Haunted Texas

You’ve heard of haunted houses, haunted cemeteries, and haunted islands…but do you know how a seemingly ordinary location can become a paranormal minefield? Every haunted location on the planet has a terrifying, true backstory.

Everything in Texas is bigger, including the multitude of ghost stories to keep us awake at night. There is alot of violent history in Texas, so it stands to reason that there are many haunted places. These creepy dirt roads, bridges, and other locations are the stuff of nightmares. Don’t just witness the thrills play out in scary movies; go experience the shattering glass, creaking floorboards, and howling wind for yourself at haunted locations across Texas.

Gage Hotel ghosts

The Ghosts of the Gage Hotel

Haunted Gage Hotel – Marathon TX Home, Home on the range…that should be the slogan for the historic gage Hotel in Marathon, Texas. The hotel brochure says it all: “…Few…

Haunted Texas: Brownsville on the Rio Grande

Haunted Texas: Brownsville on the Rio Grande

On the extreme southern tip of Texas where the great Rio Grande gently wanders to the Gulf, the state’s southmost city, Brownsville, hugs the lazy, curving river, a distant outpost…

Haunted Big Bend canyon

Haunted Texas : Big Bend

Texas Haunted National Park? The Big Bend region has always been a spooky place, dating at least as far back as when the relatives of the pit-dwelling Anasazi roamed the…

Haunted Hotels Texas

Haunted Hotels in Texas

Texas’ Best Haunted Hotels With Autumn falling across the Lone Star State, getting out and enjoying the amenities of Texas is a grand idea. Perhaps visiting a few old friends…

Haunted Buildings Austin

Most Haunted Buildings in Austin Texas

The big, beautiful sky may draw visitors to Texas, but hat is not the only reason tourists are flocking to the various cities. Despite the many historic, architectural, and cultural…

Old Nueces County Courthouse – Haunted?

The Haunted Halls of the Old Nueces County Courthouse Abandoned to a future of uncertainty, this historical building is a century old, slightly more, perhaps, than the lost spirits who…

Haunted locations are usually associated with some occurrence or emotion in the ghost’s past; they are frequently a former home or the location where he or she died. Aside from actual ghostly apparitions, traditional haunting signs include strange noises, lights, odors, or breezes, as well as the displacement of objects, bells that ring spontaneously, or musical instruments that appear to play on their own.

Ghost Towns in Texas

In the mood for a real fright? Spend the month of October spooking yourself from visits to some of the scariest ghost towns in the state of Texas. You are sure to be frightened by the dilapidated, eerie ruins that are left in these towns.

Haunted Indianola, Texas

Business was booming and Indianola, Texas was one of the most prosperous cities on the Texas coast. Now, most of the city is located underneath the bay. Residents of the city thought that they were protected from hurricanes, but in 1875 a giant hurricane took place and wiped out the town. There are faint remnants of the town, such as pieces of the town courthouse that remain and can be seen by visitors. A visit to Indianola is eerie as there is a clear understanding that a bustling town with a booming economy used to exist there.

Haunted Helena, Texas

Helena was a busy city until the town made the decision not to pay a bonus to the railroad. City officials made this decision to avoid having the railroad go around the town. During this time, any town without access t to a railroad had a difficult time keeping business afloat. In response to not paying the bonus to the railroad, the president of the railroad company re-routed the train to be even further away from the town. Residents began moving away and in a flash, it became a ghost town. Plenty of ruins from the town still exist and are certainly worth a visit.

Thurbur, Texas Ghost Town

This coal-mining ghost town was once a booming town but today has a population of 25 people. With over 10,000 people in 1886, this town specialized in mining coal and was known as one of the largest coal-mining towns in all of Texas. In 1903, the mining employees unionized and the mines closed down. Thurber then became a ghost town. A cemetery still exists which has over a thousand graves to see. Other buildings also remain standing, such as homes, a church and old businesses.

Texas Haunted Houses

Texas Haunted Houses have grown over the years to feature some really amazing haunted houses some of which have been featured on Travel Channel. Several years ago when we visited haunted houses in Houston, Texas the haunted houses in Texas seemed to be around every corner especially in the Cleveland, Texas area haunted houses are very popular form of entertainment and more haunted houses in Texas. You will find every type of haunted houses in Texas from a haunted hayride, haunted house, Halloween Attractions, ghost tours, to paranormal ghost hunting. Texas has some of the biggest haunted houses in cities like Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin, El Paso, Corpus Christi, Amarillo, San Angelo, Texas.

Texas Haunted Houses come in all shapes and sizes from haunted attractions, haunted hayrides, ghost tours, zombie hunts, zombie paintball hayrides, to pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Haunted House Texas will help you find everything Halloween from Texas to Texas and everything between.