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I was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. However the border city town of Eagle Pass Texas has always been a big part of my life growing up as well as the across border city of Piedras Negras Coahuila Mexico.
So I know both city towns very well and I can tell you that there is just to much rich history here and I can tell you that Fort Duncan City Park is a very haunted place. Just across the park is former fort Duncan Hospital that since
it's closure and relocation? The former hospital building still remains and is now a blood and tissue donation facility; there has been many sightings
of ghost, disembodied voices, strange noises, and apparitions.|
Submitted by Orinthia
Categories: fort, building, hospital, park, noises
My grandmother lives in Las Minas Siesta Acres and a soldier from a long time back knocked on her door, and when she went to answer it he was gone. Has anyone else ever had a soldier ghost knock on their door? I wonder what the hell he wanted.
Submitted by Chris
Comment by Eric: I live in Las Minas, and back in the late 1800s before ''Las Minas'' was a thing. When soldiers would die they would bury them in this neighborhood until they used this land to make houses.
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