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Dare to Explore Texas's Most Haunted Outdoor Locations

There's something truly eerie about the woods at night. Illuminated only by the moon and the stars, and inhabited by wild creatures, ghosts, and spirits, what might be considered a relaxing walk through the woods during the day turns into a heart-pounding adventure once the sun sets. ##Region##'s Woods have been home to countless legends for ages - from folktales warning of evil spirits lurking behind the dark outlines of trees, to tales of innocent camping trips gone awry, the woods of ##Region## are well known to be home to spirits that are not of this world. Find out where ##Region##'s Most Haunted Woods are, and explore the eerie side of nature - if you dare.
 
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  • Woman Hollering Creek Schertz, TX
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    Many believe this creek was named after La Larona (the Weeping Woman), who is known as the Hispanic boogey-woman. She has appeared everywhere and the story has always been this: a woman drowns her child in a lake/pond/ocean/bathtub/drainage ditch and then spends the rest of eternity waiting for her lost child, desperately looking for it. It is said that if you get too close to where she... Read More

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  •   Devil's Backbone Texas Hill Country, TX
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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. Read More

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  •   Anson Lights Anson, TX
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    These lights can be found sometimes by turning right at Alsupps toward the graveyard just outside of town. You then have to make a right turn down a dirt road that travels along the cemetery. Then, once you're at the crossroads, turn the car around so it is facing the main road. Turn off the engine, and flash the headlights three times. It is rumored that after a few minutes, a white... Read More

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  • Shafter Lake Andrews, TX
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    This lake was named after Major General William Rufus Shafter, who found it in 1875. The town became a ghost town after it lost a county-seat war with nearby Andrews. People say a ghostly Lady in White wanders the graveyard since that time, and that a phantom Confederate troop and their horses may come galloping by during the full moon. It is believed it is Shafter and his men. Read More

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