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Old Southwestern General Hospital - Real El Paso Haunt

  • 1221 N. Cotton St.
  • El Paso, TX
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This hospital is rumored to be haunted by a ghostly nurse who likes to change the bedsheets and wander the halls of the empty fourth floor. Since 1936 there has been strange activity reported here. A psychic once claimed to sense a woman's spirit and a man who died in an elevator.
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  • Encounter

    Worked there from 1993-1994 had multiple experiences elevator doors opened on own, pushed the 1st floor in elevator took me down to basement, call lights going on with no patients on floor.

    Posted 9/28/23

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  • Worked in Lab 1995 - 1998

    Worked graveyard shift in the laboratory from 1995 to 1998. Never witnessed a spirit. However, the top floor and roof were not readily accessible. Was told two suicides (jumper and poison) walked the halls. Also, an elevator malfunction victim also walked the halls at night.

    Posted 10/2/21

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