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Huebner-Onion Homestead - Leon Valley TX Real Haunts

   
  • Bandera Rd.
  • Leon Valley, TX
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The Huebner Onion Homestead is one of the most haunted places located on the outskirts of San Antonio. Dating back to 1858, the homestead was originally built for Austrian jeweler Joseph Huebner. It was a one-story home that soon after was transformed into a stagecoach inn. After much success running the inn, Huebner opened a horse stand next to the Alamo. However, by 1874, Huebner's empire was about to crash around him. His cattle were stolen and Native American raids went up. He passed away in 1882 and rumors say he may have took his own life. The home is believed to be haunted by Huebner himself. Strange reports here include the steps creaking as though someone is stepping on them, when no one is there. Machinery would click on and off throughout the day, like the laundry press that would heat to a hissing steam on its own, even though it had remained untouched. There were also reports of plates shattering and the sound of distinct notes of piano keys echoing in the breeze. Most common of all were the beating of horse hooves clopping across the yard.
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