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Ghosts of Galveston

In the 19th Century, tragedies washed over Galveston as regularly as the tides: deadly fires, yellow-fever epidemics, and hurricanes. Anecdotally,…

Haunted Jefferson: Ghost tours and spooky train rides

Lights flicker on and off by themselves. Cigarette smoke scents an empty room. Shadowy figures move down hallways. We’re not…

Texas Haunts: Apparitions and Ghostly Visions

The sleepy town of Milford is home to a bed-and-breakfast inn that places a capital H on the word Haunting. Originally built…

Governor’s Mansion’s Ghost

A suicide in Austin spawned the Governor’s Mansion’s most famous ghost story. It happened during the Civil War, when a…

Ghosts, Goblins, and Galveston

In one of Texas’ oldest cities, where dozens of buildings boast creaky floors and historical markers, it’s easy to get…

Calling All Ghosts

According to historian Dash Beardsley of Galveston, who has led ghost-searching treks of the island's Strand National Historic District for nearly three…
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