You can sleep in the bed Jesse James spent the night in, play poker at the same table as Pat Garret and have a drink at the same bar as Buffalo Bill and Wyatt Earp. At the St. James Hotel in Cimarron, New Mexico, you can have the chance to not only see where your favorite historical Wild West figure spent their time, but you may be able to see their paranormal selves as well.
Basketball, music, and group activities aren’t the only things you’ll find at the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Fe, New Mexico. It seems that the promise of a safe, caring, and positive place for kids is enough to keep some around for eternity.
The Job Corps initiative is a successful way for young adults who have had a rough start prepare for a smooth future. The Corps will aid you in finishing your education, train you for a job, and give you a place to stay while doing so. The Job Corps in Albuquerque is no different, except that some of those “living” there may have just been there from a time when the building was an orphanage and boys’ school.
The 150 year-old building that houses the Double Eagle Restaurant has an illustrious history. It was where the treaty that ended the Mexican-American war in 1848 was signed, where Billy the Kid was incarcerated, and where the lovers Armando and Inez lived, died, and haunt to this day.
Gadsden High School in Anthony, New Mexico brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “school spirit.” The Old English building located at the front of the school seems to house not just one or even two ghosts, but four.
This Boys and Girls Club, located on a former burial ground is said to be haunted. Many have reported showers turning off and on randomly during the middle of the night. There is one report of the sound of children playing in the pool though it was covered by a tarp at the time.