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History and Mystery of New Mexico
New Mexico has always been called the Land of Enchantment, but no one has ever asked why. It is not because of the unusual beauty of the land or the quiet serenity of the desert at sunset. No, it is because New Mexico is and has always been a land of ghosts, violent death and supernatural occurrences. In these pages you will read about the famed Haunted Mesa written by Louis Lamour as well as the ghost of Black Jack Ketchum who appeared to a very scared Boy Scout at Philmont. The City of Albuquerque seems to have almost as many ghosts as living residents and the City of Santa Fe even has ghosts wandering around inside some of its government buildings. From the famous St. James Hotel to the cemetery at the ghost town of White Oaks, the ghosts that still haunt the State of New Mexico are presented in all of their glory and sadness. Perhaps you have dined at a haunted restaurant and been waited on by a waitress who was actually a ghosts. Such an event had happened to many in a well known eatery in New Mexico. If your like a good mystery, then this is the book for you.
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