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The rise in popularity of ghost hunting across the nation has made its way to the spiritual town of Taos, where ghost hunting tours of historic Taos Plaza are being offered by New Mexico Research and Investigation of the Paranormal (NMRIP).
Led by Melody Romancito, NMRIP’s two hour Ghost Walking Tours are especially popular around Halloween and provide background on the history of the locations that are alive with paranormal activity.
Romancito said that she and others have had many personal and paranormal experiences on ghost walks at several historic Taos locations along Bent Street, Ledoux Street, and Kit Carson Road, among other locations. In addition to walking tours, Romancito and NMRIP have conducted several paranormal investigations and captured evidence of activity at several historic buildings in Taos including Moby Dickens Bookshop, John Dunn House, Old Holy Cross Hospital and the Governor Bent House and Museum over the past five years.
“I think that anywhere humans have lived for any amount of time, it’s likely to create paranormal activity. Taos has its share of broad-spectrum paranormal experiences; there’s a lot going on here,” Romancito said. “Most of those experiences are wonderful but there is an interesting, complex side to it that will definitely brush up against you in the dark.”
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