We’ve taken a long time off and we’re looking forward to resuming tours beginning May 1, 2022! We understand Covid restrictions are lifting but we have decided to wait until our tourism season begins with warm weather and the spring. Thanks for understanding and we are looking forward to seeing you beginning May 1!

Two-day investigation results from Dona Luz Street

The investigation took place October 31, 2021, beginning at 9 p.m. My co-investigator, Scott Geddes, met after I had taken possession of the rental and set up all the equipment. The plan was to sit, talk about Taos history and the paranormal, and generally stir things up like any normal visitor to the sweet little … Continue reading Two-day investigation results from Dona Luz Street

Halloween Investigation at 108B Dona Luz

We are embarking on a paranormal investigation at 108B Dona Luz for Halloween and All Saints Day (Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, 2021). The investigation has been in the works for several months. Our original intention was to have tours earlier in the evening, break for dinner then for a select set of investigators, set … Continue reading Halloween Investigation at 108B Dona Luz

An artist’s rendition of the Taos Tunnels

Underneath the plaza and stretching in all directions is a network of tunnels. Many of these tunnels are mere holes dug in the ground. Others are part of more elaborate networks which have since been turned into storage areas, filled in with dirt or blocked with masonry and shelving. There are some stretches of the … Continue reading An artist’s rendition of the Taos Tunnels

Spooky Stays

Ghosts of Taos podcast, Season 1, Episode 3: Spooky Stays Haunted Hotels and Inn in the Historic District of Taos. Here are a couple of stories about our more active properties. So often I'll get the question, "what's the most haunted hotel in town?" and I would be hard-pressed to have a concise answer because … Continue reading Spooky Stays

Gearing up for the season

It's not our imagination! The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting cooler. that means it will be Halloween soon! Be sure and plan your autumnal vacation in Taos to include a ghost tour! We need 24-hours notice, and there is one evening during the Halloween weekend we will not be available -- … Continue reading Gearing up for the season