Mission, TX, located in Deep South Texas, appears to be a paranormal hot spot as we continue to get many interesting and creepy stories from this border town.
This strange story comes to us from a woman located in Mission, TX. Apparently, she had a terrifying encounter at the Mission Regional Hospital with the spirits of dead people. Check out her story below.
“Well, growing up my household was pretty religious. We never really spoke of ghosts, but my dad always believed in them. He would always experience creepy things in Mexico including some things here (Mission, TX). My brother always hangs out with his friend, Noe, and they were horse-playing. Continue reading Spirits of The Dead- Mission Regional Hospital (Mission, TX)
Mission, TX – La Lomita Mission
“This old mission has just recently been open to the public. In the mission’s heyday, priests were rumored to be having intercourse with the nuns and burying the children’s bodies on the grounds. One night some illegal immigrants, who were aware of what was going on, went in and killed two of the priests. The third priest went to get help, but died while searching. The robes and bones of the priests were on display up until a couple of years ago.
Thereafter, it became an asylum for the mentally challenged. Many of the people working there reported seeing figures in robes walking around the grounds at night. The asylum shut down completely recently, but the grounds are still open to tourists during the day. You may not be able to go inside the old mission, but it is still worth going the trip.” Continue reading The Haunted La Lomita Mission (Mission, TX)
For decades, there have been rumors about Mission Junior being haunted by the restless spirit of a deceased teacher.
“Mission Junior High School – Science Building East Stairwell- formerly Mission High School At night, you can just make out the shadow of a man walking up and down the stairs ( supposedly a teacher who fell down the stairs when he was leaving one night after school.) Continue reading Mission Junior High Shadow Teacher (Mission, TX)
Considering the vast history surrounding Edinburg, we’re not surprised to hear about alleged shadow man sightings at the Museum located at 200 N Closner Blvd, Edinburg, TX 78541. Have any of you from South Texas ever heard about this? Leave us a comment.
“The Museum of South Texas History was formally the old Edinburg courthouse and jail. In the original part of the building you get an eerie feeling as you walk up the stairs to the tower. Continue reading Hanging Shadow Man – Museum of South Texas History (Edinburg, TX)
Bragg Road – The Ghost Road of Hardin County
“Mysterious ghost lights haunt this isolated road in the heart of the Big Thicket. A unique part of Hardin County is also one of its most mysterious, fascinating and out-if-way places: The Ghost Road.
The Ghost Road is situated in the heart of the Big Thicket. It begins at a bend on Farm-to-Market Road 787 that is 1.7 miles north of the intersection of FM 787-770, near Saratoga.
Trees growing on both sides offer a natural canopy as drivers travel down the long dirt road. Its original name is the Bragg Road, named after the town that was in that area at one time. The name Ghost Road was attached in this century after a number of tales that center around a ghostly light that is said to be seen on certain occasions at night. Continue reading Bragg Road – The Ghost Road of Hardin County, TX
We stumbled upon a tragic story originating from the South Texas border town, Pharr. According to local legend, a family met their demise in 1963 at the hands of a house fire. Check out an investigation by some local paranormal investigators.
“There’s a dirt road that leads to a corn field and around the corn field there used to be a ranch that had two barns and a small house. There’s proven evidence that the family had died in the burning of Pharr in 1963. Continue reading The Ghost Family of Whalen Road (Pharr,TX)
Natives of Harlingen, Texas can tell you all about the little apparition who haunts Matz Street. Locals claim that the girl wanders up and down the street, sobbing into her hands. When approached, she is unresponsive, but will sometimes peer up at her would-be good Samaritans, before mysteriously vanishing before their eyes!
Read what these people had to say about it. Continue reading The Crying Little Girl of Matz Street (Harlingen, TX)
This story comes to us from an anonymous source from Edinburg, TX. A woman is plagued by Shadow People and possible demonic activity in her apt off of Sugar Road. Have any of you ever experienced anything like this before?
“I lived on Carson Street in apartments that were fairly new in Edinburg. Carson is off of Sugar Road. My roommate had many girlfriends and some were a little odd, but decided to move out and live with one of them. He moved out quickly and I was a little shocked by it. I decided to move into his old room. The first night in my new room was scary. I felt like something was in the room with me and saw shadows on wall. I paid no mind to it, but I wanted to run out of there. Continue reading Haunted by Shadow People and Demons on Carson Street (Edinburg, TX)
There are regular reports of the Animal Industries building at Texas A&M in College Station, TX, being haunted. According to students and staff, the restless spirit of Roy Simms can be seen throughout the building.
“The basement used to serve as a slaughter house to teach students how to butcher meat. One day, one of the instructors was down there alone when he cut himself severely. His blade slipped and he severed his femoral artery and bled to death before help could arrive. Some stories say he dragged himself across the floor toward the elevator before he died, leaving a long blood trail behind him. Students claim to see apparitions and sometimes find unexplained dark stains on the floors of the building.”
Continue reading The Tale of Roy Simms; the man who haunts the Texas A&M Animal Industries Building.
Marshall, Texas is littered with reports about the paranormal and supernatural.
Check out what Becky had to say about Marshall, TX.
“If you want to scare someone, you take them down Stagecoach Road. At night you stop the car, roll down the windows, and turn off the lights. The very last time I was there, we did this. We then felt the back end of the truck go down, like something was stepping on the back bumper.
Continue reading Stagecoach Road in Marshall, TX