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12 of the Most Haunted Places in Dallas, TX

Home of the Texas State Fair and America’s Football Team, Dallas has been a popular, thriving, and exciting destination since 1841–and yet, there are several reportedly haunted places in Dallas, too!

While the city is less than 200 years old and beloved by many, the greater Dallas area did not escape the darker stains of history.

And anyone with knowledge of the paranormal knows that those dark stains leave a permanent mark.

Tales of abandoned brides, little girls who perished tragically, and gruesome deaths are sure to make you shiver.

Whether it’s a haunted hotel, cursed bridge, or grand theatre, Dallas has plenty of supernatural hotspots for you to investigate!

Here are where you can find the most haunted places in Dallas–plus the ghost stories and legends that made them famous.

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Old Alton Bridge

Featured on more than one Travel Channel program, Old Alton Bridge, otherwise known as “ Goatman’s Bridge,” has a unique and tragic paranormal history.

While the bridge is no longer in use, it still can be found in a densely forested area 1 hour northwest of Dallas, near Denton .

It is said that the lynching of an innocent man happened on the bridge.

The story goes that the man cheated death by slipping out of the noose and transforming into the half-man, half-goat apparition that is seen walking about the bridge today.

Visitors have also reported being touched, scratched, and seeing strange lights at all hours of the night.

So, beware that this haunted destination isn’t for the faint of heart!

Old Alton Bridge in Denton Texas at sunset, with the red iron bars of the bridge in the foreground

The Adolphus Hotel

Want to get a taste of the luxurious side of Dallas while also getting to spend the night with a few ghosts?

Then The Adolphus Hotel is the getaway for you!

Opened in 1912, this hotel has constantly been the benchmark for what a lavish hotel should look like.

But don’t let the grandeur fool you: this is one of the most haunted hotels in Dallas, TX.

This hotel is haunted by the spirit of a bride who was left standing at the altar. She can be heard wailing at night.

However, she’s not the only one present.

The elevators move and open on their own, and cell phones eerily ring from an unknown number, reminding you that you are never alone in this hotel.

Want to check into one of the most haunted Dallas hotels? Book your stay at The Adolphus Hotel today!

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The Majestic Theater

The last standing Theatre on Theatre Row and historical landmark, the Majestic Theater is one of the most haunted places in Dallas.

Throughout 100 years, the building has stood and offered masterful performances.

However, now the building also stands as a hotspot for the supernatural.

The most prominent spirit is that of the Theatre’s original owner Karl Hoblitzelle.

He unlocks and opens locked doors, lowers the temperature of the room, and makes props disappear.

He even lights up a balcony where he wants to watch the next show, and the employees respect his wish by reserving it for him.

Who knows, you might even be greeted by this friendly ghost when you drop by for a show!

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Snuffer’s Restaurant

This delicious destination on Greenville Avenue has been haunted for years, but it isn’t your ordinary haunting.

The strangest part?

The original building was demolished and rebuilt from the ground up in 2013.

Their resident ghost moved right back in.

It’s believed the ghost is a victim of murder, and he never lets anyone forget he has made a home in Snuffer’s Restaurant .

From employees to customers, there’s no end to the paranormal activity that this spirit stirs up.

Appearing in mirrors, making objects move, and calling out employees’ names, this is definitely the place to grab a meal if you like a sprinkle of spooky in your life.

White Rock Lake

Want to get out of the city and take a stroll through nature to hunt for a ghost in Dallas?

Then White Rock Lake is what you’re looking for!

As one of the most popular lakes in the Dallas area , it offers a plethora of activities to do as you wait for the sun to set.

But once it does, you’ll have the chance to meet the “ Lady of the Lake .”

Described as a pale girl in a sheer, soaked, white dress appears to visitors as they drive through the park at night and asks to be taken home.

By the time the helpful driver takes her to the address she asked for, all that’s left of her to remind them she really did climb into the back seat of their car is a puddle she leaves behind.

Legend says she died from drowning in a boating accident with her family.

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Six Flags Over Texas

Filled with screams of terror and enjoyment, this amusement park appears as though the only thing scary to be found is their annual Halloween attraction, Fright Fest.

But while the day and night are filled with noise, a quieter part of the park is inhabited by a spirit.

Specifically, that of a little girl named Annie.

While there may not be spirits all over the park, she has been known to appear to employees and on a ride or two not far from her small yellow home in the Texas section of the park.

So come and enjoy the park and you just might see Annie yourself!

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River Legacy Park

Just outside of Dallas, in Arlington, there is a park with not one but 3 supernatural hotspots!

So, if White Rock Lake’s ghosts were too tame for your tastes, this park is much more active.

Screaming Bridge

The first hotspot in River Legacy Park is called the “Screaming Bridge.”

It’s a very narrow bridge where a head-on collision is said to have happened, killing everyone involved.

As one might expect, this didn’t improve the reputation of the structure.

People still report paranormal activity on the bridge to this day.

And while the bridge only allows people to cross it now, it doesn’t stop the sound of oncoming traffic or two pairs of headlights from showing up after dark.

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A kindhearted ghost with the nickname the Hobo is also seen in the park.

He knocks on the windows of couples in the parking lot to check on them.

Given the man is said to have heroically passed while attempting to save a woman from her abusive boyfriend, this haunting is benign in nature.

Hell’s Gate

The final place in the park that is haunted is that of a trail that leads to “Hell’s Gate.”

While there is no physical gate, the two fenceposts remind you that there once was one.

Just as uneasy as one might feel standing on the Screaming Bridge after dark, it feels just as chilling at night.

Supposedly, Union spies were hanged here during the Civil War as punishment after being caught.

It is said that people have heard the sobbing, praying, and whispering of soldiers being led to their doom.

They make their pleas to live is in vain as a man in a Confederate Uniform looks on with evil glee.

This makes this park a must-see if you’re looking for a spooky place in the Dallas area that is away from the city.

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The Hotel Lawrence (now known as the La Quinta Inn & Suites)

This La Quinta Inn & Suites , formerly known as The Hotel Lawrence, is not a new hotel.

Constructed in 1925, the hotel was built for people passing through the city.

However, with time and reputation, it became a premier hotel everyone wanted to stay at.

Sadly, both murder and death followed the fame of the hotel.

From a congressperson committing suicide to the death of a woman who fell from one of the upper floors, this hotel has seen and heard it all.

Aside from a few distinct ghosts, most paranormal occurrences are tame.

Among the unexplained phenomenon are unexplained footsteps, some shadowy figures, and see objects move all by themselves.

The perfect paranormal escape for those who want a taste of the most haunted places in Dallas during their visit!

Book your stay at this haunted Dallas hotel today!

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Sons of Herman Hall

Thirsty for a beverage and want to learn how to dance with the dead?

Then head on over to Sons of Herman Hall , a popular bar, event, and dance hall that also happens to be a haunted Dallas destination.

Not much is known about the bar’s past, but indications of spiritual activity indicate it had a pretty positive history.

From the sound of children playing to apparitions of well-dressed patrons of the establishment, this bar stays popular around the clock.

Aside from apparitions, dance instructors and bartenders report seeing shadows, hearing, and finding that furniture has been moved.

One might even witness a picture falling off a wall or have a door slam in their face, but the spirits never stay upset for long.

So, head on over for a drink and leave with a paranormal story you’ll never forget.

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The Millermore Mansion

Dating back to the 1800s, this historic mansion was built to be a home for entrepreneur William Brown Miller.

Multiple deaths occurred in the home over the years, including two of Miller’s wives.

Those two wives and the still-born child one of his wives died giving birth also haunt the mansion.

Terrifying shrieks thought to be that of a child are heard whenever the crib is moved, and lights are seen moving about the master bedroom.

Security guards have even reported seeing white faces in the windows and unexplainable happenings they see.

Care to brave this mansion yourself?

Then schedule a visit to the haunted Millermore Mansion!

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One of Dallas' oldest hotels celebrates 100 years by sharing haunted tales: "It's hard not to believe guests"

By Nicole Nielsen

October 31, 2023 / 6:36 AM CDT / CBS Texas

DALLAS (CBSNewsTexas.com) — Opening back in 1923, Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh is celebrating 100 years of history this year—making it the second oldest hotel in Dallas. 

With this in mind, it would make sense that a soul or two would stick around, right? 

That's what Julie Garrett believes, at least. "It's hard not to believe guests when they come to you with their stories."

The most prominent one being from 1930, when a frequent guest of the hotel, Colonel Harry Stewart, bought the property and turned the 11th floor into his penthouse suite. 

"He still thinks its his," Garrett said.

It is believed he may have had a mistress, a woman named Margaret who utilized prohibition-era secret tunnels and doorways of the hotel to get to him. They are now boarded up. 

Staff can't say for sure who exactly she was, but a medium who stayed at the hotel says she believes Margaret died there. 

"She told us [Margaret] either fell to her death or was pushed," Garrett said. 

Guests claim to interact most with those two characters on the 11th floor. 

"[One guest] said the ceiling fan went on and off all night, and the hangers in the closet were clanging," Garrett said. "Water bottles were thrown from the nightstand...not rolled. Thrown."

And while CBS News Texas crews filmed the story, no haunted interactions occurred. 

That was until the footage was reviewed and a woman could be heard screaming in the back of the team's interviews.

It is hard to say what exactly was caught on tape, but the hotel's general manager Stacy Martin is skeptical. 

"I think it's worthwhile to make people aware of those stories and have fun with them, but I don't necessarily believe them," she said.

But there's no harm in coming to see for yourself. 

"I think if you want to come see for yourself, I make no guarantees that you will get what you're looking for, but I do think that you will enjoy the history and charm and the hospitality that we provide here," Martin said.

The hotel will continue to celebrate their 100th anniversary until the end of the year, and will host its 100th "NYE at the Stoneleigh" with a four-course dinner party. 

Information to attend can be found  here .

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I really like staying here and this is our second visit. We enjoy using the pool. It is never too crowded. This hotel is pretty laid back. Our suite has a very comfortable bed and I'm a light sleeper but sleep very well here. I love hearing the nearby church bells. All the staff we encountered were very nice and professional. Thank you We hope to return again soon! I did have a hard time finding out if the spa was open and when I would call no one would answer the phone. So that's why I posted information about the spa. In my review. It is not open on Mondays or Tuesdays and they don't advertise that, so just FYI , I think they're running on a skeleton crew like most businesses nowadays it's hard to find good staff so keep that in mind and I think it's important to be patient. The staff they do have seem to do a really good job. I'd like to give a shout out to Alma and Chris and Nicole. I didn't notice that when I was at the pool the bartender, Miguel was sitting to the side of the bar on his cell phone for a couple hours. I hesitated to walk up there first because I thought he was a guest just sitting over there on his phone but then when I wanted to drink, I decided to ask him and he definitely was the bartender lol, like I said, this place is laid-back. He was nice. The bathroom by the pool is very nice and I like that the shower outside has hot water. Thank you

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The staff are top-notch. The quality of the hotel is not. Don't stay here. The road noise guarantees you will have a miserable stay. But it's not necessarily the road noise; it's the fact that the hotel will not upgrade their windows. They play the story that "it's an old hotel." We've stayed at lots of old hotels and even old hotels in busy cities. Those hotels seal their windows. Don't stay here, please. The load muffler cars are in bed with you here.

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Pros: -Great Staff -Plenty of businesses in walking distance Cons: -Unnecessary fees -The hotel is across from a firehouse, so it's very loud. -AC is loud -The hotel don't have a real parking for their customers, they only have Valet parking which is $42/day. We were told to park in Dickason street which got our window busted. Asked for cameras footage, was told they don't have a camera in that area. Hotel did nothing. I wouldn't do recommend this hotel.

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We stayed at this wonderful hotel for our tenth wedding anniversary. There were a couple of "glitches" which were addressed immediately and more than fairly when brought up to management. The hotel is old and grand. It was beautifully decorated for the holidays and has a lively feel in its lobby thanks to the legendary Library Bar with its live jazz. The room was very roomy with a view of the condos directly across the street. We were a little worried staying on the second floor directly above the jazz band, but the room was very quiet. The room pallet is subdued but grand. The beds were so comfy. We both used to live in the area and spent a lot of our youths in the gay bars up the street. This hotel is almost right in the middle of Dallas' LGBTQ social scene and has been since the 70's, if that's of interest to you. We had both stayed at this hotel several times but never together. We had a great, restful staycation in our wonderful old neighborhood.

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This was a great hotel for the price and the location! We really enjoyed how easy it was to walk or ride scooters everywhere. The hotel is a little dated but decorated very nicely. The service was also outstanding no matter where we were in the hotel, that was great. The pool was nice but it could use a few more umbrellas for sunny days and maybe a couple of more chairs--we saw people sitting on the ground by a wall because there was nowhere else to sit. Definitely would stay again!

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What a great hotel. Despite the snafu at check-in (we reserved a suite only to be told upon check-in they had no suite available), the manager and front desk person went out of their way to make up for that issue. They actually diffused the situation perfectly (because I was a little pissed off after a long flight) and handled it exactly as they should have. The room was amazing, decorated in a very cozy, up-scale way and was extremely comfortable. The staff was friendly. The restaurant had amazing breakfast. Everything about the decor spoke "class." And it's super convenient to a lot of the bars in the gayborhood. Will definitely stay again when in Dallas.

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Great location for PRIDE. The hotel is located in the uptown area of Dallas. There are restaurants, bars, and shops in a two block radius. Parking is valet only but quick. The have a great mobile site to request your car. Inside the lobby is updated but period appropriate. The bar of the lobby is cozy and full service. Open till 11 PM with live music every day except Sunday. The staff were all friendly and helpful. Most importantly the room, with mini bar was well appointed. The bed was firm but not hard or worn out. There is plenty of room for two to get ready for the evening after a day at the pool and massage at Le Spa. Go, relax, and recharge!

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What a lovely space. We were greeted warmly by valet and again at the reception desk. Then escorted to our room which was absolutely wonderful. I want to take the shower home with me please! From this day forward I will only stay at Warwick properties!

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The customer service here is fantastic. Michael from reservations really bent over backwards to help me and I really appreciate him. The hotel is lovely and I'll visit again.

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This hotel is absolutely exquisite! It is a step into a more beautiful era, with beautiful antique furnishings and ornate architectural elements. There is a jazz bar called the library that was jam packed and the performer was excellent. It was definitely my type of place- decorated with resting in mind, and any modern technology in the room (except for the TV) was purposefully placed to not distract.

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19 Terrifyingly Haunted Places in DFW, TX

If you’ve lived in the DFW area for any length of time you’ll be accustomed to hearing stories of the paranormal. From Arlington to Fort Worth and Dallas, there are many ghost stories and legends that go back generations! From haunted lakes and cemeteries to haunted hotels and even haunted theme parks, Dallas-Fort Worth is a real ghost hunters paradise.

So, let’s take a look at the most haunted places in DFW, shall we?

1. Sons of Hermann Hall, Dallas

Sons of Hermann Hall

Sons of Hermann Hall came about in 1910. When four independent lodges joined together to form one large, united, lodge. The grand opening for Sons of Hermann Hall took place in 1911.

In its more than 100 year history, the Hall has served as a gathering place for an assortment of activities. Most notably music and swing dancing lessons.

The Hall remains open to the public. It is important to note, that anyone visiting the Hall for drinks, live music, swing dancing, or other entertainment should be prepared for a potential encounter with spirits of the past.

People have heard children laughing when none are present. Some have seen the former caretaker, a loving couple, and even patrons dressed in their finest, ready to attend concerts of the past.

People have seen and heard doors slam and paintings randomly fall off the walls.

2. W.E Scott Theatre, Fort Worth

W.E Scott Theatre

The ghost that’s believed to be haunting the theatre is said to be Mr. Scott himself. He has been spotted on a number of occasions and is apparently just keeping an eye on his investment since he will often straighten pictures that are hanging crooked!

Mr. Scott is not alone in the building. There is a second ghost in residence who is thought to be the spirit of Kenneth Walker, a stagehand who hanged himself in the prop room in 1970.

He is said to make an appearance dressed in a brown suit as he walks across the stage. He has also been heard laughing from under the stage as well.

3. Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington

Six Flags Over Texas

Six Flags Over Texas was the brainchild of Texas oilman, Angus G. Wynne, Jr. He wanted to create a theme park that would surpass Disneyland in size and would be accessible to more people. With that in mind, he opened Six Flags Over Texas in 1961.

The theme park offers a number of rides and activities to do for all who attend. Though park goers, will have a wide variety of experiences, the ones of the supernatural nature, are most likely the least expected.

Ghosts have been spotted in multiple areas around the park. Including the Candy Store, the Music Mill, the Palace, as well as places like the Log Ride that are open areas.

One of the most famous ghosts in the park is a little girl named Annie, who spends her time at the Candy Store. According to stories, another girl died at the age of 8 when she drowned in Johnson’s Creek. Her ghost visits an old farmhouse that now resides in the park, she is known to walk along local railroad tracks.

Other activities include lights turning on and off, curtains opening, doors slamming shut, and doors not remaining locked.  Employees of the theme park have experienced the sensation of being touched and cold spots.

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4. Fort Worth Zoo, Fort Worth

Fort Worth Zoo

Fort Worth Zoo is considered to be one of the top five zoos in the United States and despite the fact that it hosts regular ‘spooky sleepovers’, only a handful of people know that the zoo is one of the most haunted locations in Fort Worth!

The zoo is believed to be haunted by former animal trainer Michael A. Bell who was crushed to death by one of the elephants in his care in 1987! He was crushed by a four-ton bull elephant whilst attempting to move him and two females into a larger enclosure. The male decided to assert himself as the dominant male, crushing Bell in the process!

Ever since this tragic accident, visitors to the zoo have reported seeing the ghostly apparition of a man walking near the elephant and zebra exhibits. However, Bell is certainly not alone in haunting the zoo. There have also been numerous reports of a lady in white 19th-century clothing complete with a parasol pacing back and forth in front of the zoo cafe! Nobody is sure who this lady is, but her spirit is seen regularly.

5. Millermore House, Dallas Heritage Village, Dallas

An image of the reportedly haunted Millermore House at the Dallas Heritage Village, Dallas TX

Dallas Heritage Village is the location of a collection of Victorian and 19th-century pioneer homes. Some of the buildings in the village date back to the 1800s.

The Millermore Mansion is an impressive sight. Not only for its size and design but also for the presence of paranormal activity!  People have reported seeing a female ghost near the sickroom and nursery on the second floor of the Millermore. Unusual and sudden drops in temperatures in the nursery have been reported by guests and employees.

With so many people dying from infectious diseases, such as smallpox, diphtheria, and pneumonia prior to vaccinations. It is understandable that their spirits could remain.

It has also been noted that spirits related to gang murder, in the 1920s are found in the Law Office Building.

6. Artisan Center Theatre, Arlington

Artisan Center Theatre

The Artisan Center Theatre is technically in Hurst, but it is just a couple of miles from Arlington so still deserves a spot on the list! It was originally known as the Belaire Theatre and it is said to be haunted by the spirit of a former employee who died of a heart attack while he was on duty.

However, this former projectionist is not on his own because there have also been sightings of a young female ghost who several people claim to have actually interacted with and also a male spirit named Neil is not a very nice entity at all.

There are frequent reports of unexplained sounds around the theater, disembodied voices, faucets that come on and off by themselves and flickering lights.

7. Old Heron Castle, Fort Worth

Lake Worth Castle

If one sort of building is going to have a ghost story, then surely it has to be a castle and this one certainly does not disappoint!

The castle was rebuilt on the shore of Lake Worth by one of its former owners and it is said to be haunted by the spirit of a young man who is often seen wandering around the castle grounds, although there are reports of him making an appearance inside the castle as well on the odd occasion.

Another spirit that has been reported is Lake Worth’s ‘Runaway Bride’. Many visitors say that they have seen the ghostly bride as she runs across the entrance road leading up to the castle before promptly disappearing!

8. River Legacy Park, Arlington

River Legacy Park actually features several haunted hotspots within the park. In fact, there are at least two hotspots with paranormal activity here each with their own creepy tales to tell.

The first stop would be ‘Hell’s Gate’. This is a long trail that has thick swamps and large trees on either side. Local legend claims that this was the trail walked by captured Union Army spies when they were being taken to be hanged.

If that isn’t creepy enough, then your next spot is an area close to Hell’s Gate where a red-haired apparition dressed in a Confederate General’s uniform is often seen on a narrow path and sometimes people hear moaning off to the side of the track.

Screaming Bridge is another of the haunted sites in River Legacy Park. The history here is that a car full of kids perished in a car accident whilst crossing over the Trinity River on a narrow bridge.

Nowadays the narrow bridge is open to foot traffic only, but the spirits of those who perished in the accident still linger here. Witnesses have said that if you walk this trail at night you might glimpse an apparition of tombstones in the water. One for each of the deaths.

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9. Thistle Hill, Fort Worth

Thistle Hill

Thistle Hill dates back to around 1903 when it was built for Ms. Electra Waggoner Wharton, the daughter of a very wealthy rancher and oilman named William ‘Tom’ Waggoner.

These days, this historic residence serves as a venue for private events, although tours are also available.

The tales of Thistle Hill being haunted did not start until the 1970s when it is believed that some renovation work in the property disturbed the spirits who were resting there. Ever since then, two apparitions have regularly been spotted around the property.

The lady in white is said to appear on the landing of the main grand staircase, while a gentleman wearing tennis clothes and sporting a handlebar mustache. Visitors have also reported hearing phantom music drifting from the ballroom as well as some phantom footsteps and disembodied voices.

10. Goatman's Bridge, Denton

Goatman's Bridge

Goatman’s Bridge, or the Old Alton Bridge as some call it, has a long history of creepy and mysterious happenings, dating back to the 1930s.

There is a long-held belief that a half-goat, half-man lives near to the bridge and terrorizes people near it. It is believed to be the ghost of a local goat farmer, who was lynched on the bridge by the KKK.

Following the lynching, people over the years claimed that there have been mysterious disappearances when people visit the bridge at night.

Many attribute the disappearances and the overwhelmingly uncomfortable and scary feeling to the spirit of the Goatman. There are people that also believe a young woman haunts the bridge, as she is searching for her missing child.

The bridge has in fact featured on many paranormal TV shows, which has reportedly conjured up even more paranormal activity in the area!

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11. Lost Cemetery of Infants, Arlington

Society has changed so much over the years, but back in 1894 things were very different especially if you were an unmarried mother.

In fact, they were more or less considered social pariahs and were shunned by those in ‘polite society’. This is what prompted the Reverend James Tony Upchurch to establish the Berachah Industrial Home for the Redemption and Protection of Erring Girls.

This was a place where young ‘fallen’ women could learn useful skills that could be used in the workplace allowing them to rejoin society following the birth of their child.

Over time, the institution managed to evolve into a village that was pretty much self-sufficient.

However, by 1935 it had become an orphanage, presumably for the children of these erring girls. Today all that remains of the land is a graveyard known as the Lost Cemetery of Infants.

The majority of the graves here are for stillborn children or those who died soon after birth due to complications and/or birth defects.

It is fairly hidden, but those who have managed to find it has described seeing shadowy figures darting between the trees and feeling as though they are being watched.

There are also reports of disembodied children’s voices and instances of small toys appearing or disappearing from the graves.

12. La Quinta Inn & Suites, Dallas Downtown (formerly the Hotel Lawrence)

La Quinta Inn & Suites

When the La Quinta Inn & Suites first opened in 1925, it was the Scott Hotel. Initially, the hotel was for people traveling into the city through Union Station. Eventually, the hotel underwent many changes and became a popular destination.

Throughout its history, La Quinta Inn & Suites has been the site of some horrible violence.

There have been a few murders and deaths in the hotel. One of the ghosts that haunt the hotel is a murder victim, by the name of Jack “Smiley” Jackson.

The claim is that unless you politely ask him to move, he will hold the door to room 1009 shut. Another man had his throat cut, in the same room.

Additional deaths include a congressman who committed suicide and a woman who either fell or was pushed from the tenth floor. With so many deaths at the hotel, it is not unusual for people to see ghosts, hear footsteps, and see things move on their own.

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13. Arlington Music Hall, Arlington

Arlington Music Hall

Arlington Music Hall is apparently haunted by a resident spook that has been nicknamed Fred.

The venue’s former owner Jean Collins says that she has heard an invisible being moving around on stage with her and she has also experienced lights coming back on after being completely switched off as have many of her employees.

Fred is not just confined to the music hall either! The owner of ‘Babe’s Chicken Dinner House’ next door claims that he has seen Fred wander around the restaurant on occasion and he even approached the owner on one occasion and told him that he used to live here!

Fred is considered to be friendly and doesn’t mean any harm, as was once confirmed during a paranormal investigation when a female voice was captured as an EVP saying that Fred is a good man!

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14. Majestic Theater, Dallas

Majestic Theater

The Majestic Theater opened its doors on April 11, 1921. It was home to vaudeville performers and other people including, Bob Hope, Harry Houdini, Mae West, and Jack Benny.

The Majestic was closed for a time, for renovations then reopened to play host to everything from plays, to concerts, and comedy acts to name a few.

The Majestic is also home to a number of spooky happenings. Like other haunted places mentioned here, people have heard doors opening and closing, footsteps when no one is around, lights illuminating, with no explanation.

Others have reported seeing shadows and the smell of odd fragrances.

15. White Rock Lake & Flag Pole Hill, Dallas

Flag Pole Hill

Anyone who has been to Dallas or who lives near there knows of one area that needs to be avoided at night if at all possible. Perhaps the most infamous ghost story in all DFW is the one about the lady of the lake!

Legend tells of a young woman who stopped a passer-by for a lift home in their car, only for the driver to arrive at the woman’s home to find nothing but a puddle of water on the back seat and the woman nowhere to be seen. Upon knocking on the door to check if she had already gone inside, an older gentleman answered, the driver described the girl to the gentleman only for him to say that yes that was his daughter but she had died many years prior, she had tragically drowned in White Rock Lake!

There have also been countless people who have heard or been witness to, rocks being thrown at cars on the road from Flag Pole Hill. If that is not strange enough, people have also stated, that ghosts have hit cars while on the road.

The cause of the haunting at Flag Pole Hill is debated, with some connecting it to a past slaughter of Native Americans on the land, with others insisting it’s the result of murder-suicides at the nearby White Rock Lake and Blackbird Lane. 

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16. Miss Molly’s Hotel, Forth Worth Stockyards

Miss Molly’s Hotel

Miss Molly’s Hotel has long been considered to be one of the most haunted locations in Fort Worth. This does not really come as much of a big surprise since the bed & breakfast is nestled right in the heart of Fort Worth’s historic stockyards!

The hotel is known to attract mainly two types of guests in more or less equal measures – Wild West romantics and paranormal enthusiasts!

Miss Molly’s started out life as an upscale boarding house called The Palace Rooms in 1910. A short time later it became a speakeasy during the prohibition era before falling on hard times and doing a stint as a bordello!

In recent years it has become more and more known as a haunted location with a number of tragic entities circa the 1940s and 1950s making themselves known.

Most of the spirits seem to be women and they include murdered prostitutes and a lady who died from lung disease. What is the most intriguing part is that according to visiting mediums, none of the ladies seemed aware that they had passed away!

Over the years, many guests have reported seeing pretty female spirits appearing at the foot of their bed, especially in the Cattlemen’s Room. There are also reports of a young girl being spotted and she is believed to have died of typhoid in the 19th century.

The spirits here are highly active. Just some of the paranormal activity that they engage in includes creating cold spots, moving guests’ belongings, leaving coins on random surfaces, making the lights flicker, causing unexplained smells and creating shadows.

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17. Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells

Baker Hotel

The Baker Hotel with more than 400 rooms on 14 floors, opened its doors to the public in 1929.

It offered relaxation, visitors enjoyed spa-like treatments, massages, incredible food, and beverages.

Many famous entertainers and figures of the 30s, 40s, and 50s visited the Baker, including Helen Keller, Judy Garland, Will Rogers, Sammy Kaye, and even Bonnie and Clyde.

See also: Haunted Houses in DFW

The Baker witnessed many deaths during its time. As a result, people have witnessed paranormal activity at the hotel.

One common occurrence is the appearance of orbs in photographs of the Baker. Housekeepers have found glasses, with red lipstick stains in unoccupied rooms.

People have claimed to see the ghost of a little boy in a wheelchair and the ghost of a woman known as the lady in white.

Read more about the haunted Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells TX

18. The Adolphus Hotel, Dallas

The Adolphus Hotel

When things were booming in Dallas, there was a need for a grand hotel and Adolphus Busch came through for the city. By 1912, the Adolphus Hotel opened its doors to the public.

The hotel has played host to everyone from royalty, to presidents, to business moguls, and other famous individuals.

Not only is it renowned for its opulence, but guests and employees of The Adolphus have also reported a number of hauntings over the years here. There are people who feel like they are being followed or watched when no one is there. People have felt someone tapping on their shoulders when no one was near them.

Related: The Most Haunted Hotels in DFW

There are individuals who have seen windows fly open, heard the slamming of doors, as well as heard footsteps outside rooms when no one is in the hallway. On the 19 th floor, people have reported seeing the spirit of a woman, who reportedly hung herself, after her fiancé did not show up for the ceremony. People have also heard the sound of the same woman crying.

If you’re looking for a luxurious place to stay that also has the added bonus of being haunted, then The Adolphus seems to be a perfect choice!

Learn more about the haunted Adolphus Hotel, Dallas

19. Hill House Manor, Gainesville

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Built sometime in the mid-1850’s, this unassuming house on an ordinary street in Gainesville Texas, is believed to be one of the most haunted buildings in the state. The house is that haunted, the current owner has given up trying to rent the house out to tenants, instead, she has been renting it out to ghost hunters instead.

There’s an area in the house nicknamed the “Dead Area”, it’s the only room in the house that doesn’t have electricity running through it. You’ll feel a distinct heavy presence here, and it’s believed to be the area in which a person was murdered sometime during its use as a bordello.

There are many ghosts in the house, one of the most prominent is the “Angry Cowboy”. Known for being an unpleasant character, especially in the presence of women, who he’s said to attack as they wander around the house.

Learn more about the haunted Hill House Manor in Gainesville Texas


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If you're looking to sample traditional Texan luxury, consider a night or two at the Warwick Melrose Hotel. Sitting about 2 miles north of the Dallas Arts District, this stunning property was constructed in 1924 and has since catered to such notables as Elizabeth Taylor, Luciano Pavarotti and Arthur Miller. It's easy to see why the rich and famous choose to stay here: Though it lacks a pool (a sore point for some guests), the hotel is decked out in Old World decor, and the Landmark Restaurant is a favorite among guests and critics alike. While some recent travelers observed a need for an update in the decor, the traditional king rooms are still fitted with amenities like plush bathrobes and 37-inch TVs. The presidential suite covers 1,500 square feet and boasts a crystal chandelier and a garden tub. Recent visitors also warn about the street noise at night – for a more peaceful slumber, make sure to reserve a room facing away from Oak Lawn Avenue.

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Unlocking the Ghostly Past: Explore Warwick’s Haunted Buildings and Their Bone-Chilling Stories!

The spooky and kooky come out to play in Warwick’s haunted buildings on Queensland’s Darling Downs. Visit or stay for a thrill chill!

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Where to find Warwick’s haunted buildings

I’ve never seen a ghost, but sometimes, just sometimes, I get those chills up my spine and wonder. These three destinations in the welcoming town of Warwick are the perfect place to test your ghost radar. Is it all just too many Stephen King novels, or will you experience something supernatural? Do share what happens!

Warwick is a thriving rural town on Queensland’s Southern Downs, renowned for its historic buildings. From humble shepherd’s slab huts where Australia’s greatest shearer, Jackie Howe, was born to grand public buildings and homesteads of sandstone, her streetscape is still dominated by grand heritage architecture.

But, there’s something else, and it’s not until you enter these grand old dames that the stories of the past emerge, where sometimes their paranormal presence can really be felt.

WARNING! Don’t watch this video late at night – only joking!

Warwick's haunted buildings Glengallan Homestead

Glengallan Homestead

Uninhabited for more than half its lifetime, Glengallan Homestead on the outskirts of Warwick remains frozen in time and quite possibly one of Warwick’s haunted buildings.

A visit here is like stepping into a time-warp back to 1867, when the solitary sandstone building oversaw the fertile Glengallan Valley to Cunningham’s Gap in the Great Divide, and some of those early residents may still be enjoying the view. I’ve visited here several times and I’m fascinated by the house.  It’s not a restored building, but rather preserved to show the passage of time.  Is it spooky? Well I would not want to be here after dark!

“People come back to the Heritage Centre after going through the house and tell us stories of how they felt a chill or saw someone at a window,” explains Donna Fraser, Chair of Glengallan Homestead Trust.

“Restored from ruin in 2001, the iconic Glengallan Homestead emerges from the ruins of the 1867 mansion as a unique heritage experience,” explains Donna. “The building is a traditional Victorian style built of sandstone to last the testament of time, with the addition of the Queensland wrap-around verandas.”

Glengallan Homestead General Manager Jonno Colfs recalls his first-time being in the homestead alone, “I definitely felt something, a little bit spooked, a little bit eerie. I scooted out in quite a hurry. I try not to look at the windows as I walk across the lawn to the house, as the last thing I want to see is movement in a window. But, of course, it’s probably 100 per cent my imagination and reading too many Stephen King novels.”

Warwick Haunted Buildings Glengallan bedroom

The partially restored drawing room at Glengallan Homestead

Visiting Glengallan Homestead

Glengallan Homestead is open 10 am to 4 pm, Wednesday to Sunday. It’s a great destination for day trippers, tour groups, school visits, reunions, weddings, workshops, seminars, markets and photography. Entry is free to the Heritage Centre Cafe, which serves traditional fare with modern flair. You’ll also find souvenirs, arts and crafts and local produce from the gift shop. Seasonal markets are held in the heritage gardens first Sunday of March, June, September, and December. Take an informative self-guided tour of the Homestead and wander the five-acre grounds. For those interested in the paranormal, Katie Harvey Paranormal organises Ghosts of Glengallan Homestead tours for small groups.

Find it at 18515 New England Highway, Warwick.

The children’s room at Glengallan

Warwick Haunted Building Glengallan interior

High tea at Glengallan Homestead

Glengallan Homestead High Tea

This is a high tea you don’t want to miss! It’s is absolutely packed full of treats. You can taste the country goodness in ever generous bite. The Glengallan Homestead high tea is available Wednesday to Sunday at 11 am or 2 pm. Bookings are essential, and it’s just $35 per person. What a bargain! Call the centre to book.

Glengallan Homestead and Heritage Centre

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High Tea Menu at Glengallan Homestead

Discover plenty of heritage charm at Abbey Boutique Hotel

Abbey Boutique Hotel

Is this gorgeous boutique hotel one of Warwick’s haunted buildings? The jury is out on this one so you’ll have to come and stay here for yourself!  From the moment I stepped through the door I knew this was a special place. I love the dark wood detailing throughout. There’s even a bell to ring that called the sisters to prayer.

“Originally it was built as a convent in 1891,” explains owner and self-confessed building custodian Mark Cairns. “In its heyday, it had some 60 girls boarding here and taught by the nuns.”

“We instantly fell in love with the property and originally purchased it as a residence but decided to renovate it to a boutique hotel,” said Mark. “When we first bought it, it was spooky and eerie. You do hear things at night. Things do move around a bit. For example, we had a person staying here the other night; he said he didn’t lock his door, but suddenly, the lock was closed, and the key had been turned in the lock.”

“We do Murder Mysteries, where you and up to 25 to 30 friends can book out the entire property. Then, we’ll host the Murder Mystery for you, including dining and spending the night.

“So, are we haunted?” asks Mark. “Well, you definitely can hear everything in Warwick, it’s nice and quiet here, and lots of things do happen here, but my wife thinks not. It’s really up to people to experience for themselves. We’re here to look after this magnificent historic building for the next generation and hopefully preserve her forever.”

The entrance at Abbey Boutique Hotel

 Abbey Boutique Hotel Warwick

Stay at Abbey Boutique Hotel

This Victorian/Gothic building features include well-tended gardens, opulent furnishings, beautiful original stained glass from the Royal Bavarian Institute in Munich (who also made glass for the Vatican) and a statue designed by sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi who designed the Statue of Liberty.

Visit the Abbey to do a self-guided tour of the downstairs most weekdays, provided you phone first to book or treat yourself to a night or two. This stately sandstone Heritage-listed Bed and Breakfast guest house was originally built in 1891 as a convent for the Sisters of Mercy. You can also hold your wedding or private function here or book in for high tea. Groups are catered for by prior arrangement with lunch, morning tea or tours. Find it at 8 Locke Street, Warwick.

Abbey Boutique Hotel drawing room

The impressive street facade of the Criterion Hotel, one of Warwick’s haunted buildings

Criterion Hotel

Walking through Warwick’s CBD, you’ll spot another grand dame, the Criterion Hotel. Built-in 1917, the hotel was added to the Queensland Heritage Register in 1992.  There’s no doubt in Valerie Prentice’s mind that this is one of Warwick’s haunted buildings.

It’s a traditional Aussie pub, and it’s easy to imagine pulling up a stool and enjoying a beer here.  Do ask the bartender about the Three Bullet Bar, but that’s another story!

Valerie, one of the hotel’s owners, explains the hotel’s spooky side. “I call myself the Spiritual Guardian of the Criterion Hotel, a hotel custodian,” she said.  “In 1917, Warwick was going to be the financial capital of the Outback. So Mrs Allman, a widow with three sons, invested a substantial amount of money rebuilding the hotel to be one of the most imposing and finest hotels in Queensland.”

“You need to remember this happened at a time when women couldn’t even vote. Being a publican was one of the only ways a woman could have power; it was a way to have status,” says Valerie.

Mrs Allman is said to still have quite a presence in the hotel. “The hotel is a beautiful expression of that time, she embraces you, and she’s a rather demanding lady that needs attention and respect. You know when Mrs Allman is happy and not happy with you. Her presence can mainly be experienced in the kitchen and the Allman Room. People would walk past and see a strong stout woman in a Victorian dress walking to the (original historic) mirror,” said Valerie. “I imagine she is quite a formidable woman.”

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Heritage-style bedroom in the Criterion Hotel, one of Warwick’s haunted buildings

Visiting the Criterion Hotel

You’ll find The Criterion Hotel at 84 Palmerin Street in Warwick in the heart of town. This heritage-listed pub was rebuilt in 1917 and offers 25 rooms as accommodation. Two rooms have a private lounge and ensuite. The others are very affordable typical pub-style rooms, with shared facilities. The Criterion Hotel has two functions rooms, Allman Room and the Ballroom and gaming, plus two bars, the famous Three Bullet Bar and the Lounge Bar. There is a fireplace lounge where you can relax and enjoy the old charm of the hotel. At the back is a beer garden and three pool tables throughout the hotel, will keep you busy.

Explore the Southern Downs

These marvellous Warwick haunted buildings are just a taste of what you’ll discover in Queensland’s Southern Downs.  Here are some more great spots and things to do in the region.

  • Take a Granite Belt Food Trail
  • Pick your own strawberries
  • Explore on a bicycle ride

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Park Inn by Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow

Mezhdunarodnoe Shosse 1, 141400 Khimki, Russia – Excellent location - show map

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The staff working there is really great, polite and understanding. Zaur, one of the staff members in particular helped me a lot with my stay. I had an issue with my booking, he managed to resolve it super quickly. I was also offered a room upgrade, which was very generous. Thanks a million again! The room was nicely furnished, everything was clean including bathroom. I highly recommend, great option for transit travels.

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The hotel is located closest to terminal D/E is simply awesome. Before Corona I regularly stayed overnight here when arriving late from Europe. It was okay, but you could feel that the hotel needed some touch up. Today, the hotel is renovated. The rooms are comfortable and the bar downstairs became really cosy, a place where you like to sit for a drink to relax. Besides that I met only super friendly staff. A hotel to come back.

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Good hotel, extended checkout to 14:00. We had no issues with room temperature (mentioned in some previous reviews). Also it's super easy accessible from the airport building. Breakfast is ok.

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Very convenient at few hundred meters from departure gates when you have long transit.staff speaks well english and are very helpful The Acess cluld be a challenge as there is no indication for any hotels inside de airport. To get access to all hotel: just follow the Aeroexpress display, then you will notice the name of hotel Radission BLU. You need to enter in the Radission BLU hotel and then get out to the opposite exit to get outside. After that, Park Inn is at 100m straight to the left through a small clean path.

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This hotel is great for guests seeking a comfortable base in Khimki. It features a restaurant and a lobby bar. Guests can enjoy traditional Russian and European dishes at the restaurant and a choice of drinks at the bar. WiFi access is available in all areas of Park Inn Sheremetyevo Airport. The nearest airport terminal is just 200 metres away. The Park Inn Sheremetyevo is located within easy reach of the city centre, historical sights, as well as the international exhibition centre Crocus Expo.

Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.3 for a two-person trip.

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  • Very good breakfast

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Restaurants 1 restaurant on site.

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Facilities of Park Inn by Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow Great facilities! Review score, 8.8

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Russian guests are kindly asked to present a national (internal) passport at check-in.

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Please be informed that to visit the hotel guests need to get through the customs officers and border control at the airport, therefore applicable visa regulations apply.

Complimentary breakfast is offered for children 5 years and younger. Children 6 to 12 years old are offered breakfast at 50% discount.

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Park Inn by Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow is 5 miles from the centre of Khimki. All distances are measured in straight lines. Actual travel distances may vary.

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Check-in at Park Inn by Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow is from 14:00, and check-out is until 12:00.

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    7 - 17 years. Extra bed upon request. RUB 1,300 per child, per night. Adult (18+ years) Extra bed upon request. RUB 1,300 per person, per night. Prices for cots and extra beds are not included in the total price, and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.


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