Texas is a big state with a lot of places which can sometimes be very, very creepy.
The Lone Star State is for the football fans and American Airlines Center is for the basketball fans. But the following list shows the untouched places people do not know about.
Texas is the pinnacle of creepy place: Mental hospitals, abandoned ships, lakes, and the center of a chainsaw massacre.
If you are an avid ghostbuster, feel adrenaline pumping when you talk about haunted places then Texas is the next place on your bucket list. There are guided tours in some places but for those who want adventure check the list below…
10. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Gas Station
If you are familiar with the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, then the Last Chance Gas Station will ring a bell. This is where all the bloody slaughters began. Apparently a guided tour will be made soon for visitors to experience the horrors of the night.
9. The Grove
Also known as the Stilley-Young House, the Grove has been famous for its weird, odd smells/ disturbing instances. Apparently a restaurant was going to open soon but a woman in white went in the house but suddenly vanished. The mystery has not been solved to this day.
8. Baylor University
Baylor University located in Waco, Texas is the most creepiest universities in the world. The numerous number of buildings and the eerie atmosphere make it seem more haunted. Recent sightings of ghosts in the libraries have made students to stay put in their dorm rooms.
7. Yorktown Memorial Hospital
Can you not feel it? The building at first sight is creepy/haunted. The hospital was closed in the late 80s but could not be torn down due to multiple accidents throughout the years. An approximate 2,000 deaths occurred while trying to tear it down. Who knows when this place will be free of ghosts? Make sure not to be alone when visiting.
6. Spaghetti Warehouse
One of the most haunted places in Houston, the Spaghetti Warehouse is famous among the neighbors. With a pharmacist dying from a elevator crash to the husband disappearing inside the warehouse, the history of the place makes everyone have the chills.
5. Woman Hollering Creek
The name makes you imagine bunch of mentally unstable women screaming around crying for help. Well you’re right. Legend has it that a woman with her baby was abandoned by the husband. The woman frantically screamed for help but no one answered and sometimes echos of the screams can be heard to this day.
4. Victoria’s Black Swan Inn
The hotel was built on top of the bloody hills of the Battle of Salado Creek. Rumor has it that the heads of the Mexicans were buried in the hill and their spirits linger around for revenge. Careful do not stay here for the night. Please just visit.
3. USS Lexington
The prized ship is the location responsible for thousands of deaths. The engine room exploded with the attack of the Japanese and to this day the echoing screams of the soldiers can be heard. It is available with a tour.
2. Texas Killing Fields
The name explains why it’s a haunted place. Apparently in the past 30 young women were missing and all of their bodies ended up dead in the fields. The perfect place for murder and a perfect place for haunted souls.
1. El Paso High School
Surprised? The No.1 haunted place in all of Texas is a high school. What on earth happened? The prestigious school is known for its large numbers of trophies and awards. However, the corridors are haunted due to its long history. Classrooms in the basement have been closed with no particular explanation. I wish I could find out why….