The Weirdest And Most Haunted Places In Texas

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There are some weird Texas places out there. The Lone Star State may be best known for football, cowboys, and super-sized everything, but creepy Texas should definitely be in the conversation, too, as this list shows.

Texas checks all the boxes when it comes to creepy locations. Hospitals, lakes, ships, mental hospitals - the major cities in Texas have countless locations that are haunted or just give off strange and creepy vibes. Outside the cities - in hill country, for example - things can get creepier still. And that's without even looking into the most haunted Texas hotel, for which there are dozens of candidates. 

If you are an aspiring ghost hunter, or if you just want something a little different to do on your next visit to Texas, then this is the list for you. Some of these spots offer guided tours, while others leave you to discover the ghosts on your own - if you dare.

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    7,297 VOTES

    El Paso High School - El Paso

    El Paso High School is located in a very impressive building that opened for classes in 1916. The "Lady on the Hill," as it is known, has seen dozens of the most prominent citizens of El Paso, and the school's sports teams have won countless trophies and honors that line the corridors.

    But the school is also known to be haunted. Hallways and balconies have been closed off because of strange sightings throughout the school's history. There are even two sealed-up classrooms in the basement that were abandoned in such a hurry, personal belongings and trash were never even removed - and no one can explain why this is.

    7,297 votes
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    3,743 VOTES

    Stagecoach Road - Marshall

    Some people believe that Stagecoach Road in Marshall is undoubtedly haunted. A woman drove down the road in the middle of the night in a pick-up truck. She decided to stop for a moment to scare the people with her, turning off all the lights and opening all her car windows.

    However, she felt a pressure on her truck bed and decided to leave immediately. When morning came, she found weird, scarlet-colored dust on her truck, with tiny handprints. None of the people in her car had small hands. 

    3,743 votes
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    4,778 VOTES

    Texas Killing Fields - Texas City

    The Texas Killing Fields are modern-day creepy. This 50-mile desolate patch of extremely rural Texas between Houston and Galveston has seen over 30 young women and children go missing since the 1970s. Only a few have been identified.

    The area has been described as the perfect place to commit murder and get away with it, and the sheer eerie feel of this southern Texas expanse is enough to get it on this list.

    4,778 votes
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    2,648 VOTES

    USS Lexington - Corpus Christi

    The USS Lexington is docked in Corpus Christi and today serves as a museum for those interested in learning about military history. Commissioned in 1943, the Blue Ghost, as she was known, served in 21 of the 24 naval battles that took place during her time in the Second World War.

    A Japanese plane once wrecked into the side of the ship, causing major damage and loss of life. Many of those who died were in the ship's engine room, and to this day, apparitions and screams can be seen and heard in the depths of the ship's machinery.

    2,648 votes
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    1,477 VOTES

    F. W. Schuerenberg House - Brenham

    As far as haunted houses go, the F. W. Schuerenberg House in Brenham definitely delivers. While it might not be quite a real-life edition of American Horror Story, there have been reports that this historic mansion, built in 1895, is haunted by two ghosts, if not more.

    There have been sightings of a young girl in old-fashioned clothing peering out from a window on the first floor, and the fact that the house was the setting for a tragic suicide in the upstairs nursery definitely makes it all the more spooky.


    1,477 votes
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    2,627 VOTES

    White Rock Lake - Dallas

    The Ghost of White Rock Lake is a tale that has been floating around since at least the 1930s. White Rock Lake is located just east of Dallas and was created by damming White Rock Creek back in 1911. The story is that a woman in a dress - reminiscent of 1930s attire - flags down cars on the side of the highway.

    She asks to be taken home, but the address is either that of a graveyard or an old couple whose daughter has long since passed.

    2,627 votes