posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 11:26 PM
I used to live in two different houses in El Paso, both were downtown.
One house, built in 1886 was on St.Vrain Street, the walls were pure concrete over 12 inches thick. This is because back then (in the good old days)
folks walked around with guns and shootin' was the way of the land. St.Vrain is almost on the above map but definitely walking distance to City
The other house was built in 1901, again also pure concrete with foot-thick walls. This one was on North Mesa St., right down town as well.
I lived there between 1996 and 1998, and within that time I knew never to be outside at night. We would constantly hear gunshots nearby because of
the heavy gang activity.
El Paso Downtown after dark is deserted. No businesses, nothing, everyone closes up and gets out of there. Every other City I have ever lived in is
completely opposite, once the sun sets the life begins! Not Hell Pass Hole!
I highly suspect this as a HOAX! or misinformation at best.