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Hauntings Of The State Capitol
Posted on January 26, 2020
The lone star state has along the years fostered a reputation as not only being the good old boy but the take no prisoners, “you talkin’ to me”, grit dancing bronco. The sort of State that in a ...
The Haunting of Governor’s Mansion
Posted on December 30, 2019
Texas governor’s mansion And it’s ghosts. The world of politics is a cesspool of devils, a meandering serpent eating its head and then - despite the laws of biology- somehow forming a tangent flu...
The Ghost of Buffalo Billiards
Posted on December 28, 2019
Little known fact... Before we get into the whole story of Buffalo Billards and its ghost... Prostitutes Built The West. I'm not joking. It's completely true. We are right now barreling down an age...
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Bragg Road and the Saratoga Lights
Deep in the heart of Southeast Texas lies the Big Thicket, a dense swampy forest that hugs the border with Alabama. One of the only roads through the forest is Bragg Road, also known to the locals as ...
The White Sanitarium of Central Texas
Nothing says scary like an abandoned insane asylum. The White Sanitarium, known to locals as the Old Insane Asylum, sits just off California Street in Wichita Falls. The Sanitarium first opened in 192...
Jefferson: The Most Haunted Town in Texas
Jefferson is a small town in East Texas, not too far from the Louisiana border. This quaint little town was once a central trading hub between the South and the Midwest but has since faded into oblivi...
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