Are you a believer in ghosts or are you doubtful about their existence?
Sometimes we need to see something for ourselves in order to genuinely believe it. So here is some proof from allegedly haunted locations in San Antonio and the surrounding areas.
This ancient hotel, located near the Alamo, was established in 1859, and many visitors and workers have claimed that it is haunted. Felishia Powel, a KSAT viewer, sent the channel a snapshot that was taken by her on a visit to the Menger Hotel in 2013. It apparently shows a youngster in red clothing strolling past a shadowy figure, but she claims that nothing was there when she took the photo.
This Seguin hotel, established in 1840, is reported to be haunted by a variety of spirits. Many people have visited the location and taken photographs of inexplicable ghostly beings. If you dare to visit it, it is now open for overnight stays.
This New Braunfels hotel is also said to be haunted. According to its staff, there has been a lot of paranormal activity on the second floor toward the end of the hallway around rooms 215 and 217. Children can be heard playing in the middle of the night, despite the fact that no children were ever listed as guests on that level. During a 2016 investigation, members of San Antonio Paranormal Investigations captured a snapshot of a child’s hand when the floor was vacant.
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Employees at this museum have witnessed phenomena that they cannot explain and have documented some of the occurrences on camera. Once, when the museum’s gift store was closed, security cameras showed something moving inside.
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