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Texas's Haunted Museums - Haunts with Shocking History

As with ##Region##'s Haunted Theaters, many of ##Region##'s local Museums are believed to be haunted as well. Home to a variety of historical items and artifacts, museums are a well known hot-spot for paranormal activity. It's widely believed that some spirits latch on, or tether themselves to items that were of great importance to them before passing, and as home to numerous historical artifacts, it's no wonder that some spirits make their home at museums! Some museums are even located on historical grounds - battlefields, historical homes, old prisons, and other historically significant locales where soldiers, politicians, writers, and many others lived, and passed on. Find out more about ##Region##'s real Haunted History - visit a local Haunted Museum today!
 
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  •   Magoffin Homestead El Paso, TX
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    This home dates back to 1875 when it was built by El Paso mayor Joseph Magoffin. His family lived in the home until 1976, when the City of El Paso and the State of Texas purchased it. The location is believed to be haunted by a few ghosts, including that of Charles Richardson, Joseph Magoffin’s brother-in-law and best friend. Another is Uncle Charlie who rocks in in the rocking chair... Read More

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    This location is said to be haunted by a ghostly woman who appears in an upper window of a 2-story house at the southwest end of the complex. Some believe she is the wife of the rancher who originally built the house. Read More

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  •   Museum of the Southwest Midland, TX
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    This museum is believed to be haunted by a former owner, who was murdered here when the location was a private home. The ghost is said to haunted the upstairs of the building. Read More

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    This museum is housed inside the Champion Building, which was built in 1899 as a dry goods store and private residence. Now as a museum, it houses Mexican artifacts from the U.S. Mexican War and features a well-known fish mural painted by a local fisherman in 1906. The building is rumored to be haunted by a young boy and ghostly cat. Read More

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  •   Presidio La Bahía Goliad, TX
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    This fort was founded in 1721 and was the site of many Texas Revolution conflicts including the Battle of Goliad and the Golaid Massacre. People have reported hearing cries of pain and seeing ghostly massacred soldiers. Read More

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