The below photos show you what is found in what is now called the BLAIR WTICH SANTA FE LANE or the BLAIR WITCH SANTA FE GLADES.
Note how high this odd stones are, who is going to climb up there and set them in place? Again, is this art by way of some person with strange tastes? Or are the weird beards correct, this is OCCULT art, symbols for bad MOJO? Below this is dangling from a tree limb.
ABOVE: The way out there (late) artist GEORGIA O'KEEFE (her museum is in Santa Fe) would have liked the kind of MOJO or invoking art that is found in this part of Santa Fe. The photo above, I wager that is a real skull, Georgia O'Keefe had no limits in her professional or personal life.Below: Kind of witchy photo -- Georgia atop her house, BRUJA-pose.
There is a stream that is very close to this BLAIR WTICH SANTA FE glades. According to some ghost hunters, LA LLORONA travels this riverbed. Others think the bad mojo of the water or stagnant water areas, gives power to the bad thaangs that haunt the thickets and also give negative juice to the occult art or symbols. HMMM?
Strange stuff is found in the Blair Witch Santa Fe glade.
ABOVE: At dusk, before we go down the Blair Witch Santa Fe path, Mosses points to some occult design or witch art. BELOW: Some thaaaangs placed in the trees---on this eeeeeeeerie path.
The Blair Witch path in Santa Fe along with Spook Lane is linked to some witchy or scary stories.
Below: On tour, one person looks back to the Blair Witch Santa Fe area, something was there...
AT DUSK: Looking back toward the BLAIR WITCH SANTA FE area, that intersects Spook Lane. This lady on my tour got the bad mojo vibe!
A strange area, on SPOOK LANE which connects to THE BLAIR WITCH PATH or WITCH LANE, loaves of bread were put up on the centuries old wall. Logic says, the bread was left for animals, the paranormalists think it is an offering or invoking. TURE OR FALSE -- the bread was placed on the wall, on specific witching days. Hmm? One thing is certain the place can be creepy and at times there is paranormal activity in this tract that dates back to the days of the Conquistadors.
Skeptics think there nothing to the bread on the wall, however, other odd things are found on these paths. This gives fuel to the idea that some paranormalists have -- food offering - for invoking. The DANCE OF THE SKELETONS, below? Nooooo. However strange things have been registered on ghost meters on this tract and on rare occasions at night people have been pushed or felt a choking sensation.
Below on a history and ghost tour, headed away PRONTO from the notorious WITCH PATH. Yes this LA LLORONA area does at times creep out a person or people -- due to the sometimes -strong- paranormal activity.
The above lady on ALLAN's tour got a bad or strange feeling at this part of the lane, then later on -- the following-- below--- on a off shoot lane--- The Weird Beards surmised that his lady on the tour felt some type of activity had happened here, and later on with the below photo she was proven to be right as in BAAAD MOJO. Well it is creeeeeepy art or occult art, or worse, demeaning symbol?
Above: The Blair Witch nest from the film, is this a coincidence or did the maker of the Santa Fe thaaangs mimic the BLAIR WITCH MOVIE? This area through the centuries has been tied into all kinds of paranormal lore and facts.
ABOVE: ANOTHER TIME OF THE YEAR, NO IDEA WHAT THISE MEANS--Somebody staked out these large twigs around this oblong thaang. BELOW: FROM THE BLAIR WITCH LANE ONTO THE BLOCKED OFF SPOOK LANE.