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Dash Beardsley's Ghost Tours of Galveston in Galveston, Texas - 330 Views
Voted #1 most popular haunted ghost tour in America! Come join us for this unique, year round, tour with History, Mystery & Legend. Come and uncover the hidden buried secrets of Galveston’s own residents. Time travel with us through the strange & infamous!

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The Adolphus Hotel in Dallas, Texas - 109 Views
The Adolphus Hotel is one of the lone star state's most prestigious hotels. Built by the famous beer tycoon Adolphus Busch, the historic Adolphus has been providing guests with luxury and comfort since 1912. Guests enjoyed the service so much, some decided to stay on, long after death...

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Yorktown Memorial Hospital in Yorktown, Texas - 65 Views
The old hospital in Yorktown, Texas sits abandoned. It is an otherwise inconspicuous building in the middle of small town America, but for many years now, has been at the center of locals stories and legend. It seems like someone is always whispering about the ominous building. However, most do their best to stay away from it.

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Emily Morgan Hotel in San Antonio, Texas - 61 Views
Located overlooking the historic Alamo, and a one time medical center, the Emily Morgan Hotel in San Antonio, TX, is certainly no stranger to death and history. Regarded as one of the most haunted locations in Texas, this hotel boasts apparitions and poltergeist activity among many other reports

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Miss Molly's Bed & Breakfast in Fort Worth, Texas - 56 Views
This vintage, blast from the past, western-themed, 8 room bed and breakfast is located upstairs, above the Fort Worth's Star Cafe, which is on the ground floor. Going up the stairs from the street, one enters the entry area and the charming parlor & "eatin'" rooms. There are a total of nine rooms; with 8 rooms for guests, uniquely decorated with western themes, and the private quarters of the owners. Each room has its own unique western decor, displayed in an attractive manner, letting the guest see life in another era.

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Hotel Galvez & Spa in Galveston, Texas - 52 Views
Considered the playground of the wealthy, Hotel Galvez & Spa is a gracious hotel which will take you back in time. Just a few miles away from the Gulf of Mexico, the hotel is home to some of the most popular ghosts in Texas.

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Houston Ghost Tour in Spring, Texas - 46 Views
Houston Ghost Tour is the premier Ghost Tour company in Houston. Walk through the most haunted cities around Houston, as we share the most gruesome and chilling tales of history in Texas.

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Menger Hotel in San Antonio, Texas - 43 Views
Just twenty-three years after the fall of The Alamo in 1836, German businessman, William A. Menger, opened his luxury hotel right next door on the abandoned site of Texas’s first EXPLORE THE MENGER HISTORY brewery. With the extraordinary Menger Bar as its centerpiece, the elaborately designed hotel soon became a favorite among Texas titans of industry, commerce and politics. Exorbitant cattle sales and oil deals were sealed over handshakes and shots of rye at the bar. This is also where Teddy Roosevelt recruited his famous Rough Riders cavalry brigade. Today, after over 150 years of refinements and enhancements, the Menger stands as the oldest continuously operating hotel west of the Mississippi. The hotel is renowned for its exquisite architecture, including a stunning 3-story lobby and a meticulously restored wing adorned with 19th-century Victorian panache, rare antique furniture, and paintings.

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Blackbeard's on the Beach in Corpus Christi, Texas - 42 Views
Pirates, ghosts, wild red-haired women, Indians, and cigar-smoking owners are all part of the colorful history of Blackbeard’s on the Beach. The building, one of the oldest on this spit of beach, has weathered its share of storms and mayhem over the years.

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The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas - 38 Views
This very famous, historical landmark which remains a prideful part of Texas history, is said to be truly haunted. Not a suprise, due to what has conspiring here in 1836.

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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.

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.

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:
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.

 

 
 
 
     
 

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