The Haunted Train of Aquilla, TX

“A long time ago, back in the day the small town of Aquilla was burnt to the ground two times due to trains throwing sparks as they rode through.

In the town there were many train tracks but because of the fires, they were then removed so the townspeople could be safe and so that they wouldn’t have to deal with such fires anymore.

After they had removed the tracks, you would think that you would never hear or see a train in that area again, right? Wrong. People who live in that area say that still here the trains to this day.

Residents of the surrounding neighborhoods say that the train sounds are so loud they awaken them in the middle of the night. They often feel the rattling of their belongings every once in a while as well.

Have you ever seen a train light? If not, you should know that they are very bright and they can often be blinding if you look directly into them. This is another thing that many residents have experienced as well.

Lights so bright will shine into their windows when they hear these train sounds, but when they look out the window, there is nothing out there at all.

train lights

So, it’s not just people ghosts that can haunt a town, it can be ghost trains too!

Texas is a beautiful and great place to live, as you can see by the stories above, nobody wants to leave it. Even after they die! Be sure to check out these locations any time that you are nearby.

Be brave and stay for an evening at Driskall or have a nice plate of spaghetti at that Spaghetti Warehouse and see some ghost legs. If you don’t believe in ghosts, you surely will after spending time in the areas above!”

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One Comment on “The Haunted Train of Aquilla, TX”

  1. I actually live in aquilla, TX. Ghost train is correct, hear it on a nightly basis. It’s an amazing experience. First time I heard it, I looked at my sister who was staring back at me. She told me the closest train was about 20 miles away so we researched it and found out about the ghost train.

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