New Mexico Haunted As Hell
KiMo Theatre One of the state's most celebrated frequented areas, the tale of the phantom that as far as anyone knows abides in the KiMo Theater peruses like something straight out of an unnerving film. In 1951, a water warmer detonated in the theater, murdering a few people, including a six-year-old named Bobby. His apparition is a ghost, a soul that likes to cause fiendishness. It's convention for entertainers at the KiMo to leave Bobby a little blessing or treat regularly doughnuts to win his fondness and trust so he doesn't meddle with their exhibition. He as far as anyone knows meddles with the power, opens and closes entryways over and again, and drops links and other gear from the roof so as to divert the entertainers and cause them to overlook their lines. Are these accounts valid, and is there actually an apparition that frequents the memorable theater?