These 13 Haunted Hotels In Texas Will Make Your Stay A Nightmare
As local travel experts, we know what travelers are looking for when it comes to finding the perfect accommodations for their next trip. To compile our lists, we scour the internet to find properties with excellent ratings and reviews, desirable amenities, nearby attractions, and that something special that makes a destination worthy of traveling for.
Tired of staying at ordinary hotels? Well, never fear (or maybe you should), because we have compiled a list of some of the most haunted hotels in Texas that are sure to give you an interesting stay full of unexplained noises, eerie voices, and other frightful occurrences. The following 13 hotels are some of the most bone-chilling, spooky, terrifying places you will ever stay. So, if you love all things paranormal and haunted or ever searched for “haunted hotels near me,” these are definitely your cup of tea.
Want more spooky places in Texas? Check out this YouTube video by MostAmazingTop10 highlighting more creepy places in the Lone Star State.
Do you know of any other reportedly haunted hotels or bed and breakfasts in Texas? Share any experiences or thoughts in the comments with us! For more paranormal hotspots, be sure to check out some of the other haunted places in Texas. Or, if you’re searching for a creepy adventure, here’s one of the best haunted attractions in Texas that will send chills down your spine.
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Haunted Places In Texas
What are the most haunted places in Texas?
The Lone Star State has played host to countless ghost stories, paranormal encounters, and supernatural sensations for generations. We’ve covered the many haunted hotels in Texas, but if you really want to experience a paranormal hotspot, you’ve got to make your way to Marfa. Now, Marfa is a different type of energy... think less about ghosts and spirits and more along the lines of UFOs, aliens, and the unknown. Marfa is famous for the Marfa Lights, a mysterious phenomenon that no one can explain. Aside from the Marfa Lights, here are some more haunted places in Texas that will send shivers down your spine.
- Yorktown Memorial Hospital, Yorktown
- La Carafe, Houston
- Presidio La Bahia, Goliad
- Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells
- Spaghetti Warehouse, Houston
- Cedar Ridge Preserve, Dallas
- Granbury Opera House, Granbury
- Bragg Road Ghost Lights, Saratoga
- Elder Street Artist Lofts - Houston
- Concordia Cemetery, El Paso
Be sure to read our previous article with more information about these haunted places in Texas.
Can I visit any abandoned places in Texas?
Before we tell you about these places, we’d like to take a moment to remind you that many abandoned places in Texas are not open to the public, and trespassing is illegal. We don’t want anyone getting in trouble with the law, or worse, ending up in the hospital. That being said, one of the most famous abandoned places is located right in Houston, and that’s the Palace of the Golden Orbs. You can’t miss that giant golden orb from the street, but just remember to only view it from the street. Once you’ve seen the Golden Orb, you can always take this road trip in Texas that’ll take you to some of the most hauntingly beautiful abandoned places in Texas.
What are the creepiest cemeteries in Texas?
There are several allegedly haunted cemeteries in Texas, each one with a more frightening tale than the next. If you’re in the Huntsville area, check out Oakwood Cemetery. Dating back to 1846, there’s a particular grave that tends to be a paranormal hotspot, and that’s the grave of five-year-old Rawley Rather Powell. Legend has it that the bronze statue of Jesus that’s above his grave will move on its own. Not only that, but his eyes will follow you around the grave, a gentle (but creepy) reminder to you that you are not alone.