All posts in "Haunted Hotels in Texas"

If The Doll Comes To Life At This Llano Hotel, You Need To Turn And Run

During the 1990s the townspeople of Llano, Texas realized those traveling on the railroad were in need of a place to rest between destinations. Thus, in 1907 the Dabb’s Railroad Hotel was opened a short distance from the train station. During the days of the iconic wild west, prospectors, miners and outlaws would frequently seek […]

Violent Paranormal Visions Haunt A Texas Hotel For This Reason

During the 1920s a hotel was built for a rancher named Alfred Gage in Marathon, Texas. This fifteen room hotel has been beautifully restored and remains open for service. Many people passing through Marathon, fall in love with the authentic western style of this unique hotel. However, rumor has it that the Gage Hotel has been subject […]

Why Is The Angel Of Death Obsessed With This Texas Hotel?

The Beckham Hotel was established in Mineola, Texas during the 1880s. Since the hotel has opened its doors many guests have stayed there, but not all of them got to leave. It’s believed that several deaths had occurred at the Beckham, from a woman falling down the hotel stairs, to a man who committed suicide in […]

Why Does A Malicious Ghost Torment Guests At This Texas Hotel?

In 1927, a new hotel began being built in Turkey, Texas. The two story red-brick building was nearly complete when a tornado struck the town and completely demolished the building. Nevertheless, builder H.B. Jordan would not be deterred. Turkey’s Haunted Bed and Breakfast in Texas Construction resumed and Hotel Turkey was opened in November of that year. Since […]

At Hotel Settles You’ll See Blinking Ghosts In The Stairwell

Despite the ongoing national financial crisis, the community of Big Spring became the location of a new hotel during the early 1930s. The hotel was extensive and lavish, and quickly became the talk of the town. However, many people started checking into the hotel with a single, sinister purpose. Hotel Settles: A Luxury Hotel of […]

The Dead Whisper To You In The Shower At The Tarpon Inn

In 1886, the city of Port Aransas found they had a surplus of lumber that had been intended for use in the Civil War barracks. With the gruesome war finally over, town officials wondered what to do with the extra materials. It was decided that a housing facility was needed for individuals who worked on […]

Beware The Horrific Dead Woman of the Glen Rose Hotel

In 1928, the town of Glen Rose became the site of a new hotel, called The Glen. While the hotel was used as a makeshift home for women who awaited their soldiers to come back from World War II, it reopened as a hotel during the 1970s and has remained open ever since. Many historical […]

Malevolent Specters in the Walls of the Historic Hotel Denison

During the 1800s, Denison, Texas was not home to a respectable hotel for a growing town. With support from the locals, plans were quickly made. A hotel was built in the year 1884. Unfortunately, the Victorian style hotel did not last. On January 24, 1920, a fire erupted at the hotel. A handful of employees […]

Too Many Paranormal Anomalies at the Hotel Lawrence Dallas

The Hotel Lawrence Dallas opened in 1925. While the hotel’s primary purpose was always a means of making guests comfortable overnight, it seems that the hotel’s services varied greatly depending on the needs of the community at that time. For example, Dallas locals were in want of a casino during the 1920s, and thus an […]

Haunted New Braunfels: The Faceless Ghost of Faust Hotel

During the 1920s, the New Braunfels community decided their town was in need of a luxurious hotel. Local businessman Walter Faust took charge over the project and the hotel was opened in October of 1929, just two weeks before the stock market crash. Despite the financial strain of the Great Depression, the hotel remained open. New Braunfels’ […]

10 Most Haunted Hotels in Texas [Warning: Ghosts Inside!]

The ever expansive lone star state is home to many parks, attractions and beautiful hotels to call your home away from home. But some of those have a dark past—ones that resurface no matter how hard owners and staff try to keep them at bay. Below are hotels in Texas where you are almost guaranteed to […]

Haunted Alpine: The Dead Wear Masks At The Holland Hotel

In 1928, a hotel was built in Alpine, Texas. For over eighty years, the Holland Hotel served the local community and visitors in the area. However, in 2011 owners and staff rallied together to revive this rustic hotel. Alpine is Home to a Strange Ghost Modern amenities were integrated into the hotel, all the while maintaining the original […]

Haunted Galveston: The Reoccurring Hanging Ghost of Hotel Galvez

In 1911, a new hotel was constructed in Galveston, Texas. Named in honor of Count Bernardo de Galvez y Madrid, the hotel was called the Hotel Galvez. Many believe the hotel is the oldest in town. The hotel was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the spring of 1979. The Oldest, Most Haunted Hotel […]

The Cursed Ghost of the Woodbine Hotel in Madisonville

In 1904, the Shapira family opened the Woodbine Hotel in what is now Madisonville, Texas. Originally called The Shapira Hotel, the inn remains the biggest and oldest building in the county. The Woodbine has been renovated extensively, however the original hotel started off with sixteen guest rooms and only indoor plumbing in the section of the house […]

The Menger Hotel in San Antonio is Haunted by 3 Dead Sisters

Deemed as the oldest continuously run hotel west of the Mississippi, The Menger Hotel is an architectural and historic gem in San Antonio, Texas. Built in 1859, this hotel has hosted thousands of guests over the years, some of which have found the Menger to be their final resting place. Given its age, it’s small wonder […]

Beware The Ghost Warnings At This House In Texas

In 1895, a gentleman named Mr. Tarlton decided to build a Bed and Breakfast in Hillsboro, Texas. The beautiful orange and yellow house was built in the Queen Anne Victorian style, which Ms. Tarlton was especially fond of. For several years, the Tarltons prospered both personally and financially. But tragedy is never far behind. A Brush with Death […]