Are you ready to get shivers down your spine this spooky season? We are! There are so many haunted places in Dallas that you need to check out if you dare! From haunted trails, bars, restaurants, hotels and more Dallas is built on hauntings and shadows of years past that will have you feeling curious and scared.
Coombs Creek Trail in Dallas is a great trail for walking your dog, riding bikes, or seeing a ghost? Take your next hike on this trail to see if you can discover this haunting for yourself. Legend has it a girl named Mary haunts this trail after disappearing on a bike ride many years ago. Maybe you could be the one to discover what's keeping her in the woods.
Sons of Hermann Hall in Deep Ellum is the oldest free standing wood structure as well as the oldest bar in Dallas. This gathering place built in 1911 is supposedly one of the most haunted places in Dallas. Reports of doors slamming shut, paintings thrown off the walls, and ghostly figures make this place the best spooky backdrop for your next event or happy hour.
Have you heard of the Lady of the Lake? This popular ghostly legend is based out of White Rock Lake in Dallas. According to the tales, the Lady of the Lake may appear at night in front of your headlights asking to be taken home, however, upon welcoming her into your car you may find she quickly disappears...as her spirit seems to be connected to the lake. Our suggestion, stick to visiting White Rock Lake during daylight hours.
The Millermore Mansion is a historic home located in Old City Park in Dallas. Old City Park hosts the largest collection of 19th Century homes in Texas, and with this distinction comes a lot of history and hauntings. The ghosts of William B. Miller and his family still seem to haunt the Millermore Mansion after all these years, and visitors to the home report eerie sightings and a strange feeling of being watched. While the home is closed during visiting hours, you can tour the home by booking online!
This historic old hotel could also be one of the most haunted places in Dallas. The Adolphus may be home to many spirits who have come and gone throughout this hotel's rich history. One ghost that is reported the most, is the spirit of a bride who was left at the altar. Even in the afterlife, she is heard crying through the halls of The Adolphus as she must have never recovered from her heartbreak. The Adolphus is a great place for a spooky staycation in Dallas, if you want to uncover some of these spirits for yourself.
What would a good list of haunted places in Dallas be without a haunted theater? The Majestic Theatre in Dallas is known for the haunting of its original owner, Karl Hoblitzelle. Those who work at the theater feel that his presence is there to make sure that everything runs smoothly and to his liking. The theater is still open today, and has great live events throughout the season. Maybe while you’re there, you'll feel the presence of the theater ghost hoping that you'll enjoy the show.
Snuffer's Restaurant and Bar on Greenville Avenue is serving up burgers, hot dogs, and hauntings. Before becoming Snuffer's, another restaurant sat at this location and legend has it the ghost of a man who was stabbed in the building still haunts the site. Even after Snuffer's was rebuilt in 2013, employees still claim to hear the painful footsteps of the man limping across the restaurant.
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