10 Most Haunted Cemeteries in Texas

Night of the Living Dead, Pet Sematary, Army of Darkness…These are just a few classic horror movies that feature a cemetery on film. For decades, cemeteries have graced the silver screen as horror fodder. Not only do cemeteries present the perfect place for ghosts, ghouls and zombies, they also provide an infinitely creepy atmosphere. The Ten Most […]

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He Watched Me from the Woods

As luck would have it, I inherited a crappy piece of property in my early thirties when an Uncle passed away. I know that sounds ungrateful, but if you’d seen it you would’ve laughed – just like the rest of my family did. They teased me with countless haunted stories, due to the fact that […]

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The Building of Death in Historic Key West

It's known as the oldest bar in Florida, but this Key West attraction is quite possible one of the most haunted, too.

Captain Tony’s Saloon in Key West first opened in 1852. However, over a century would pass before it became known as Tony’s. The building’s original purpose was an icehouse as well as the city morgue. The Building of Death in Historic Key West It is said that people were hanged from the tree that grows inside the […]

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The Ghost of the Dead Hero of La Bahia Fort in Goliad

This historic location has a long, tragic history...

The beautiful Presidio La Bahia Fort in Goliad is an important and integral part of Texas history. La Bahia is a fort that was originally built in 1721 by the Spanish Army. The fort was relocated twice before it’s permanent site on the San Antonio river in 1747. The Infamous Goliad Massacre The Goliad settlement […]

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