Austin Ghosts Blog

Portrait of Geronimo by Edward S. Curtis, 1905

Geronimo – his skull, his powers and a secret society.

Posted on September 27, 2020

We have a lot of ground to cover so let’s dig right in. Geronimo’s tale and the ghost of Geronimo is long, fascinating, and full of twists and turns... we don’t have time to dally about.Who ... Read More

Photo of fog on Martin Dies Jr. State Park

Demon’s Road – a paranormal stretch of hell full of nasty critters.

Posted on September 24, 2020

Located in Hunstville, Texas, this lonely, remote, and incredibly creepy road has the sort of reputation Stephen King could base a novel on. An interweaving path of malformed trees, overgrown weed, in... Read More

Photo of prairie from arches national park

Skinwalker Ranch – a paranormal hotbed few know about

Posted on September 23, 2020

The other day I was watching yet another sci-fi/horror spectacle that once more begged the question: "has Hollywood run out of ideas?" Found footage, sketchy camera work, placeholder actors... BUT, wi... Read More

Goatman's Bridge in Texas

Top 10 Most Haunted Places in Texas

Posted on March 15, 2020

They say everything is bigger in Texas. Though it is the largest state in the lower 48 states, you have a lot of ground to cover. Especially when you’re someone who is looking to check out some of t... Read More

Omnia Downtown Ghosts

Omni Austin Hotel Downtown

Posted on January 29, 2020

Rarely do ghost hunters get the opportunity to study a haunting right from the very start. To really capture the intricacy of what happened, how it happened and when it happened, straight from the sou... Read More

Littlefield House Ghost

The Littlefield House

Posted on January 28, 2020

The Littlefield House, with its unnerving amount of ghost tales and rumors circling it, is a prime example of the Austin feedback loop. The Alamo, St. Edward's, Shoal Creek, and all those other sites ... Read More

Shoal Creek Indian Massacre Site

Posted on January 27, 2020

Shoal Creek is a microcosmic view of all the trials, tribulations, and peculiarity that assailed the Wild West during its heydays and painful years of expansions.Along the banks of the stream and ... Read More

Hauntings at St. Edward's University in Texas

The Ghosts Of St. Edward’s University

Posted on January 27, 2020

South Austin's big-name University, St. Edwards, positively reeks of the paranormal. The university is a hodgepodge of architectural styles and era, huge gothic cathedrals and spire mixed in with the ... Read More

Austin Inn Ghosts

The Haunting of Austin’s Inn at Pearl Street

Posted on January 26, 2020

This quaint Austin landmark, a rather cute hotel has slowly transformed into a curated spot for supernatural lovers and ghost hunting aficionados. The posh boutique hotel, with its vintage settings an... Read More

The haunted Oakwood Cemetery in Jefferson, Texas

The Oakwood Cemetery

Posted on January 26, 2020

The Oakwood was originally called the city cemetery. It is the oldest of its kind, for public burials and whatnots, in the city of Austin.This burial ground dates back to the middle of the 1850s -... Read More