Ghosts915- Paso Del Norte Paranormal Society will be showing horror movies at the Wigwam museum located at 110 E. San Antonio street this Friday (4/16). As a celebration to the midway point to Halloween, the movies are free to the community- with a spooky catch!


Doors to the Wigwam museum will open at 7 P.M. and the movie starts at 7:30 P.M. (no word yet on which horror movie will be shown). Popcorn and sodas will be available for a $1 donation. Masks will be required.

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Now, for the fun part. Free candy will also be available, if you show up in a costume and say "Trick or Treat".


Ghosts915 - Paso del Norte Paranormal Society is a non-profit organization who host ghost tours every Saturday, and will be having more movie nights in the month of April. I've actually been on a ghost tour with Ghosts915 and I got to check out the Wigwam Museum after the tour where they had a haunted house.

Their upcoming ghost tour,  the Chinatown Ghost Tour, will be held this coming Saturday (4/17) where they will delve deep into the Chinese and how they were an integral part of El Paso history yet they were shunned and forced underground. Arriving with the railroads, Chinese laborers quickly developed the largest "Chinatown" in Texas. Rumors of tunnels abound in downtown El Paso. Tickets for the Chinatown Ghost Tour are $20. Check out their page for more info on their upcoming tours.

The Wigwam museum itself is an interesting location. Set as headquarters for Ghosts915, it was built in 1883 and began as the Fashion Saloon. Being the first saloon in El Paso with electric lights, the saloon, with gambling and brothel upstairs, quickly became one of the top five saloons in the city.

Filled with such rich history and tons of fun, check out more on Ghosts915 Paso del Norte Paranormal Society here.

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