“Time for bed,” announced Mrs. Castro. “Get your PJs on, Julian, and brush your teeth.”
Julian Castro had experienced a bit of a growth spurt before his fifth birthday, so he could reach the sink without a step. After rebuttoning his pajama shirt, he set his teddy bear on the toilet seat and made careful swirls across his teeth with the toothbrush. He always tried to be a good boy, though his parents didn’t seem to notice much. They had their jobs and their friends. Julian was expected to keep out of the way and let them live their lives, so he made himself as invisible as possible.
In Brownsville, as in many other places, they have a well-known road ghost legend, but this one might be the most unique road ghost story you have ever heard. You see, in Brownsville there is a fairly well-travelled farm road called Farm Road 511, and while it seems to be a perfectly normal road by the light of day, the locals warn of traveling it late at night, lest you encounter the road’s ghostly inhabitants.
A woman in Pharr,TX writes in a story about the legendary “Lechusa”
“Years ago when i was young, my mother told me a story of the Lechusa (witch owls).
When my mom was a child back in the late 60’s she said a neighbor a few houses down was sick. The lady down the street was pretty much in bed all day so her husband stayed home caring for her. People from the neighborhood including the lady’s husband would always see a Lechusa flying around the house but mainly at night.
A man in Eagle Pass, TX witnesses a flying winged humanoid-looking creature.
“I remember going to Eagle Pass back in 1988. It was very dark that night. We were coming in from San Antonio. I don’t remember what road it was but it had to be the main highway. As we were driving we saw something fly in front of the truck.
There are many places in Texas that have the reputation of being haunted. Some spots lurk with strange sounds and are filled with weird things. This does not include only haunted houses but hills, roads, bridges, and lagoons. In a small Valley town named Alice, people will tell you the Amargosa bridge brings bad luck to those who linger on it.
Here’s a really creepy story sent in from Donna, TX
“First of all, the region where I live consists of predominately Hispanic and Mexican culture and with it comes a vast, embedded root of paranormal and unexplained phenomena. For decades people around here have reported all kinds of abnormal and supernatural occurrences ranging from UFO’s to ghost to cryptids. Today, I am going to tell you about a story my uncle told me that still creeps the hell out of me every time I think about it.
The mysterious “Lady In White” of South Padre Island, TX has been spotted walking along the beach in the middle of the night.
“In the summer of 1989 me and my family were on our way to enjoy a fishing trip out at little shell / big shell. While driving south on the beach approximately 25 miles South of Maliquite Beach and at about 3 am we drove up to a woman dressed in all white clothing who was standing in ankle deep water at the shore line.
Corpus Christi, TX is home to the Bill Witt Airplane Hangar. It is said to be haunted.
“Visitors to the old hangar spoke of eerie, spectral sounds such as footsteps or the sound of breathing while others spoke of seeing mysterious shadows that moved about the ruins. Cameras and flashlights were said to have a mysterious habit of dying while on the premises and it was also quite common for visitors to be “touched” by unseen entities.