Camino Real - Real Haunted Place
- 101 S. El Paso St.
- El Paso, TX
- (915) 534-3000
This hotel dates back to 1912 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is well known for its beautiful grand staircase and is believed to be haunted by a ghostly woman. She is said to walk throughout the halls wearing a white gown and a melancholy expression. She is often spotted in the basement of the hotel and is said to be an unhappy spirit.
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My visit at El Camino Real
When I arrived to meet my husband who was already there, my children & I where on our way up, we smelled a strong odor of poop going into & on the elevator. I told my husband when he went to greet us. He said all he smelled a beautiful scent, like Roses. I'm a Sensitive, so I knew something wasn't right. As soon as I kicked my shoes off, I told my children & husband " this place is hunted"! They said "yeah right" then I searched it... they didn't know what to say lol. Then I went to wash my cpap machine ( breathing machine) I saw a piece of it fall in the drain, I called maintenance they came out and did everything they could to find my piece of mouthpiece with no luck! I physically saw it fall in there and it wasn't trapped in any of the piping or the elbow very strange to me. Wish I could have had more time to stay and enjoy the bar in the restaurant maybe on my next trip to El Paso it will be a must.Posted 8/16/17
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