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Solving a Haunting

Are You Afraid of the Dark?


New Mexico, with its milky clay skies and tiny ghost towns, is charming and creepy. History has left scars and badges of honor on our beautiful state, and with any kind of historically significant event comes untold stories, mysteries, folklore and alleged hauntings. This Saturday, Aug. 29 from 7pm to 8pm join the Southwestern Ghost Hunter’s Association at Elena Gallegos Picnic Area (7100 Tramway NE) for "Solving a Haunting," a lecture sure to creep you out, entice you and hopefully educate you on what exactly it means to solve hauntings, and maybe even give you a little more information about some very well known hauntings in our beautiful home state. It’s like "Unsolved Mysteries," except in the Foothills and not a television show. The lecture is open to detectives of all ages and parking costs $2 per vehicle. Bring your kids, bring your neighbors, bring your conspiracy theorist uncle and make a night out of it. For more information visit (Amelia Olson)

Saturday Aug 29, 2015

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7100 Tramway Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111


$2 per vehicle




Bill Pentler

Phone: 505-452-5222
Website: Click to Visit

A lecture by members of the Southwestern Ghost Hunter’s Association.

Mayor Richard J. Berry and the City of Albuquerque’s Parks & Recreation Department, Open Space Division, invite you to a summer of family friendly events during our 2015 Open Space Summer Series.  This popular series features talks, demonstrations, and shows by some of Albuquerque's best speakers, educators, and performers.  All Saturday Sunset Series programs take place at the Elena Gallegos Double Shelter Amphitheater with the exception of Nahalat Shalom Community Klezmer Band on June 13th and Nia demonstration on July 11th which will be at the nearby Elena Gallegos Kiwanis Shelter.  All the Saturday events begin at 7 pm. All talks and performances are free with a $2.00 entry fee per vehicle to the park.  The Elena Gallegos Park is located at the end of Simms Park Road, east of Tramway Boulevard, just north of Academy.  Please check our website, under Open Space Events for more information on the individual events or contact Bill Pentler at 452-5222 or