Believed to be one of the most haunted locations in Texas, and a long history dating back over 250 years to 1747, this is one of the most historic locations we have ever had the privilege of investigating!
We are lucky enough to have been kindly given access to the majority of this location, including all the most haunted areas! We are the first group to be given this exclusive access, so we cannot wait!
You’ll not only be able to investigate the courtyard and grounds, but we’ll also have access to the barracks, the museum, and The Quarters!
Having witnessed an incredible amount of death and torment, the fort certainly has a very eerie feeling surrounding it.
It played a major role during the Texan Revolution and in the fate of the men at the Alamo, and it was the scene of the infamous Goliad Massacre where 341 Texan troops were executed by the Mexican Army in 1836.
It is the spirits of these long-dead soldiers that have been reported here, they’ve been heard crying out in terror at the realization of their impending doom.
These tormented souls have remained stuck at the fort since that fateful day in 1836. Their wailing, crying, and screaming is often captured on audio recordings. On many occasions, people have heard footsteps behind them only to turn round to nothing but empty space!
Visitors often report the sight of full-bodied apparitions of soldiers at various places around the fort, as well as disembodied conversations by spirits speaking in Spanish.