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Real Haunted Places Across Texas

Across ##Region##, there are countless locations that are believed to be haunted, ranging from houses & hotels, to lighthouses, roadways, and wooded areas - ghosts and spirits don't seem to discriminate when it comes to what locations they're haunting! Find out all about Texas's unique haunted locales, many of which are open to the public, and if you're feeling very brave, visit one of these exciting haunted places!
 
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  •   Bragg Road Fort Worth, TX
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    Bragg Road in Fort Worth is a well known hot spot for paranormal activity. The infamous road is known to be the location of countless sightings of the Ghost Road Light, which is also known as the Saratoga Light, Bragg Road Light, or the Big Thicket Light. The light appears to travelers at night while on the road between Saratoga and the extinct village of Bragg Station. Before the... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Nature & Outdoors (ie. Haunted Woods)

  •   Aztec Theater San Antonio, TX
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    The Aztec Theater is a historic theater that is located in downtown San Antonio. It is known to be haunted by spirits that are believed to be overworked projection operators. One of the spirits that have been spotted at the theater is that of a phantom operator in the projection booth. The ghost would play tricks on whoever was operating the projector. Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Theaters

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    The Julia Ideson Building, the former public library of Houston now used as a research center, is said to be haunted by Jacob Frank Cramer, who once worked as a long-serving night watchman at the building. Cramer was known to play his violin in the top floors of the building late into the night. Library staff found his dead body on the library's top floor. However, it is said Cramer has... Read More

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  •   Presidio-La Bahia Goliad, TX
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    Presidio-La Bahia is a fort located in Goliad, Texas. Its official name is Presidio Nuestra Señora de Loreto de la Bahía and it was built and utilized by the Spanish Army. The fort was originally founded in 1721 and it was home to many Texas Revolution conflicts, including the Battle of Goliad and the Goliad Massacre. The fort is known to be a hot spot for paranormal activity and... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Army Posts / Battle Grounds

  •   Huebner-Onion Homestead 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... Read More

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  •   Majestic Theatre San Antonio, TX
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    The Majestic Theatre is located in the heart of downtown San Antonio. It was once the second largest theatre in the United States, seating just over 2,200 guests. The theater was designed in the late 1920s and is believed to be haunted by more than just one ghost. Some odd occurrences at this old theater include disembodied footsteps and voices and a female spirit who likes to appear... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Theaters

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    Several entities reguarly reveal themselves at the University of the Incarnate Word. The figure of a young boy bouncing a ball has been seen on multiple ocassions on the third floor of the administration building. The fourth floor had once been used as a quarentine for tuberculosis, and it is said that the spirits of many patients who died there continue to linger until this day. The... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Colleges

  • The Alamo San Antonio, TX
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    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

    Categories: Real Haunted Places | Real Haunted Army Posts / Battle Grounds

  •   Gillespie Mansion San Antonio, TX
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    Gillespie Mansion in San Antonio (also known as the Midget Mansion or the Donore Manor), is now home to the Promontory Pointe Apartments. Local legend says that the first owners of the mansion were quite wealthy, a Navy Captain and his wife, but they didn't end up living there for very long. After they left, the property was sold to a businessman and his family. This family was more on... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Houses | Real Haunted Places

  •   San Fernando Cathedral San Antonio, TX
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    The San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio is the oldest church in the state of Texas. It features stunning Gothic Revival architecture and is known to be quite haunted. In 1936, contruction workers began renovating the church and stories say they came across unearthed bones, nails, and tattered military uniforms near the altar, which some believe belonged to three soldiers of the Alamo.... Read More

    Categories: Real Haunted Places

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