Ghosts of oceania - those taken by the tides


In 1884, Sarah started the construction of the mansion. The workers and builders worked both day and night until they could complete the seven-story house. She did not hire any architect but instead made additions to the building in whichever fashion that came to mind with the home containing several oddities including doors and stairs that do not lead anywhere while windows overlook other rooms. The oddities are linked to Sarah’s belief in ghosts. The house was seven-storey high before the 1906 earthquake but has since been reduced to four stories.

The ghost said to reside therein, that of a six-year-old boy, has been the subject of dozens of newspaper and magazine articles, book chapters, and even a few investigations by local ghost hunter groups. It’s a rare Halloween in Albuquerque when one or more news outlets doesn’t carry some mention of the KiMo ghost. For such a public and well-known ghost story, it had received very little skeptical scrutiny until 2007,when I decided to look into the case, joined by Albuquerque writer Mike Smith.

The wettest weather from rain can be found from the South Central coast to much of the San Joaquin Valley and all the Sierra. Southernmost sections of this area are a little questionable, but at least some rain seems likely.


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