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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 the the seem to be around every corner especially in Austin Texas. Texas haunted houses are very popular form of entertainment and more haunted houses in Texas can be found here at Hauntworld.com. On Hauntworld.com you will find every type of haunted houses in Texas from a , haunted house, Halloween Attractions, ghost tours, to paranormal ghost hunting. Read all about the best and scariest haunted houses in the state of New York here at Hauntworld.com
Haunted Houses in Austin, Texas have quickly become some of the most visited haunted houses in America thanks to one haunted house in Austin making a national splash called ' ' with their brand of wicked detail and over the top monsters chasing customers right back out the door. Austin haunted houses in Texas have inspired a new level of detail for Texas haunted houses not typically known of detailed haunts more so in your face scare attractions. If you visit a haunted house in Austin, Texas expect nothing but something in your face and very scary.
Find the best and scariest haunted houses, real haunts, Halloween attractions, Hayrides and more near or in the Austin Texas area. Austin Texas is a fascinating city that is filled with plenty of hauntings that when you visit make you feel like you just stepped into the Wild West. Almost every good western has a old hotel and Driskill's Hotell is definatly haunted. It has been reported that the lobby has two ghost that visit all the time. Guest have seen the one ghost who is a old hotel manager for the hotel. He has been known to hand out money from the vault for those in need. The other ghost reported in a young girl you can see bouncing her little red ball down the hall.
Another of Austin's more famous business for paranormal activity is the Spaghetti Warehouse. Located just down the street from the Driskall's Hotel you can get some delicous food as well as some entertainment from a few friendly ghost as they walk around the bar. Many have reported seeing one of the ghost with just legs, no head or body.
Be sure to visit the Texas State Capital Building which is always full of ghosts. The most popluar on being that of Govenor Edmund Jackson Davis (1827 -1883). He has been reported as being seen watching out the first floor window. Be careful not too stare too long, he will stare you down until you walk away.
2. Mansion of Terror : Phantoms is one of three horrific haunted houses at Scream Hollow Halloween Park. Some may recognize the name, as this is a beefed-up incarnation of Austin’s award-winning Mansion of Terror.
The creepy mansion is a two-story abandoned Victorian-mansion built inside an actual forest. Story has it that in late fall of 1842, a beaten wagon-train limped into the Bastrop area containing only the children survivors of a horrific journey. Adella, a local spinster, took in the orphaned children. She built an orphanage among the towering loblolly pines, yielding plenty of wilderness for the children to play. The locals called her Saint Adella; however this was far from the reality, as none suspected the terror that lay within the ornate walls of this enormous mansion, or of Adella’s obsession with black magic and the conjuring of spirits from the other side. The truth of the situation became apparent with the mysterious disappearance of Adella, the discovery of children graves in the mansion’s ghostly chapel, and the magical and paganistic items left behind in the mansion. The gates of the Mansion were closed long ago to protect unknowing travelers from entering accidentally. However, the locks have now rusted off and the mansion gates are open with no one to protect those who enter it’s walls. Sounds are beginning to fill the grounds of the mansion again, and if you listen intently, you can hear the nursery rhymes coming through the walls and the faint screams of children from the basement below the mansion.
3. Lost Pines : Zombie City is the second of Scream Hollow’s frightening haunted house experiences. Lost Pines is a small town in Texas which holds a deadly secret. The town of Lost Pines has been contained and abandoned for 20 years. For reasons unknown, Lost Pines was evacuated and locked away from the public following the installation of a military outpost surrounding the city. No one was allowed in or out, and the town became closed and abandoned…until now. Recently, one building started humming with some sort of activity.
A group of “cyber punks” hacked the security system, convinced that government was creating a deadly biological-weapon. They were half-right. Top-secret papers stolen from the military outpost show that something went wrong with experiments and weapons created in the city of Lost Pines, and that government feverishly tried to recreate the mysteries of their biological discoveries, attempting to control the weapon’s effects. They wanted to develop a vaccination before releasing knowledge of the weapon. However, something went wrong in the process and the city was quarantined and secured, leaving so many questions unanswered. What happened to the people in the town? Where is everyone? Why is the military outpost abandoned? Can you discover the secrets in Lost Pines Zombie City? More importantly, can you survive and find your way out???
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For whatever reason, Texas is a major Haunted House state. Next to Ohio, Pennsylvania & Michigan it was just one of those places full of attractions that people were always talking about. In the late 90’s when we were just getting rolling, names like Dr. Blood’s Screamscapes (The brainchild of Drew Hunter, now with Sally Corp.), Hangman’s Haunted House (D'Ann Dagen’s place), Verdun Manor (masterpiece of the late great Lance Pope), Cutting Edge (owned by Todd James) and Elm Street Haunterpreneurs (Leonard Pickel and Beau Baumann) all called Texas home. Other Texas names often surfaced at Transworld and on the message boards of the time, folks like the late JB Corn of Castle Dragon, Patrick Matthews with Nightmare in the House of Wax and the legendary Dr. John Anderson.
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