Say it Isn't So - REAL Haunted Houses in Tucson, AZ!
Did you know Tucson, AZ is reported to have real-life haunted houses?
One is at the Tucson University in the Modern Language Arts building.
History tells us that the building was built in 1965 over a decades-old murder site. During construction, her remains were found by the workers in an old well. They failed to report their findings however, because they wanted to avoid any building delays in the construction schedule.
The Language Arts building covers this well, and reports say she has been seen coming into classrooms, gliding down a hallway, and peaking through the windows. She is described as having black hair parted in the middle. She wears a shawl, and a long skirt.
Tucson's other haunted edifice is Velasco Pueblo. It's an adobe home constructed in 1850. The ghost is believed to be Carlos Velasco, a previous owner, and he has been seen several times in various parts of the adobe. It's also reported that clocks have been reset and furniture re-arranged!
More details can be found at Arizona Haunted Houses.
I'm all for Halloween fun, but real life stuff would scare me to death! I can't even watch the TV shows on the subject!
Have a safe and fun Halloween!