If you are planning a trip to Anson, Texas to see the lights, make sure you read the directions below on how to get to the Anson Lights+.
Anson, Texas is a small town located 20 miles north of Abilene. Take HWY 277 N to get there. It is the home of a well known yet ++++++unexplained phenomena that has simultaneously delighted, terrified, and baffled visitors for decades––the Anson Ghost Lights.
Hundreds of people have traveled from far and wide to witness these strange illuminations, and the process for conjuring the lights seems to be unanimously agreed upon.
When entering Anson, turn right at the Alsupps.
You should now be traveling East on 17th St. (HWY 180) and travel until you come upon the graveyard just outside of town.
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.
The route that runs along State Highway 32 for 122 miles is one of the most scenic in the hill country of Texas, but it also can be one of the most treacherous and spookiest. Its history, like many areas of the West, has seen its share of violence to Native Americans and white settlers alike. And many ghosts seem to have lingered:
Numerous sightings in July 1969 led to the belief of a half-man, half-goat creature living in Lake Worth in Texas. Terry Deckard, a reporter, wrote an article about it in the newspaper, which made the front page. The headline read: “Fishy Man-Goat Terrifies Couples Parked at Lake Worth.” The couples that reported the sightings described it as a half-man, half-goat, with fur and scales.
This creepy Ouija Board story was sent in by a fan of THSOT. Check it out! – Odessa, Tx
“My uncle told this story when I was a kid.
When he was a kid in Mexico he had friends that liked playing with a ouija board. They always invited him, but he never took them up on their offer. They kept insisting that he play. One day he took them up on their offer.
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.
White Rock Lake in Dallas, Texas is said to be haunted by the ghost of a young lady dressed in a white gown. The girl drowned in the lake years ago and her ghostly apparition has haunted the area ever since.