They say everything’s bigger in Texas: the food, the farms, and maybe even the ghost stories. The Lone Star State is home to multiple creepy towns haunted by spirits from local legends. Hotels, saloons, and even a former psychiatric hospital are the setting for these larger-than-life tales. There are nearly too many haunted towns in Texas to count, so this list breaks down only the truly terrifying ones - the ones with legends that have endured for decades or longer.
While some spirits haunt with a menacing presence, other ghoulish ghosts are simply there to stir up some trouble. You may be too spooked to make it through these stories, but at the very least, you’ll know where not to go next time you visit Texas. Read on for an anti-travel guide to haunted Texas towns.
Galveston Has Too Many Haunted Places To Count
Granbury Is Haunted By Jesse James And - Perhaps - John Wilkes Booth
Goliad Is Haunted By The Ghosts Of The Texas Revolution
Wichita Falls Is Home To A Former Sanitarium
Jefferson Has Two Haunted Hotels
Spring Plays Host To A Haunted Movie Theater And A Haunted Coffee ShopVideo: YouTube