Welcome to Real Haunted Houses! Are you looking for a haunted house? We are working hard to create the most complete library of haunted houses, spooky stories, ghostly tales and all things paranormal. We have mountains of stories about ghosts, ghouls, and specters. Do you believe in the supernatural? Read the stories, and you will start to see why you should!
It is said that an adolescent nephew of Texas governor Pendleton Murrah committed suicide in one the mansion's bedrooms after his proposal was refused. After strange sounds continued to come from the bedroom, the governor had the room sealed. The room stayed seal for over forty years before being reopened. Guests now report hearing the sound of a young boy's heartbreak. It is also rumored that Sam Houston also haunts the house.
His legend lives on well beyond his earthly time, and now, with the resurgence of pirate literature, pirate movies and a general fascination with all things pirate, it seems only fitting we introduce the legend of Blackbeard’s ghost.
When this house was being built in 1996, a worker accused a coworker of having an affair with his wife. In a bitter fit of rage, the worker killed the supposed adulterer, and buried him in the foundation of the house. Today, the neighbors living around the house have reported observing a silhouette of a man with a nail in his chest hammering boards and pieces of furniture.
Many years ago, an overweight slightly retarded child named Tommy D ran the mile in 14 minutes and 41 seconds -- the worst time in school history. After being teased by his peers, the boy referred to as Tommy Dummy was determined to run the mile faster. One weekend, Tommy went to the field and ran the mile alone in under ten minutes. This is known only because he corpse was found at the finish line the following Monday grasping his stopwatch. Since then, each time students run the mile, they
It is said that many years ago, a serial rapist was running rampant through the town. Late one night a car pulled up to one female�s house and started flashing the lights and honking the horn. Fearing that it was the rapist, the young lady called her beau to come and protect her. Hurriedly trying to reach his love, the man was killed trying to make a sharp turn on his motorcycle. Allegedly, if one goes to the site of the girl�s house and flashes his lights and honks his horn, the light of
A former Civil War prison camp, Camp Lincoln is haunted. The lighthouse, which is no longer in use, is also plagued by paranormal activity. There are stories of a woman who hunts for a grave, asking passers by to help her find it. A general is also known to haunt the fort proper; his faint voice is often heard and his figure is often seen.