigrated in 1822 to from Kilsyth, Scotland where he was born. His final days were spent in Utah and some say his spirit still haunts one of his original mills that he constructed in 1848. Read the full story>>

In Therma, New Mexico around 1889, a saloon called El Monte was built.  Located close to nearby Eagle Nest Lake the town changed its name to Eagle Nest and the saloon became known as the Laguna Vista Saloon.  However, one thing did not change, a bride who was windowed while on her honeymoon there has never left.  Read the full story>>

In Therma, New Mexico around 1889, a saloon called El Monte was built. Located close to nearby Eagle Nest Lake the town changed its name to Eagle Nest and the saloon became known as the Laguna Vista Saloon. However, one thing did not change, a bride who was windowed while on her honeymoon there has never left. Read the full story>>

The Blue Lady of Half Moon Bay - San Francisco, California   During the 1920's, Frank's Place was owned by Frank Torez and although prohibition was in effect, his club would readily serve alcohol. For some reason Frank's Place was never raided by police and some of California's upper class including stars of Hollywood were often seen there.  It seems that one of these regulars however, still call it home.  Read the full story>>

The Blue Lady of Half Moon Bay - San Francisco, California During the 1920's, Frank's Place was owned by Frank Torez and although prohibition was in effect, his club would readily serve alcohol. For some reason Frank's Place was never raided by police and some of California's upper class including stars of Hollywood were often seen there. It seems that one of these regulars however, still call it home. Read the full story>>

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