Plaza Hotel

Las Vegas, NM

Byron T. Mills, the hotel’s former owner, is believed that his to haunt Room 310 of the Plaza Hotel. A photograph of the ghost is supposedly kept behind the front desk that was taken near his room. The hotel's employees say the ghost has been known to open and close drawers or sit on the beds of female guests. Witnesses also have detected the smell of his cigar smoke.

Plaza Hotel, Las Vegas, NM (Ghost Photo Explained)

With the majority of the witness's claims addressed, the final thing was to analyze the ghost photographs that are kept at the hotel. Deanna, a …

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Plaza Hotel, Las Vegas, NM (Ghost Stories with skeptical commentary)

The Clovis News Journal publishes the first written account of the Plaza Hotel having a ghost on March 9th, 1983.    " A ghost who haunts the …

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Plaza Hotel, Las Vegas, NM (Analysis of the ghost story and paranormal claims)

One of the most important considerations that have to be determined is the longevity of the haunting. However, the actual history conflicts with …

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Plaza Hotel, Las Vegas, NM (Ghost Stories)

One of the ghosts stories of the Plaza Hotel comes in October of 1992. They were published in the New Mexican newspaper and written by T.J. …

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Read more about the Plaza Hotel in my book "New Mexico's Most Haunted: Exposed"

For decades ghostly tales have been told across the land of enchantment. New Mexico's macabre past has created its share of phantoms. From by-gone gunfighters and wealthy socialites to murdered prostitutes and children, their tragic lives have left an imprint in time and legend. For 20 years ghost investigator Cody Polston has searched New Mexico's famous haunted locations for evidence of the supernatural. Now, for the first time, the complete findings of all of his investigations are revealed. The ghost stories and history of New Mexico's most haunted places are fascinating, but are they really haunted by ghosts?