Quarai Mission

Visitors to this seventeenth century Spanish mission are surprised to find the ghost of a conquistador still guarding the ruins. He enters through one of the gaps in the adobe walls and is surrounded by a blue-white light. He wears a tabard bearing the symbol of the Calatrava, a Spanish military religious group.

Quarai Mission (Paranormal Claims)

The following entry is in the book " The Haunted Places, The National Directory" by Dennis William Hauck. Visitors to this seventeenth century …

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Quarai Mission (History and Description)

Like Abó and Las Humanas, red-walled Quarai was a thriving pueblo when Oñate first approached it in 1598 to "accept" its oath of allegiance to …

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