Haunted places in Texas

Welcome to the haunted hovels section of haunted places in Texas. Please select a link below to view information on that location.

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Brief History of the state and it's hauntings

The written history of Texas begins in 1519, when the region was found to be populated by various Indian tribes. Alonso Alvarez de Pineda explored the northern Gulf Coast. During the period of 1519 to 1865, all or parts of Texas were claimed by six countries: Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the United States of America, and the Confederate States of America.

Texas has seen many battles in its time, including the Mexican War of Independence, the Texas Revolution, various Indian wars and it was the site of many battles during the American civil war.

Austin, Driskill Hotel

Brownsville, University of Texas

Houston, Jefferson Davis hospital

Roby, Fisher county jail

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