Sons of Hermann Hall in Dallas - For years dedicated volunteers and patrons have reported seeing and hearing apparitions. Those who see dead people have reported a ghost couple, while others hear distant sounds of children laughing. They have had ghost investigations open to the public before.
Wandering, restless spirits, perhaps killed during the various battles which happened around San Antonio or the Alamo itself are haunting the ground on which the stadium is built, have found a home here also.
The Grove, Jefferson, Texas - Called "The most haunted home in the most haunted city in Texas." There are footsteps heard in the house, but no one can be found to account for the phantom steps and apparitions ranging from a lady in a white dress to a man in the garden have become commonplace on the property.
The oldest known photograph of the Alamo in 1849 in San Antonio, Texas. It's a daquerreotype photo. It was taken 13 years after the battle. This photograph is located at the University of Texas in Austin in the center of American history.
Haunted Texas — The Menger Hotel, San Antonio. The Menger is located adjacent to the Alamo and first opened in 1859, just 23 years after the battle at the Alamo, by owner William Menger and architect John Fries. The hotel was built in the same location that the Menger Brewery had operated. It wasn’t long before the Menger Hotel gained a reputation as one of the finest in the West, attracting the famous & infamous who could be counted among her guests.
Miss Molly's Bed & Breakfast, located at the Stockyards in Fort Worth, Texas is considered one of the most haunted locations in the state. What you may experience includes full bodied apparitions, unexplained scents, items disappearing and reappearing, toilets flushing on their own, lights turning on and off, cold spots, unlocked doors refusing to open!