Haunted Army Posts & Battle Grounds in Texas
Across ##Region##, there are numerous abandoned and retired Army Posts and Battle Grounds that are haunted by soldiers of years gone by. If you love local history as much as you love Haunt Seeking, then you'll want to check out one of STATE's Haunted Army Posts and Battle Grounds, many of which are open to the public, and some of which even offer educational guided tours!
USS Lexington Corpus Christi, TX
It is said that the retired US Navy vessel, the USS Lexington is said to be haunted by the ghost of the engine room operator, who died in battle. The operator, who name is unknown, was a kind man, and his ghost has never harmed a visitor to the engine room. Instead, visitors have reported that the ghost has offered them guided tours from an expert. Read More
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Categories: Real Haunted Army Posts / Battle Grounds
The Alamo San Antonio, TX
The Alamo was originally built as a mission, which served as a base to Christianize Native Americans in the 18 Century. The mission became a fort during the Texan Revolution, a series of battles between the Mexican army and a militia of Texans and adventurers who gathered in Texas to defeat the Mexican army. At the Alamo in February and March of 1836, a two-week battle raged between 146... Read More