Haunted Texas: 7 Ghostly Hotspots To Check Out This Fall
With a state as vast as Texas, it's no wonder that there are plenty of stories involving hauntings, ghosts, and other paranormal activity. From old hotels to attractions that you already know, Texas definitely boasts its share of spectral stories. In fact, ghost chasers and enthusiasts of the like come from miles around to investigate these haunted hotspots and the tales that go along with them.
Travel Texas has sought out some of the top haunted places to visit in Texas. Now that the weather is not so blazing hot, this is the perfect time to hit the highway on a ghost hunt of your own. Have you ever experienced a haunting? Many people have at these locations. Look below to see if you recognize any of these.
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I love haunted locations where you can actually stay the night. The Hotel Galvez is such a place. The location has a long haunted history surrounding the heartbroken Lovelorn Lady who ended her life after hearing about the death of her fiance. Beware of the 5th floor. You may hear footsteps running down the hall and doors slamming during the night.
It's said to be the oldest bar in Houston. La Carafe is located within the oldest commercial building which stems back to being a bakery in the 1860s. Reports include shattering bottles and children playing upstairs.
I've seen these in person and from where I was standing...creepy. These mysterious ghost lights that move and change colors have been reported as early as the mid-1800s. Take the drive to Marfa and see if you can catch them.
A real honest-to-goodness ghost town in Texas? You better believe it. You'll find what's left of this town near Big Ben National Park. Now it's mostly remnants of old houses and abandoned shafts from when the mine closed toward the end of World War II.
Another haunted located where you can stay overnight. Sign me up. Spooky tales from this location include the death of a young girl chasing her ball over a ledge as well as suicides in room 525.
If you don't believe in ghosts, the ones here may make sure that you do. The Battle of the Alamo produced hundreds of casualties amping up the spiritual activity. Visitors and staff members alike report apparitions of soldiers roaming the grounds and that's just for starters.
It doesn't need to be on land for it to be haunted in Texas. Visit this location and stay the night, hear ghost stories and even go on a scavenger hunt throughout the ship. This is a great place for those who scare easily. The ghosts here are said to be more mischievous than scary.
There's still time to hit some of these spots before Halloween comes and goes. So, grab the nearest skeptic and head out for some thrill-seeking.
If there's any doubt as to how haunted Texas can get, keep scrolling to see why the Lone Star State makes the list as one of the most haunted states in the nation.