Texas haunted houses are some of the scariest and best haunted houses in Texas and America. Hauntworld.com will help you find haunted houses in Texas, and more specifically Haunted Houses in Houston, Texas. The Houston, Texas area has some of the best and scariest haunted houses in Texas and America. As the editor of Hauntworld.com we know Texas haunted houses well because we use to live in Houston, Texas and have visted Haunted Houses in Texas many times and rate them for our readers. We have seen some of the scariest haunted houses in Houston, Texas because we actually visited this area many years ago and one of the haunted houses we saw was Phobia Haunted House which is a multi themed and multi level haunted house. Phobia haunted house is one of the most unque haunted houses in Texas because of their very creative style.
Nightmare on the Bayou is another scary haunted house in Houston, Texas which is also connected to a costume shop one of the biggest Halloween costume shops in Houston, Texas. You might also stop in at another Texas Haunted House called Heatstoppers which is also a haunted house in Houston, Texas. Make sure you vote on the best and scariest haunted houses in Texas here at www.Hauntworld.com
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Find the best and scariest haunted houses, real haunts, Halloween attractions, Hayrides and more near or in the Houston area.
Houston offers many large historic cemeteries whic can tell one person so much about a city or about an individual. A cemetery is so much more than just a final resting place. To some it is a place to communicate with someone special, a loved one that is now gone. To others it is a ghoulish place that could be filled with ghost and goblins. Houston is lucky enough to have many great cemeteries with a wonderful history to each of them.
Gledale Cemetery is the oldest Cemetery in Houston. Built in the early 1800's and through the years it became surrounded by railroadtracks on three sides. Today you will find this beautiful cemetery resotred and open for visitors daily.
The oldest Jewish cemetery in Texas is the Congregation Beth Isreal Cemetery. This tiny cemetery was originally founded in 1844 and can be located in downtown Dallas. The cemetery is know for some of it's beautiful designed by architect Joseph Finger.
Lastly is the Olviewood Cemetery whic h holds some of Houston's most well-known African American's. One being Elias Dibble who was a freed slave who become the first black ordained Methodist minister in America and founded the Trinity Methodist Church. This cemetery started in 1875 by a group of freed slaves. To this day only part of the land where the cemetery was remains. Through the years and time many have been lost and no longer exists.
In additional there are many ghost tours, and other real haunted house places throughout Texas. Find the best haunted houses and more here at www.Hauntworld.com
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