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Santa Fe Ghosts

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October 23, 2020 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm


An online event by the Original Ghost Tour of Santa Fe, New Mexico

October 23rd, 2020, 5 p.m.

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White Shell Water Place (“Ogapoge”) is Santa Fe’s original Tewa Indian name for a settlement that dates back to before 1100 AD.  Many souls have lived here and some are still here. Want to encounter them?

My name is Peter Sinclaire, and I have been leading this tour since 1993.  I have interacted with over 20,000 ghostwalkers, so on the tour you’ll hear about the experiences of tour participants with Santa Fe’s spirits, as well as the spirits themselves.

Learn about our most famous ghost, Julia Staab, featured on the TV program, Unsolved Mysteries. Hear about our Smelly Ghost—will it assault your nostrils?  Possibly encounter La Llorona, the spirit that Santa Fe mothers warn their kids about, not allowing them to play by the Santa Fe River.  Skeptical?  That’s okay: come spook about and see evidence on the tour.

Learn more about the Original Ghost Tour of Santa Fe at

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