DWI Office in Alamogordo, New Mexico

The DWI Office in Alamogordo, New Mexico has had claims made by the employees of the building being haunted. Formerly a sheriff’s office and cell block, it is believed to be haunted by the prisoners who possibly died or were executed in the place.

Pickens County Courthouse

During the Civil War, the first courthouse in Carrollton was burned downed by the Union Army during the Civil War; this was done as an act of humiliation rather than an attack. The second built courthouse, the Carrollton Courthouse caught fire and burned down on November 16th, 1876. The cause of the blaze is still unknown to this day. The third courthouse’s construction began. Everyone blamed a rowdy African-American man named Henry Wells, who lived outside of town for the fire. The sheriff arrested him and locked him up in the attic of a building that would become the new courthouse.