April Slaughter's Ghosthunting Texas. America's Haunted Road Trip PDF

By April Slaughter

ISBN-10: 1578603609

ISBN-13: 9781578603602

The Lone famous person nation is so monstrous it contains with reference to every little thing — together with ghosts! This advisor is split into areas to make it effortless to discover the phantoms. North Texas bargains such creepy locations because the previous Alton Bridge and pass over Molly's mattress & Breakfast. West Texas spooks hang-out the Permia Playhouse and ancient fortress Davis. In principal Texas, they have been noticed terrorizing the Driskill resort and the Austin Pizza backyard. greater than 50 spooky websites are right here, in addition to particular maps and pictures of every haunted locale.

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I hadn’t been near the gallows for more than five minutes when I began to feel really sick, and I just felt the need to get out of the building for awhile to get some fresh air. I knew from past experiences that this feeling meant I needed to leave, so I paid attention. ” Standing as a reminder of all that once was in the rich stories of Texas’ past, the Motley County Jail may indeed be home to the restless spirits of those once physically held there. CHAPTER 3 Fort Phantom Hill ABILENE / HOLLY Fort Phantom Hill guardhouse (April Slaughter) FROM A VERY YOUNG AGE, I have possessed a desire to step out of the present and into the past; to see and experience history and the world around me as it once was.

What was left of the fort following the fire was turned into a way station for the Southern Overland Mail in 1858 and manned by a Mr. and Mrs. Burlington, who lived alone on the property. B. Barry of the Confederacy used Fort Phantom Hill as a base of operations during the Civil War, and in 1871 it served as a sub-post of Fort Griffin, which was located near what is now Albany, Texas. Today the property remains isolated and nearly deserted, with three buildings still standing and about a dozen stone chimneys scattered about.

After just a few minutes of waiting in the car, a gentleman approached us with a friendly wave and allowed us to enter. Michael Sanchez introduced himself and walked us toward the guardhouse, which is the main building closest to the entrance. “Sorry I wasn’t here sooner. ” Mr. Sanchez lives in a home just across the street, and opens the fort to the public every day at dawn, making sure to also lock it up at dusk every evening. He took a quick look around as we discussed our excitement in visiting the ruins.

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