Thursday, September 15, 2016

The Most Haunted Places In San Antonio

Halloween might only take place on one night, but those who really enjoy the spooky holiday will enjoy getting their pants scared off for the entire month of October. If you like getting your adrenaline pumping, here are 5 places in San Antonio worth checking out (if you dare).


A former nun is said to haunt the halls of Dubuis Hall.


Dr. Emily West, who the hotel is named after, helped end the Revolutionary War. The hotel is said to be haunted by old patients and those who fought in the Battle of the Alamo. There are claims of a woman in roaming the halls in medical gown and other unexplained activities.


There are claims of unexplained activities such as music being played, dolls being moved around and doors opening by ghost.

Frank (former Alamo Street Theatre and Restaurant)
It is said that Margaret Gething, an actress who performed here a lot and lived a couple blocks away, can be seen still performing on the balcony from time to time.

There are reports that the west wing is haunted by a woman who use to have a home there.


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