Phantom Seekers

Chasing the Paranormal

Haunted Places in Texas

Find yourself in Dallas or Fort Worth looking for trouble? Let me rephrase that, looking for the scariest place in Texas that you could possibly go? Well let’s take a look at the most popular locations. Behold our partial list of the most haunted places in Texas.

Truly Haunted Places in Texas

We begin with the Von Minden Hotel found in Schulenburg, TX. This location is notorious for high levels of paranormal activity. The 2003 Paranormal Conference was actually held here in this location. The story is that the hotel is haunted by a girl who wears a polka-dotted dress. Her boyfriend committed suicide by jumping out of a window in room 37. Legend has it that she can still be found wandering the theater, people have also heard mysterious knocking from inside the rooms, and doors opening and closing. Life partners from suicide not doing it for you, how about we see what other haunted places in Texas have to offer.


Next, we travel to the Jefferson Davis Hospital, but now known as the Elder Street Artists Lofts. This place used to be a burial ground for plague victims. During the excavation after this place was shut down human bones were uncovered. This place is said to be one of the most haunted places in Texas and definitely Houston. If that is a little too thick for you, you could always head down to La Carafe which is one of the oldest bars in Houston. It is said to be haunted by an old bartender named Carl. There were reports that this African American man can be spotted in the upstairs window after closing time. Sounds of heavy objects can be heard coming from the second floor too, which is completely vacant.

If you are like me you probably like your ghosts sober, so for this we voyage to the Fort Worth Stock Exchange. Where it is said to be haunted by a young girl that suffocated in the vaults. Reports of this came from Security Guards who say the young ghost could sometime be spotted in the attic window, and even story of a tiny hand-print in the condensation on the windows.

These stories and locations don’t even crack the surface of haunted places in Texas. This is just a snippet to catch your interest, will be gathering a list of every single verified haunted place in TX and will be posting all of our findings. Chasing the paranormal can be a very dangerous endeavor so please be sure that you know exactly what you are getting yourself in to before visiting any place that used to have a history of spirit activity. Hot beds for the paranormal never fully go away, so just make sure you always know where the exit is! For now, it is Phantom Seekers telling you good-night, and good luck.


  1. ive always bvevied in ghost but never saw one for my self till about 2 years ago so the first time i saw a ghost i was scared and in awe my cousins katie and zane saw it too i belive it was my moms mom and on july 2011 i saw her once more and i asked her if she was my grandma she took two steps across the kitchin and disapered. we resently moved in to a new house and me and my nefew have reson to belive that it too is haunted from a lady humming to people talking we have tried to debunck all the hapenings but got nothing .we watch Ghost adventures every time it comes on and now we also added paranormal challange to are list. brooklyn

    • A Central London PubWhilst the pub in question must for the monemt remain nameless, the experiences whilst exploring the place cannot.A three-floored venue, straight out of a Dickens novel, this place delivered atmosphere by the shed-load! It wasn’t until I reached the top floor though, that something made itself known.Initially, a loud sigh grabbed my attention over there, to my left. I knew I was alone on this floor, the room was small and suddenly a little claustrophobic. The sigh turned into a rasping breath, I looked in the direction of the sounds and my gaze steadied upon an old leather chair which promptly creaked at me.I turned to leave and immediately heard what I can only describe as monks singing I don’t know why I think they were monks, that was the image that immediately came to mind when I heard it. It lasted maybe 5 seconds at most and it was coming from another small room to my right.

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