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Ghostly tales

Readers share scarey stories
Written by , published October 28, 2015

jeffersonHalloween certainly drums up images of ghosts, goblins and the sort, but the truth is, most Texans can tell you a solid ghost story anytime of the year. Whether skeptic or believer, sharing a first-hand experience or passing on the tale, there are many goosebump-inducing stories to be told.

Storyteller Alicia Nevárez-Warner wins a San Antonio prize package: A two-night stay at the Omni San Antonio Hotel at the Colonnade, breakfast for two at Bolo's Restaurant, two tickets and an exhibit catalogue to the Miró Exhibition at the McNay Art Museum. The others will receive a Texas Highways 2016 calendar for participating. Thank you!

Read more about the exhibit: Miró: The Experience of Seeing

We asked readers to share their stories and here are a few of our favorites.

Menger Meddler

Taking the "We'll leave the light on" message to new levels.


Fright School

The work is neverending at this flight school.


Disappearing Act

Now you see him, now ... where'd he go?!


'Gastly' Ghost?

Did you hear that? Uhm. Maybe.

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