Popular Haunted Locations

The typical perceptions of Texas can all be located in the DFW Metroplex – this is where you come when you want to experience the true Texas, cowboys, big hats, and big hair are the norm. But Dallas – Fort Worth isn’t just about typical stereotypes, it’s actually a hotbed of history, with dark tales of ghosts and some of the most haunted locations in the country!

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Instead of paying to visit your local haunted maze or attraction, why not go the extra mile and visit a real haunted location instead? the city of Houston is full of them, with incredibly old buildings, historic locations, and burial grounds, all filled with real paranormal activity!

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Austin is a relatively young city that’s true, but that doesn’t mean it lacks in any department – the capital is at the forefront of business, culture, and growth, the city has seen its fair share of history too. A dark history that breeds the type of terrifying hauntings that continue to this day.

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Regarded by many as the state’s most haunted city, San Antonio is a ghost hunters paradise. For generations San Antonians have been telling their ghost stories to anyone who’d listen. You won’t be able to walk down any street in SA without stumbling upon a haunted location.  Whether it’s in the center of downtown or on the outskirts at one of the missions, the city of San Antonio is without a doubt one of the most historic and haunted cities in the U.S.

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The reportedly haunted Driskill Hotel Austin Texas

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From haunted elevators, disembodied voices coming from empty rooms, to people awakening to see apparitions standing over them, Texas has a plethora of haunted accommodation for you to book. If you’re feeling extra brave, make a reservation in one of the most haunted rooms in one of the most haunted places to stay in Texas!

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the reportedly haunted Presidio La Bahia in Goliad, TX

Texas’s Most Haunted Locations

If you’re ready to take your yearly trip to the local haunted house to the next level, why not grab your flashlight and head to one of the many terrifyingly real haunted places the Lone Star State has to offer!? Be warned though these are not for the faint of heart. NOTE: Please obtain permission if needed as some of these are private property. Have fun ghost hunting!

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More Haunted Cities

When talking about haunted cities in Texas, El Paso always comes up with many believing it to be one of the most paranormally active cities in the country! From infamous places like cemeteries, and hotels, there’s also a very famous haunting at a school too!

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As well as a tourist hotbed, that boasts great fresh seafood, attractions, and museums, Corpus Christi has a rich and colorful history that has bred ghost stories for generations. Let’s take a look at some of Corpus Christi’s most haunted sites.

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Galveston has a rich and colorful history, and it’s filled with haunted locations to visit. In fact one of the most popular activities whilst visiting Galveston is to join one of its many ghost tours. It truly is an excellent choice to go ghost hunting, with stories of Native American’s waging war against invading pirates, dark voodoo magic, and tragic deaths.

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