Devil's Backbone - Real Texas Hill Country Haunt
- State Highway 32
- Texas Hill Country, TX
- Listing Categories
- Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)
- Open To Public
- Yes - Open To Public
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Devil's Backbone is a beautiful scenic spot that is believed to be haunted by a Native American cattle herder named Drago, a ghostly wolf and the widow of a fatally injured miner. Other ghosts that have been spotted here include Confederate soldiers, Spanish monks, and an apparition that shows up on the hoods of cars as they drive along Purgatory Road.
Nearby Real Haunts
- Julia Ideson Building of the Houston Public Library17.6 miles away
- Old Greenhouse Road17.8 miles away
- Bob Casey Federal Courthouse17.8 miles away
- Jefferson Davis Hospital - Elder Street Artists Lofts18.1 miles away
- La Carafe18.2 miles away
- First Line Apartments25.6 miles away
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