With its rich Wild West history New Mexico has no shortage of fodder for ghost stories, and no shortage of great places to haunt. If you haven't taken your own ghost tour of New Mexico, now is the time to do it. You might decide you can’t leave (after all, that’s what the ghosts did!)
As you walk the picturesque and historic streets of Taos, it may occur to you that there is something more to Taos than meets the eye in the light of day. Some lingering spirit may have left its mark in the very spot you’re standing. These Taos ghosts are just as much a part of the landscape as the towering hollyhocks, dusty petunias, bancos, portals, and adobe walls of Taos Plaza.
White Shell Water Place is Santa Fe's original Tewa Indian name for a settlement that dates back to before 1100 AD. Many souls have lived here and some still remain. Want to encounter them? Take The Original Santa Fe Ghost Tour. Learn about our most famous ghost, Julia Staab, featured on Unsolved Mysteries. Hear about our Smelly Ghost: Will it assault your nostrils? Possibly encounter La Llorona, the spirit that Santa Fe mothers warn their kids about, not allowing them to play by the Santa Fe River. Skeptical? That's okay—come spook about and see evidence on the tour.
A 90-minute, paranormal-themed riding tour inside the Breaking Bad RV! Visit the show’s most popular locations and conduct real ghost hunts at places rumored to be haunted.
Legends, folklore, ghost stories, and history come to life as you depart on an intriguing excursion through 306 years of haunted history. Old Town Albuquerque was founded in 1706, and for more than three centuries, people have lived and died around the Old Town Plaza. The historic buildings and dark alleys conceal the long-forgotten secrets of battles, murders, hangings, and hidden cemeteries.
Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Tours
Beneath the towering office buildings and twinkling lights of modern downtown Albuquerque lurk the memories of public hangings, duels, horrific murders, and locations haunted by those who have passed over to the other side. Tales of vengeful lovers, murdered soldiers, and mysterious specters await around every turn. What better way to experience Albuquerque's history than to possibly come face to face with a spirit from the past?
The 90-minute Albucreepy Downtown Ghost Walk will guide you past 1.3 miles of Albuquerque’s darker side, including historic (and reportedly haunted) sites such as the KiMo Theater, Kiva Auditorium, old Bernalillo County Courthouse, the Wool Warehouse, the former red-light district known as “Hell’s Half Acre,” and more. Albucreepy tour guides are experienced paranormal investigators.
As you walk, your guide will reveal vivid accounts of Albuquerque’s most popular ghosts, explain methods used to detect paranormal activity, and discuss previous investigations at downtown locations. While some tour participants have experienced unusual activity, we can’t guarantee ghostly phenomena.