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The Most Haunted Places in Texas

Looking for a scare? There are plenty of haunted places in Texas to choose from. You can find one close to you to visit tonight, or plan for a future visit in a different city. Whatever the case, odds are you will pick up on a spooky vibe in one of these most haunted places in Texas.

Planning on traveling to one of these cities? Make sure you know where the haunted places are to take full advantage of your visit!

1. Alice, Texas

There are quite a few locations in Alice that is known for paranormal activity. From the library of Alice High School to The Old Rialto Theater on Main Street, ghosts have been seen lurking about.

2. Arlington, Texas

Another one of the most  haunted places in Texas is Arlington. Learn about the activities that happen in the Arlington High School Auditorium, Bowie High School, and River Legacy Park.

3. Austin, Texas

Austin isn’t only known for its great live music scene. There are plenty of haunted locations you can explore. Learn about the ghost Billy at the Bedicheck Middle School, the ghost of a little girl who cries in the hall of Crockett High School, or figures sitting in chairs at Driskill Hotel.

4. Brownsville, Texas

Located in the deep South of Texas, Brownsville is another location where you can try and spot some ghosts. Hear crying of girls who were abused at Camp Lulu before it was shut down, search for ghost cows along Farm Road 511, or the ghost that will walk up to your car on Stanolin Road.

5. El Paso, Texas

See how many ghosts you can see in El Paso, Tx. See if you can find the ghost in the red dress that haunts the top floor of the Chase Building, test your luck to see if a ghost asks you for a ride by the Evergreen Cemetery, or learn about the firefighter that died in a fire at Fire Station #1 and now wakes up the other firefighters whenever there is a fire to go to.

6. Galveston, Texas

Take time off from the beach and visit some of the most haunted places in Galveston. Can you last a whole night in room 505 of the Hotel Galvez? Make sure to stop by the Stewart’s Mansion or Luigies Italian Food to see if anything strange happens.

7. Houston, Texas

There are plenty of Haunted places in Houston to visit. From the Ale House Pub and Eatery with its mischief to the ghost you can find on Old Greenhouse Road, Houston will make you think twice where you go.

8. Laredo, Texas

Laredo, TX has a few good spots to visit if you’re in the area and looking for a scare. Visit the Hamilton Hotel or Fire Station #2, which is believed to be an old grave site before the station was built.

9. San Angelo, Texas

Have a scare in San Angelo by visiting the Howard Johnson Inn, Santa Rita Park, or even the Sun Set Mall.

10. San Antonio, Texas

A lot of historical sites can be found in San Antonio, as well as haunted places like The Alamo, The Alamodome, and the Caribbean Apartments.






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