Haunted Santa Fe
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Santa Fe boasts an incredibly rich multicultural history, and the gorgeous Pueblo architecture conceals a chilling past. Indian spirits haunt the city and the nearby Sangre de Cristo Mountain range. La Llorona, the Wailing Woman, cries along the banks of the Santa Fe River. The unnerving ghost of Julia Staab wanders endlessly through the hallways of the La Posada Hotel. And strange noises and unexplained movements stir in the PERA Building basement. Join local historian and author Ray John de Aragón for a frightening journey into the unknown and the forbidden world of phantasms and the beyond.
The History Press
: 9781467138345
: The History Press
: 09/03/2018
: New Mexico
: Haunted America
: 60 Black And White
: 128
: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
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Traveling storyteller Ray John de Aragón has thrilled audiences with his frightening and enthralling tales of ghosts and the supernatural. Holding advanced degrees in Spanish colonial history, arts, legends and myths of New Mexico, he has presented on these topics for the New Mexico History Museum, the Museum of International Folk Art, the National Hispanic Cultural Center, the University of New Mexico, the College of Santa Fe and many more. He has published fifteen books and has written for and been featured in more than one hundred publications.
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