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Three of the Most Haunted Locations in Texas

By Product Expert | Posted in Community on Thursday, October 4th, 2018 at 6:52 pm
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The state of Texas is home to a number of haunted locations whose histories will send a chill down your spine. This October spend some time researching three of the spookiest locations the state has to offer. We have listed them below.

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Haunted Texas: 3 Spooky Locations to Research This October

Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston

Two girls dressed in black holding pumpkins over their faces in a cemeteryThe Spaghetti Warehouse restaurant in Houston is said to be one of the most haunted locations in the state of Texas. Before it was turned into a restaurant, the old building housed a pharmacy where a staff member died after falling down the elevator shaft. To this day, restaurant-goers and staff members alike report strange occurrences including hair pulling, door slamming, moving furniture, and more.

Hotel Galvez and Spa in Galveston

Galveston guests interested in staying at one of the state’s most haunted locations can book a room on the fifth floor of the Hotel Galvez and Spa. A broken-hearted guest passed away on the fifth floor many years ago and is said to haunt the halls. Current guests report seeing flickering lights, slamming doors, and apparitions.

Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells

Lovers of all things paranormal may recognize the Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells after it was featured on an episode of Ghost Adventures. Now empty, the Baker Hotel had a number of reports of strange occurrences when guests stayed there and even after it was closed when tours were allowed. Reports included apparitions in the Baker Suite and a lady in red said to be haunting the seventh floor.

Note – Trespassing is illegal and can lead to fines, a criminal record and possible imprisonment. Do not attempt to enter any of the non-public areas listed above without permission from the owner. A licensed and professional haunted tour is a great way to experience real-life haunted locations throughout Texas in a safe manner.

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