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The Spaghetti Warehouse

Houston, Texas

This restaurant used to house furs and allegedly many murders occurred here as well. Many of the waiters who work at this establishment refuse to venture upstairs due to all the paranormal activity that takes place there.

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Michael says:

September 30, 2005, 11:32 pm

that place is haunted. my friend ariel was in the girls restroom and then she came out and told me that was when she was washing her hands she saw a blue ball floating across the room. then she said the room got cold and she saw a hazy figure in the mirrror.

Jr says:

October 31, 2005, 10:21 am

That’s a first. A haunted italian restaraunt

Kelli says:

January 7, 2006, 1:51 am

ur frined was not int he warehosue at houston she was in the one at the stockyards in fort worth that has happened numverous times along with other sitings of other ghosts, however i beleive that speghetti warehouse closed.. can anyone tell me y??? because i loved goin there and thenn all of a sudden tis clsoed, and its the closest one to me i miss it :( email me if u kno y,

Mo says:

January 16, 2006, 9:40 pm

Why would there be murders in an italian restaurant? I wish I could check that out.

sarah hogg says:

January 23, 2006, 12:53 pm

the land i live on is haunted no joke. well in lufkin tx there was to girls riding there 4 wheeler and they fell into the pond. there dad saw it when it happened and ran to save them but it was to late. he saw a indian girl get out of the pond and run to this house. and iâ??v seen this house and an indian grave yard. well anyways. he saw there was blood in the water. so now he always wants to get two more daughters but the girl wants two more to kill. and i realy have seen these people some times.

Kristi & Mercedes says:

February 4, 2006, 7:47 pm

why would a restaurant that serves italian food be haunted?????

Yara says:

February 11, 2006, 5:01 pm

My friends and I went there for lunch and we had fun putting sugar in the salt shakers. Spaghetti was good though…

Tex says:

February 24, 2006, 5:45 pm

Not true. My girlfriends brother worked there. Nothing but a bunch of gay men waiters, mostly from the nearby theatre district. They are out of work actors and they love to bullshit people. Don’t fall for the lies!

jean says:

March 13, 2006, 8:31 pm

just to let you now the spaghetti warehouse is in San Antonio. and yes it is still open

James says:

March 18, 2006, 11:59 pm

There is one in houston as well… just to let you know

Jon says:

March 28, 2006, 11:23 pm

LOL i remember the one in fort worth….i ordered like a meatball suprise or somthing but they gave me 2 HUGE meatballs with like… about 5 spaghetti strands on top.. but ya, i heard the fort worth one was haunted it was always kinda gloomy with that train er w/e bieng in there..

Yossie says:

April 3, 2006, 9:38 pm

When I went there, I was in a band trip to see The Nut Cracker. I never actually saw anything but I did feel a warm spot on the bass instruments. They seemed to have been recently played, but they are old and in no condition to be used. My friend said she felt something tap on her shoulder but no one was even near her. Some people said that they got a picture of a ghost,but I think they were just kidding.

mayra,andy, and isis says:

April 12, 2006, 7:59 pm

the spaghetti warehouse in stockyards is now closed! Me and my friends went last nite to check it out and took pictures of it. When we were taking the pictures of it we heard a loud noise like some one was hitting a piece of metal. That was scary!!!! Check out Castle Heron. com for the haunted castle in lake worth

Diana Perez says:

April 14, 2006, 3:38 pm

In California they say their ia a big house and that people go to see inside. Would’nd it be cool??!! I have never seen a real ghost before.

Anthony says:

April 20, 2006, 12:26 pm

I grew up in the Houston area and my family and I used to eat at the Spaghetti warehouse fairly often. I wasnt aware of the haunted allegations at that time. I did however venture up the large staircase occasionally while waiting for our food for some reason though…I can’t remember why, perhaps the bathroom was up there. But, I remember there would never be anyone up there, and I would always get this strange feeling. The room is very large up there and there is a strange, deafining silence that goes beyong “normal silence”. I got an interesting feeling up there…somewhat of a dreadful feeling, as if something where about to happen. It could have simply been imagination, but somehow I think not. I could almost feel that something happened up there in the past. Very interesting.

Barbara says:

May 22, 2006, 2:09 am

The name of the restaurant in Houston is called “The Old Spaghetti Warehouse” and it supposedly does have some strange going ons there. Apparently enough things happen that Ghost Tours of Houston make it one of their stops. I have eaten there and have not personally experienced anything there and also went upstairs and again nothing out of the usual for me. There is a cool trolley car up there to sit and eat it in upstairs. The food is okay and the place has a lot of neat old decorations. I did say that I never experienced anything unusual but I left out one interesting thing. The people that lead the ghost tours were interviewing potential “tour guides” and I went there for an interview. They had just gotten one of those little handheld “EMI”(I am not sure exactly what it is called) detectors and it went off like crazy when I sat down. I think it freaked them out as they had not had anything like that happen to them apparently. I just shrugged my shoulders and told them that it was probably my deceased husband tagging along for the interview. Anyway, they didn’t hire me. Their loss!

Crystal says:

May 28, 2006, 11:59 pm

Last summer, me, my aunt, cousin and grandma went to eat at The Spaghetti Warehouse. We were eating and nothing happened out of the ordinary but, when we were finished, I was waiting for my family by the door, underneath the chandilier, and in the middle of the room I saw a gray fuzzy figure just slide across the room, from left to right. When my family finally came, they asked if I saw that and I said ya…..thats the last time we ever ate there!!

Jason says:

June 18, 2006, 8:59 pm

Not to be confused with, The Spaghetti Wharehouse in West End, in Dallas, TX, wich is also purported to be haunted.

Tracy says:

June 29, 2006, 10:30 am

I am living in South Africa (Durban)and find Haunted anything very interesting and you guys seem to be in bliss. I find it interesting because one wonders why some ghosts(lost souls) were left here (on earth) and some souls managed to escape! I would like to find out where Haunted Houses could be found here although I know there are quite a few in Cape Town – must go seeeeeeeeeeeee (ha!)


July 9, 2006, 9:31 pm

I whent there on a school field trip. We were on the 2nd floor to eat and when my friends and i whent to the restroom we sat on a chair and it shifted on its own. I was totally freaked out!!!!!!!=0

Anna says:

July 13, 2006, 3:30 pm

Ok, First of all, I feel the need to straighten out a few details…#1 it was not an italian restaurant when murders occurred there. Murders affect tipping.
Second, this is the downtown Houston Location, I have been there and the atmosphere has to be just right, or if it is quieter, then you can feel something if you are sensitive enough. Note: A lot of the buildings used as stores \restaurants were buildings used for other purposes long ago, so , really, who knows that goes on where. It might be interesting to look up what buildings have been there the longest and for what purposes, and see if they have any activity. I walk the underground tunnels everyday, and I nkow they are…”occupied” in some fashion.
Happy hunting!
Other than that, it’s a nice place, waitstaff so so. Cute place.

Ruby says:

July 26, 2006, 5:03 pm

I had only been there ounce, it was during a school field trip. I think it was in 7th grade when i went. I did’nt know anything about the place until we had all sat down to order but before i did my friend wanted me to go with her. While i was there waiting for her the room felt weird i dont know why but i felt i was being watch or something but as soon as my friend got out of the stall she washed her hands quick and wanted to leave out of that room as fast as she could!!!!!!!!

annab says:

September 7, 2006, 5:35 pm

Duh, there is a spahgetti warehouse in Houston,Tx. and I have eaten there before and my girlfriend use to work there also. And the upstairs is haunted and when you eat up there you do feel uneasy. when my friend first started working there they had to try all the dishes that they serve so that way when someone asks if it was any good they could say yes honistly, well they had everything setup in the dinning area upstairs and she stated it was very uncomfortable and cold.

jason says:

September 30, 2006, 12:19 am

yall are dumb i used to work there at the one in houston and it is haunted. so yall stfu!

jessica says:

October 2, 2006, 4:10 pm

yeah that is true i use to work thier back then. i would hear people screaming “HELP” and women crying it was scary

Perla Diaz says:

October 2, 2006, 6:52 pm

this is true i went and check it out and it is true on the second floor and when u go down stairs to the first floor u see a rockin chair rockin and when u about to seat down and face one way and then u see someone infront of u or mayb beside u or maybe sitting across from u so bealive it alright

Ana says:

October 3, 2006, 2:04 pm

OMG ive heard scarier

yvette says:

October 7, 2006, 12:49 pm

Well when I went to the spaghetti wearhouse it was real cold, you know like when the ghost are mad. And when I went to the restroom I thought that I saw someone in there but I was alone. To me that was real scary I was only 13.

Kandess says:

October 8, 2006, 2:38 pm

yeah…the houston spaghetti warehouse IS haunted. Ive been there three times and everytime im there something CRAZY happens. IVe never been afraid of ghosts, and ive seen a few, and I can DEFINATELY tell u it is haunted.

Richard says:

October 10, 2006, 9:35 pm

Hey, what is the actual address or location. I’d like to check it out since I live here in Houston. There’s not many other “haunted places” here.

Lisa says:

October 14, 2006, 12:07 am

Can someone tell me more about the history of The Spahgetti Warehouse?

candy says:

October 16, 2006, 3:02 pm

wow i was born there and i know were u r talking about
i got there every summer i wondered wiy i seen sumthing like a ghost ah and i’m 13

joey says:

October 16, 2006, 9:57 pm

Yea i also live in the houston area and would like to know the address also

vreyes says:

October 17, 2006, 1:02 pm

Old Spaghetti Warehouse
901 Commerce
Houston, TX 77002

Very haunted on the second floor.

Richard says:

October 20, 2006, 10:16 pm

thanks, vreyes

Robin says:

October 22, 2006, 8:03 pm

Check this site out.

It is the case study on the restaurant hauntings.

daniel says:

October 25, 2006, 10:11 am

this place is really haunted because when i was in 8th grade we had a field trip near the resturant and we stopped there for lunch and while couple people were in the bathrooms both the boys and the girls we heard banging on the walls and a ghostly figure in the mirror and then some writings the mirrors saying get out and we all got scared like **** seriously it really is haunted

Lori says:

October 28, 2006, 10:58 pm

The Spaghetti Warehouse is a great resturant and lots of fun. If you go there, go up to the second floor and look at the picture on the wall. It is very eerie. Very cool and interesting place.Great antiques and awesome stained glass windows. A must see in Houston.

Holly says:

October 30, 2006, 12:48 pm

The place was a cotton warehouse and then a pharmaceuticals warehouse. The former owner fell down the elevator shaft and is aid to still haunt it today. The second floor is suppose to be the most haunted but it was the bathroom where I experienced something. I went to use the bathroom and as I sat there I heard the door open and the stall door to my right open. I thought my friend had joined me. So I got out washed my hands and waited for someone to come out. Either it was a ghost or I did not hear the doors open again because after a while I knocked on the door and noone was in there. I thought maybe I heard a door from outside but I remember the stall door close. So I don’t know. No one was around at the time. I also thought it could be a draft but both doors opened.

Brian says:

October 30, 2006, 1:58 pm

I went to the Spaghetti Warehouse in downtown Houston over the weekend. I have some pictures of a ghost like image and I have it here in a GIF format so you can see it move about right under the light. It is always right around that corner on the second floor. I have seen other pictures where the image was in a different shape like an S. Every time that I go there the shape is a little different. You can only see it with a flash. So a strobe light would be awesome to see it move about.

Here are the images

Niki says:

November 1, 2006, 2:11 am

I went to the Spaghetui Warehouse for the first time in Downtown Houston last Friday. I felt fine while we were eating on the second floor, but when I went to the rest room before that I had this really uneasy feeling. I kept hearing creaking noises and a bang. I was in there by myself. It wasn’t until we were eating that I found out from my boyfriend’s sister that the place was haunted after the former owner died in the elevator shaft. The large picture of some guy on the wall was scary as well. Don’t go there by yourself. The parking lot is in the back when it is really crowded. and there usually are alot of homeless people hanging around by the bayou river.

Karen Redmon says:

November 10, 2006, 1:22 am

This might be long, but well worth reading it:
There is a woman (there may be more than just her) who is on the second floor and whose spirit is alive. My husband and I went there tonight, November 9th, and experienced something we’ve never experienced before, well at least this strong. The first thing I felt was in the downstairs bathroom. It was as if there was someone all around me, watching. I quickly went back to my table to finish eating and just shrugged off the feeling I had. However, after dinner, we walked up the stairs and my husband immediately headed for the left small dining room. The rest of us walked around looking at the old items on the floor, but he walked in there and the first thing he said into the dark was “I apologize for what is about to happen, don’t get upset.” He was referring to the fact that we were up there making a joke of it all like “oooo, it’s haunted” but it isn’t a joke. It is very much real and her presence was felt all around us. My brother felt her pass by when we stepped into the dark corner by the door in the small dining room. He didnâ??t believe in spirit hauntings, but he does now. My younger niece and one of her friends were running in the kitchen by the elevator basically mocking the whole situation. They were showing no respect for the spirit world and for the poor woman who is stuck there. But her other friend, would not go into the kitchen. She kept saying that the spirit was moving from the small dark corner where my husband, brother and I felt her, to the elevator in the kitchen where my niece was playing around. She said that we needed to leave, that the spirit was getting upset. Basically, we were disturbing the Spirit and her space.
It has now been about 2 hours since we left, and my husband is still shaken up. He had tears in his eyes and I asked him what was wrong. He said, “Karen, she was sad. The spirit was very sad.”
The crazy thing about all this is that neither one of us knew that this place was “haunted” let alone the story behind it. When we got there we found out from the cashier that there was haunted activity upstairs and we thought why not just go up and see. We had no idea it was true and so very strong. After what we just experienced and what I just read online regarding the old Warehouse haunting, there is no doubt that this place holds spirits. I just wish that this woman’s spirit who is sad and looking for her husband, can rest one day in peace.

mark says:

November 17, 2006, 12:37 pm

ya need to stop lyin’ cuz i went there twice and i went upstairs turned off tha lights, and got naked, and nuthin happened. this shiz is fake!!!

Believer says:

December 6, 2006, 11:08 pm

Yes the warehouse is haunted and yes it is still open it was closed for remodling. Why is this the only place listed as haunted what about the old Jefferson Hospital? Well its haunted too, so is the Esperson building. I use to work there and at night you can here footsteps going down the hall and no one in sight. That is the spookiest place to be at night. Houston offers a lot of haunted places you just have to know where to look! Watch out! What’s behind you?

Blake says:

December 10, 2006, 12:33 am

We just ate at the Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston for lunch on Travis heading up I-45 North. Just like Holly stated it used to be a pharmaceutical trade warehouse. An elderly man fell to his death through an open elevator shaft and broke his neck. They state that his wife at the time in the late 40’s was found dead in her house shortly after from grieving after him. They say that her spirit is in the house. I have been upstairs many times and like stated earlier there is a trolly car that you can dine in with four tables on each side. You can get a lunch special for about $5.50 which comes with a drink and salad. Like I stated I have eaten there many times and I have never seen anything happen. Nothing. The food stinks the parking lot to the west side has some major potholes the place has very old memoribilia which smells like dust. The place sucks but it is a houston monument. I did not know that much about the hauntings allegidely but this time they gave us a laminated sheet going on in detail. People can pay a rate to go on a paranormal tour. It is all a ridiculous myth.

Blake says:

December 10, 2006, 12:37 am

Too top that off there was a sweet female waitress that waited on us and I asked her if it was BS. She said that she has been there for two years and nothing has happened to her out of the ordinary. When you walk in you have that tiny room and have to go to the right for that lobby. There is a bar on the left with a couple of pooltables. When you enter the main restaurant the large wooden stairs are to the right and turn to the right halfway up. Like I said nothing has happened.

JOSH says:

January 6, 2007, 6:03 pm

At school one day i was searching the web and saw a link to the top ten haunted places in america. The Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston was #5. I’ve tried finding the list since then but couldnt find the one I ooked at. I didnt really try that hard either

Anyway im going tommorow and havent been since i was a little kid, but looking foward to it whether i experience som activity or not. definitly let you all know though. :)

Jeanie says:

January 9, 2007, 2:21 am

I have been going to the Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston since childhood, and I’ve never seen anything, but did hear something unusual Mother’s Day dinner, 2 or 3 years ago. We were dining in the center of the room on the 1st floor when I started hearing this clicking like every few minutes or so, and I couldn’t figure out what the noise was until maybe hearing it 4 times. It sounded like those old timey cameras, the kind that make the faint whistle after the picture is taken. I looked all around us and didn’t see anyone taking pictures. Then I asked my daughters and husband if they heard that clicking, without saying what I thought the noise was they all said yes, and said they’ve been hearing it, and started looking around the room. My husband then stated, “Is someone taking pictures?” and I said “I don’t see anyone or even a flash”. We all looked around again and didn’t see anyhting, so we asked our waiter if someone is taking pictures somewhere in the restaurant and he said “No”. We got a little creeped out cause the noise kept on as we talked to the waiter, and asked him if he knew what that clicking noise was, he looked at us strangely and said he didn’t hear anything. I realize the restaurant was getting crowded for dinner at that time and it was getting noisy with conversation but I couln’t understand why he didn’t hear that! It was sorta lous and annoying. Anyway, we haven’t ate there since, even though it is my favorite italian food. I should have checked to see if they had an antique camera somewhere on display there, maybe it was haunted. lol Oh well, maybe next time I’ll check. :p

Mark Lenox says:

February 7, 2007, 5:19 pm

I â?¥ basgettie

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Mark Lenox says:

February 7, 2007, 5:20 pm

hope them girl scoutts anint shown up on the west side 1

Rome says:

February 12, 2007, 4:19 pm

ive only been there once in the 8th grade,we went there for a field trip. I did feel different being there but i didnt know why, when i went to go get me drink the machine wouldnt stop, i dont know if it was broken or it was a ghost but my friend thought it was funny, i didnt know it closed cause cause i was in downtown the other day and it was open but i didnt go in cause my friend knew it was haunted and he didnt want to go in……….

Tito says:

February 14, 2007, 9:54 pm

I’ve been to this restaraunt several times and have seen the alledged haunted dish cupboard. Let me tell you, the only thing scary about this place is the service!!

For some real ghost stuff check out the haunted tractor that ran over the mayor of Freeport,TX in Dec. 2006

Samantha says:

February 23, 2007, 7:25 pm

The food is great, and the history behind it is truly fascinating. I remember the last time I visited the restaurant, I had to go to the ladies room upstairs. And when I was done, I felt something brush my shoulder. I got kinda chilly, and I thought it was just the A/C. So I put on my hoodie, but still felt very chilly, then it started getting really cold. I got really freaked out, and then I turned around and there was nothing there. I remember there being a very large portrait in the top floor about 12×10, and I get this really weird feeling everytime I look at it. I really don’t know why, but just try going and stare at it. It gives you the chills.

debra says:

March 2, 2007, 1:52 am

The Old Spaghetti Warehouse in downtown Houston is Haunted and I have the pictures to prove it. I am a sensitive and as soon as I went into the first room on the second floor I felt something strange. What happened next has never happened to me before. A guy next to me was taking pictures of some old signs on the wall and in the flash the signs disappeared and blood was running down the wall in their place.And there was plenty of it. But as soon as the flash was over everything returned to normal. This really freaked me out. So I asked a waitress what was behind that wall and she told me the kitchen. That is where a man fell to his death in the elevator shaft. They don’t let anyone back there because someone got hurt going back there to see the elevator. But because of what I saw she decided to take me back there. I took a picture of the elevator but didn’t get anything, but when I turned around a feeling so strong came over me and I took a picture. What I got was a vortex with something red in it and a man’s face. There was nothing red in front of me. When I showed the waitress the picture she told me that on the other side of that wall was where I saw the blood and recently they had a party in that room with a pretty flower arraigement on one of the tables. They took a picture of the arraigement and floating above it in a prone position was a woman that looked dead. Maybe that was her blood on the wall. I intend on returning sometime soon to see if I can catch anything else.

veronica says:

March 26, 2007, 9:16 pm

wow that is really creapy if u wear 2 ask me.

cristie says:

March 29, 2007, 3:41 pm

hey well i just ate there this past weekend and my plate fell of the table without anybody touching it and i got really scared when the waiter told me what rumors he had heard then he asked me if i wanted to take a tour upstairs i told him no thanks but i think i will do it this weekend!

ana says:

July 19, 2007, 1:58 pm

They never closed the warehouse.It’s still open.My dad works for HPD,so he tells me its still open and its not going to close.

kat says:

August 20, 2007, 7:00 am

its still open. and suposely the upstairs is the crzyest place eerie things seen and noises heard. ima go eat there on my aniversary.

michelle says:

September 13, 2007, 4:18 pm

Lately i have been watching alot of scary movies containing stories of ghost and paranormal activity with my room mates. I found myself getting very interested in it and want to learn more so I researched haunted places in houston and found this. So on this upcoming weekend I suckered my boyfriend into taking me there. But the only catch is that he doesn’t know about the stories behind the resteraunt. He does not even belive in ghost. Hopefully a trip to The Old Spaghetti Warehouse will change his mind. If anyone has any suggestions of where we should go next please let me know…..hahaha!!!

mitch says:

September 24, 2007, 4:27 am

The scariest part was the service. I went upstairs by myself, and the only thing that scared me, was a fat lady eating.

Cheyenne says:

September 24, 2007, 6:53 pm

I havent actually experienced the type of paronormal activity a the spagettie warehouse but my brother has….it is said that he went on a feild trip and the students ran because of things that were happennig…….trowing plates…..glassess being picked up……i feel that i should cheak this place out myself….besides i do9ing a project on it…

T.L. Moore says:

September 25, 2007, 10:46 pm

About a year ago my family and I went to the warehouse for my daughter’s birthday. The batteries in my camera was new, but went dead instantly. My son came down with a sudden headache. I took lots of pictures and wasn’t trying to catch a ghost or anything, but when I got home and looked at the pictures I was blown away. Two demon figures showed up in a mirror on the wall and two women in old fashion clothing showed up in another picture. The place is more than haunted!!! Something very evil has happened there in that building or maybe it is the land!! I tried to contact the show, Ghost hunters about this, but never heard back from them.

T.L. Moore says:

September 25, 2007, 10:51 pm

I forgot to mention that I walked past a pillar in the middle of the room that had a chair leaning against it. I saw the chair lean forward on its own and slam back against the pillar. It was pretty awesome, but scary at the same time.

Melissa says:

October 2, 2007, 9:54 am

O.k. My family has been to this restaurant many times and my sister went upstairs with friends and they never seen or heard anything but if you ever go and see the parking it leads to a bayou. well it is said that these two drunk guys thought the parking led to a road and didnt realize it led to a bayou and drove their car into the bayou. theres a barrier now along the parking to protect from the bayou.but this is true it came on the news.

Melissa says:

October 2, 2007, 9:56 am

And the bodies were found in the Bayou.

Samantha says:

October 4, 2007, 6:49 pm

I’ve been there plenty of times and i can say that it is hanuted.
When i was 10 my little brother and i were roaming the upstairs because we were always little ones to get into dark places and freak ourselves out. But we really got freaked out when we were on the little train car thats up there and we both saw an old conductor type guy up there holding a lantern staring at us. We hurried down stairs. My sister in law and I went and took pictures there and got many images that appeared to be a “apparation” and some pictures had objects in them that weren’t there to the naked eye.
It’s really an interesting place.

Samantha says:

October 4, 2007, 6:50 pm

And for people who keep asking.. look up the history of the building.. it wasn’t always an italian restaurant.

Louis says:

October 10, 2007, 5:26 pm

if anyone knows it in FORT WORTH TEXAS.

Natalie says:

October 16, 2007, 12:40 am

I have been to the Spaghetti Warehouse on Commerce Street in Houston. It is interesting that many people have had the same experience in the small dining room at the top of the stairs with the woman. I have a picture of a woman with her hair in a bun wearing a high collared dress. I took it to Wolf Camera to have it enlarge to see if I could figure out if it was a reflection or some other explainable image. No matter how large the picture got she was still there and not a mirror anywhere that would cast a reflection. I freaked the poor guy out at the counter when I told him it was possibly a ghost. There used to be a tour called High Spirit Tours that would take you around to the haunted places in downtown Houston. The Jeff Davis Hospital was on the tour. It is actually built on top of a cemetery. My sister and I both got some freaky pictures there. I hear they have now refurbished the place and turned it into loft apartments or something. I wonder if the current tenants have had unexplainable things happen to them??

Jessa says:

October 16, 2007, 2:05 am

Spaghetti Warehouse is in Houston, as well. Yes, it is still open. When it comes to ghostly hauntings and such, I would’ve never believed in it. I went there last year in October and got the opportunity to go upstairs (the most haunted spot), and I ventured into the first room on the left by myself. I suddenly felt very cold and something started growling in my ear very loudly. Needless to say, I freaked out and went downstairs. Yes, it is an Italian restaurant, but before it was a restaurant it was a cotten exchange building where quite a few murders happened. That’s why it’s haunted.

Kursha says:

October 16, 2007, 9:16 pm

how many people are going to keep saying that it is not in Houston and it is in Fort Worth?!? THERE ARE 2!! common sense! but i go to U of H-Downtown and the Spaghetti Warehouse is right by there. there is one in Houston and it is haunted

Jay R says:

October 25, 2007, 12:17 pm

I want to bring my wife and kids to experience this Spaghetti Warehouse Houston phenomena on Saturday the 27th of Oct., but I am sure it will be busy. Do you know if we just go to eat lunch or dinner there, if management will allow me to bring the family upstairs just to look around? I read somewhere that if there is a private party already in progress, then no one will be allowed upstairs. Is this true?

melissa miller says:

November 16, 2007, 10:55 am

Is the spegetti warehouse really haunted or is it just superstion?? I really want to know! XD

Zoe says:

November 18, 2007, 5:45 pm

Hi my name is Zoe I am 14 and I went to the spaghetti warehouse with my family for my big brothers graduation party.We were seated downstairs but my brother and I(with many other cousins& friends) wanted to see if the upstairs was REALLY haunted.So we went upstairs it was cold,creepy and dark.My cousin who is 16 had to go to the bathroom(the one upstairs) and she asked me to go with her so I did.When we got in there I had to go to so I did. She left really quick(probably wanting to scare me and i was 100% freaked but the scariest part was when the lights turned off when I was washing my hands/brushing my hair.When I was trying to get out I felt something right behind me(LIKE TOUCHING MY SHOULDER)! I REALLY DO THINK IT IS HAUNTED! BUT YOU CAN CHECK IT OUT FOR YOURSELF!!!!

melissa miller says:

November 19, 2007, 10:23 am

someone tell me the truth! Is the Speggetii Warehouse really haunted!!!!!!!!!! I live in houston close to downtown, so tell me if it is!!!!! XD

melissa miller says:

November 19, 2007, 10:27 am

I heard some rumors that if u visit this place, eat down stairs, cuz thats where they r . Someone needs to try it, but like I said it was a rumor.

kenny pierce says:

November 29, 2007, 11:40 am

wow this is stupide i have been there not true!!!!!

P.S. food is scrupsious!!!!

michelle says:

December 13, 2007, 9:59 pm

this is all true.
I went there today and you could tell how creepy it was,
and one of the managers took her time to tell us about her experiences.
it may seem like a joke,
but when like,35 year old adults get serious about it,
then you know it’s prettyyy real.
go read some stories about it online.
very,very true.

Jane Smith says:

February 14, 2008, 6:49 pm

I’ve lived in Houston for twenty one years and have visited the infamous haunted Spaghetti Warehouse in downtown Houston several times. My first visit to the restaurant was about five years ago. I was there with my husband and daughter for a friend’s dinner rehearsal. (At the time I had no clue that the place was haunted). The first scary experience I had was that evening during the dinner rehearsal in the ladies’ room on the second floor. While I was in one of the stalls, I heard the bathroom door open. Then I heard footsteps which sounded like it stopped in one of the stalls, then I heard the stall door shut. I was not thinking anything strange at this point of course but when I went to the sink to wash my hands, I looked behind me and none of the stalls were occupied (none of the doors were closed, there was no one else in the restroom). Definitely struck me as odd as I didn’t hear anyone leave the ladies’ room. I hurried out of there and rejoined the party and said nothing of it. A few weeks later, I was watching a show on tv, featuring some of the most haunted places in the U.S. Low and behold… the Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston was featured on that show. I think I was a little bothered by this so I called the friend who held her dinner rehearsal there several weeks before if she had known about the restaurant being haunted and she said she did. I then told her of my experience in the bathroom (I let her know next time she holds a party at a haunted place to let me know so I know what I’m in for beforehand)! The second time I went was with a couple of friends… no weird happenings that time as I stayed downstairs that time. The third time was October of 2007, my daughter and her friend were very interested in going after seeing things about the infamous Spaghetti Warehouse on tv and the internet. We ate downstairs. My husband and I were still eating, the girls were done and wanted to go check out the upstairs. We said they could go up, they came down after about ten minutes, not scared, saw nothing out of the ordinary…
We asked our waitress if the place was really haunted and she gave us a printout of the history/story of the place. It used be an old pharmaceuticals warehouse (there are many stories saying it used to store furs, produce, other things too – probably after it was a pharmaceuticals warehouse, not sure). One night, when the owner did not show up at home for dinner, his wife got concerned and went to her husband’s work. She found him dead at the bottom of the elevator shaft (he had fallen to his death).
So – after my husband and I finished eating our lunch we went upstairs with the girls. There were a lot of antique funishings, there were also several sets of doors with beautiful stained glass. The first set of doors however (the set furthest from the stairs) were broken. My daughter was walking with me when I was looking at the stained glass doors. Her face turned pale and she said not one word… Finally after asking her what was wrong and after several minutes, she tells me that when she and her friend had gone upstairs while my husband and I were downstairs fnishing up our lunch that she had noticed the doors but that none of them were broken. There was no one else upstairs with us (it was mid afternoon – a slow period for the restaurant at that time of day and all of the other customers were downstairs eating). I’m not sure if the set of doors led to the old elevator shaft or not. We took a bunch of photos of the upstairs – nothing too weird on the photos but some parts had more light than the rest of the photo (but no orbs) – hard to say if it was the lighting or the sunlight through the windows…
There’s more. Two things I saw on tv about the place (aired on two popoluar cable channels).
There was a paint company hired by the restaurant to repaint the inside of the place. One morning, early in the morning, the crew showed up to start working. The head of the crew went in to use the restroom while the others got their supplies together. He walks in and notices all the chairs and tables set up as they normally would, goes to the restroom but when he walks out, all the chairs were stacked from floor to ceiling. He thought “impossible” since he was only in the restroom for a minute. He walkie talkies his crew about the prank they played on him and they radio back that they were locked outside waiting for him to come out and open the door so they could begin work. He ran out of there, they packed up everything and he later called the manager and said that they would not do the job, for them to find someone else.

The other thing I saw on tv about the place… years ago, different families would donate furniture to the place (explaining a lot of the antique furniture you see there). One of the pieces, an armoire. But not just any armoire – an urn armoire. The family who used to own it, when a loved one died, they would have the person cremated and the ashes would be stored in an urn which would then be placed in the armoire. Now this armoire is supposedly in the restaurant. Not sure how much truth is in all of this though. I am a skeptic when it comes to some things but I know what my daughter and I experienced and it was real, no lie. Aside from the hauntings and strange occurances, we would definitely go back – the food is great and the service is awesome (just don’t go upstairs if you’re not into ghosts or things like that).

shelby sigler says:

March 7, 2008, 10:51 am

i would love to go there anytime i am not scared, i would go down in the basment thing to.

shelby sigler says:

March 7, 2008, 10:53 am

i would love to go there anytime i am not scared, i would go down in the basment thing to.
â?¥Shelby Sigler :)

shelby sigler says:

March 7, 2008, 10:54 am

i would love to go there anytime
i am not scared,
i would go down in the basment thing to.
â?¥Shelby Sigler :)

shelby says:

March 7, 2008, 11:05 am

jus playn’.
but i wouldnt be scared..
â?¥Shelby :)

christina says:

March 23, 2008, 8:26 pm

Me and my family were suppose to go sometime in the month of october last year but we never did,so we plan to go sometime this year, ive never been there before but ive heard things about the place and one of my boyfriends cousins said that when she went into the restroom she started to hear the stalls opening and closing by themselves, and that the waiter looked real creepy. so i really wanna go check it out because i love haunted places. well if someone knows about any other place in houston or nearby besides jeff davis please let me know, and do they still have the spirit tours in downtown???

ann says:

April 4, 2008, 10:03 pm

IT IS HAUNTED, I WENT TO THE ONE IN HOUSTON TODAY! I WAS i was in the girls restroom with my friends, we only heard thumps and creaks, so we were just having fun in there. then i got into a stall to check it out and closed the door, i heard a thump and i knew that my friend leaned against the door to hold me in; we were still laughing, but then i really couldn’t get out, the lock had locked itself, then the toilet behind me started to act up, make noises, and the water started to move. i freaked, i was pounding on the door trying to get out, i struggled with the lock until it opened, i blamed it on my friend, but she was on the door for only a second.i have three witnesses to verify that.

JD says:

April 20, 2008, 1:48 am

LAME! Hasn’t anyone noticed that every Spaghetti Warehouse claims to be haunted? Same for most of the Chuck E Cheese. I know groups that have investigated them, and nothing is found at all. It’s a marketing ploy.

JD says:

April 20, 2008, 1:51 am

PS- Shelby is scared to death, she sleeps with a nightlight and a teddy bear.

Emii-chan says:

May 4, 2008, 6:14 pm

Wow~! This forum of comments has led me to want to visit the Spaghetti Warehouse. : ) I myself live in Houston, Texas and have passed the Spaghetti Warehouse many times.: D It seems old and unique, since the building is shaped diffrently from the new buildings created. I haven’t visited, but hearing about the paranormal activities being witnesed has left me with goosebumps and shock~! o:

I’m eager to visit this place. Wow. I live here in Houston, and been passing a haunted house.I missed a BIG chance~!

Well I have been studying paranormal activities and been watching alot of haunted television shows. I’ve grown intrested and learned alot about the activities being played. Everyone should keep in mind that the Spaghetti Warehouse is a sturdy old building. Sometimes it’ll have sensitive areas, and will eventually make loud creaks and thumps. The small noises can be natural, or it could be something paranormal. Since I haven’t been there myself, I can’t surely be telling the truth. At the moment it’s just a story. Also hearing about the man dying there can be a cause. It’s a memory basically. The memory is eventually repeating itself. It’s trapt in the Warehouse. Most activity has been held in the bathroom and the second floor. Since I haven’t been there the elevator could possibly be connected by the bathroom, and all the memory is trying to find a source to escape from the area it was held at. The memory is probably confused, and now that people try to investigate this place, the memory is probably feeling threatend.

In Jane Smith’s place, she didn’t know about the hauntings, but witnessed alot of activity. In other ocassion other people are visiting and are proviking the spirit, which leaves the spirit into creating indescribable illusions. The spirit starts manipulating and wants the human OUT~! Please people. Do NOT make the spirit angry. If the spirit becomes threatend, then it will start targeting humans that are innocent to this case. If you know about the haunting, don’t go on and investigate imeediatly. Visit the place and have a good time, then try to see in anything paranormal happeneds.

I might not be right, but I left alot of possible facts. Since I’m only a 13 yeard old girl, I would be excited to visit this place~! I haven’t had anything excited to me happen yet, but maybe if I experience something paranormal at the Spaghetti Warehouse, I could probably find my answer~! : ) Can’t wait to visit~!

cc says:

May 7, 2008, 4:19 pm

the second floor is really the 4th floor there are 2 floors underground I think I’m pretty there is at least one floor underground. One of the workers died in like the 1900’s by falling down am evlotar shaft and broke his neck. his wife died a year later. How no one knows how.

Lauren says:

May 15, 2008, 4:27 pm

I went there personally… but nothing happened. Maybe it was just the night?

Eddy S says:

May 24, 2008, 4:14 pm

My father was into ghost hauntings and has taken me to the spaghetti warehouse. I can personally say I had a feeling of unease when i walked the top floor. It was very calm and quiet but at many times i would feel cold spots.

Quinta Jacscon says:

May 28, 2008, 6:09 pm

I ate here on a field trip in 9th grade. We ate in daylight on the second floor. At first wasn’t scary. The only thing that seemed menacing is the old and huge photo of that man. Some people said they heard whispers in their ears. If there were spirits here they seemed friendly. We even asked a waiter who works the evening shift (it was an over-night trip and we were there at around 7:00 P.M. near the beginning of his shift), and he said that usually the chairs are just flipped or moved, nothing seemingly evil happens. The restrooms are another story. I was not the only one, and experienced some bone-chilling things in their. In one trip to the restroom, my friend and I were fixing our makeup and looking down. Just then, I looked up and saw a man. As soon as I saw him, I screamed and he vanished. My firend didn’t seem him and was like “What!?!?!?”

Jess says:

May 30, 2008, 4:51 pm

yes the spaghetti warehouse is haunted….things mostly only occur during night…i always go to the toc bar (club)right across the street from it..and i will never park in the parking lot of the warehouse..of course everyone wont experience something so if u are one of those ppl who have been there but didnt see anything unusual dont go around saying that its not haunted..and too everyone that says ” why would a murder happen in a restaurant?” well duh murders happen anywhere and everywhere!!

Jess says:

May 30, 2008, 4:53 pm

yes the spaghetti warehouse is haunted….things mostly only occur during night…i always go to the toc bar (club)right across the street from it..and i will never park in the parking lot of the warehouse..of course everyone wont experience something so if u are one of those people who have been there but didn’t see anything unusual don’t go around saying that its not haunted..and too everyone that says ” why would a murder happen in a restaurant?” well duh murders happen anywhere and everywhere!!

Meredith says:

June 4, 2008, 12:11 am

The building is very old….it was something else before it was an italian restaraunt.
I think it was a gang hang out many decades ago, there for it does make sense…


June 13, 2008, 3:44 pm


esmeralda and shannon says:

June 23, 2008, 4:44 pm

we were eating with miley cyrus at the spaghetti warehouse in houston after her concert at the rodeo it was freaky because shannon asked esmerelda if she had seen the little boy run across the room she said ya and all of a sudden miley started to panic and scream it was wierd because she screamed cody linley help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Eric says:

July 12, 2008, 4:51 pm

I’m from Houston and I just wanted to say that the very first comment by Michael left on 9-30-2005 really surprised me because I actually got a picture of a blue ball of haze in the upstairs dining area next to a big picture of some guy. I didn’t really believe the stories, but right before I took the picture I said “come out, come out where ever you are,” joking around, and that is the only picture that shows anything. This happened about two weeks ago.

Angelina says:

July 15, 2008, 3:56 pm

I just wanted to say that I truely believe in ghosts and that I am a student at UHD which is directly behind the Spaghetti Warehouse(SW) on the other side of the bayou; And that my classmates and I are doing a project on “Are Ghosts Real?” So we decided to go down and take a lil walk to the SW. This was at around 9pm and there were 6 of us, 4 girls, 2guys…the girls all believers and the guys both skeptics. We had an EMF(Electric Magnetic Field) reader and a voice recorder with us on our trip. As soon as we walked up the steps our EMF was off the charts, beeping like crazy! we searched for a source but could not find one. We walked in to the dark entrance way and still off the charts, still no source. The hostest was happy to take us on a tour and told us of all the stories. People being seen in the mirrors but when they turn around no one is there, the previous owner falling down the elevator shaft and dying which is now where the womens restroom is on the 1st floor.(CREEPY) And the story of the wife roaming around on the second floor around the huge picture on the left wall towards the back. We also took digital pictures everywhere. I do want to say that some EMF’s could be explained while others could not. Also when we went to the second floor we all felt a very heavy feeling…like weighing us down. Almost like waking out in to 100% humidity…if you live in Houston you know how this feels…almost sufficating. But we trucked on and went to the basement which is very well lit and not at all the “basement feel”. We did take one more trip back upstairs to take more pics and when we turned to leave and started walking by the trolley the sound of silverware startled the laggers we all ran back…but there was no silverware…no anyone else up there to have made such a noise….weird. We still have to check the pics out for any shadows or orbs, and the voice recorder for any EVP’s (Electronic Voice Phenomenoms) and then we shall see if the rumors hold up. We plan on going back tomorrow to see again if anything happens. One last note…the believers became skeptics and the skeptics became believers…until next time.

Di Marshall says:

August 13, 2008, 5:56 pm

That building is part of the old Allen’s Landing. I spent a LOT of time there during the 70’s and never heard of any kind of haunting. I think maybe this story started after it became a restaurant, maybe someone thought the place needed some hype.

Darlene Crotty says:

September 4, 2008, 1:30 pm

On Saturday night an acting troup in Houston is staging a murder mystery dinner at the Spaghetti Warehouse. It should be a great atmosphere for this type of event. If anyone is interested in attending you can call 713-305-8117 for reservations and information….

chris says:

September 24, 2008, 10:40 pm

I’ve been to the Houston one once. I did not go to second floor, but I believe its a fun house because I saw the waiters knock over silverware and plates and act like something paranormal happen.It could be hunted on the second floor, but they do enhance the experience on the first floor.

Asuri says:

October 8, 2008, 9:07 pm

…Go to the Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston…Then go to the second floor….Then look for a torn picture of a man…That picture wasn’t torn before. Now take a picture of the picture…and keep taking pictures for as long as you can. If you’re lucky…you’ll sew a few ecto mists, or some orbs. The ghosts in The Old Spaghetti Warehouse aren’t malicious. They’re actually quite playful. Believe me, a stain used to be on the picture of the man (the torn picture) when it wasn’t torn. If it was a guy who randomly threw spaghetti and meatballs to it, or a ghost who hated the guy and wanted to throw something at it…we’ll never know. It’s only speculation…To each his own.

houstongurl says:

October 13, 2008, 2:18 pm

ok my friend used to work at the downtown Spaghetti Warehouse…it was her first day and they told her to go down in the attic to get some more stuff plus it was night already and she had to close that day,,,, while she was down there she heard alot of thing..chains voices..she got scared ran bak to the top and that was her last day cause she quit…( they had already told her and co workers had told her that strange things happen but she wanted to expierience herself)..

redbone says:

October 13, 2008, 3:38 pm

My wife and I ate there Sat. night,it was my first time and nothing out of the ordinary happened.The food was excellent as was the service.After dinner we went up stairs to venture around ,not to scary but was real neat to see all the stuff.The atomsphere was very nice and we will be going back!!!

kathy says:

October 18, 2008, 5:06 pm

I went there many times.It is true that it is haunted.The ghost are very territorial and they won’t hurt you.I have seen several different ghosts there,but I am not afraid of them.They have been there since before it became a restaurant.I love the environment there..

Michelle Tucker says:

October 23, 2008, 7:31 pm

The lady in the bathroom was at the Houston location. My family went on that tour and our about to go again and had a similar experience with the lady and the blue ball

Oscar says:

October 29, 2008, 3:45 pm

I believe this place is haunted. I went to the eat there around 9:30PM, while I was in the restroom someone called my name, so I decided to go to the second floor with my wife. If you look in the right side of the second floor, You will see a door, which I opened and I felt something that I can’t explain.

Vic says:

November 12, 2008, 10:46 pm

Yeah, there’s a Spaghetti Warehouse in Downtown Houston. I used to work by it. Now I want to see if these allegations have any truth behind them, even if I have to visit a couple times toward closing time.

Ughh, that’s gonna be a lot of spaghetti.

Chloe says:

November 23, 2008, 12:34 pm

this is such a lie i went on a feiltrip to the spaghetti warehouse with my entire school and nothing thing freeky happened. there was stories on about the warehouse that my dad told me about but all it is, is a warhouse that sells italian food

Frank says:

December 9, 2008, 8:10 pm

My mother Virginia worked there back inn tha days and recently told me a true story event that happened to her.She worked as a cleaning lady.She said as she was on her way close to the cleaning supply area,one of her co workers said she had done a very very nice job cleaning up stairs.She didn’t know what her coworker was talking about.She then replied she was just getting started,that she hadn’t even touched upstairs.She said “look”,I’m barly getting my supplies”.The coworker said no come with me and see for yourshelf.So,she did only to find that upstairs was freakin clean like she had never seen it.I asked my mother like how?She said that the floors looked like brand new w/gloss shine.Like if the place had just opened up.Sounds crazy but my mother said she saw what she saw and of all het time being there,she had never seen the place look like that.Another time she had just cleaned her area and was upset cuz she noticed that a lot of hand prints where all over a restroom mirror.She tought it was a co worker being messing w/her,so she confronted the coworker and the coworker denied that he wasn’t the person who made the hand prints all over the restroom morror.This is a true story by a co worker named Virgina Gonzales

pittschic says:

December 29, 2008, 3:51 am

The Spaghetti Warehouse is located… on Commerce and Travis in Houston and no It is not closed. it has been ranked 6th in the nations Haunt Spots. It used to be an old Produce warehouse and the reason they say that it is Haunted is because during the time that it was a produce warehouse some of the employees fell down and elevator shaft, rumor is that the families of these employees are seen searching and mourning for their loved ones. It is also considered haunted due to some of the antiques that adorns the premises.

Danielle says:

February 3, 2009, 12:21 am

I went there in 02 to see the nutcracker with my dance class at school, we actually ate upstairs. The first floor was nice and warm and then the second floor was freezing. When I went into the restroom, I was talking to my friend and then I heard somebody say something other than my friend, but we were the only 2 in there.

Peter says:

February 16, 2009, 12:56 pm

i went to the houston spaghetti warehouse for the first time this past saturday,valentines day. i’ve always wanted to go especially since i heard it was haunted. it was really packed so i was already expecting at least an hour wait. when we were walking into the restraunt, my date saw a group of at least twenty girls wearing red shirts with black pants going in at the same time and she said we should hurry so we wont have to wait behind them. it turns out they had already been waiting and were going in to be seated. after i found out that it was upstairs that was haunted, i had enjoy my valentines day dinner up there. the group of girls were upstairs but they were sitting over by the bathrooms, which looks like that area is isolated from everyone else. you cant see them unless you go to the bathroom. i went to the bathroom and i was the only one in there. out of no where a black man appears in there and ask me about those girls in red. he told me that they werent real and that they a were on a bus that crashed back in 47. he said they were a softball team and the pitcher had a mother of a screwball. i told him that was some story and i asked him his name and then he just faded away. it was a long walk back to my seat because i crossed on of those girls. i told my date and she didnt believe me and just started laughing. there was a couple next to us and the guy kept taking pictures of his date. at first it was cute but he kept taking them even when she was buttering her bread and eating it. that took my mind off the softball team.

Alexis says:

March 23, 2009, 5:36 pm

My friend and I went to eat there and we where playing around in the ladies bathroom upstairs and she was knocking on a door four times and the opposite side of the room something knocked back at us four times…nothing on the other side of the room could have done that, that was pretty neat :) we want to go back and eat upstairs

Julie says:

March 29, 2009, 6:50 pm

I used to go there all the time…. its N0t HAUNTED!!!!!!!!!
all of yall are crazy!!!!!!!

brooke says:

April 19, 2009, 10:15 pm

i went there today acually and nohting happened out of the ordenary but as i was leaving i stoped byt the ladies room to use the restroom as i was washing my hands the towles started to come out and so did soap. i ran out of there very quickly. before that i went with my dad and we requested that we eat upstairs. there was no one up there but us, every now and then i would feel a cold shill. this was my first time visting and had no idea it was haunted. i asked if we could eat in the trolly and the waiter said i could but it would be a mistake. as i walked down the stairs i saw a flash of somthing. i love it there its amazingly amazing(:

Rob says:

April 20, 2009, 11:24 pm

Somehow the idea of a spagetti restaurant and haunting seems like a strange combination, but who knows…

Steve says:

May 3, 2009, 2:58 am

The idea that it used to house furs and that murders occuured there is inaccurate. According to the restaurants manager, the site used to be a produce warehouse and several employees died in the back elevator shaft. It is called the 6th scariest place in the U.S. Probabably not bad for business either.

Steve says:

May 3, 2009, 3:00 am

The restaruant never housed furs and no murders occurred there. According to the manager, the restaurnat site used to be an old produce warehouse and several employees died in the back elevator shaft.

andrew says:

June 11, 2009, 2:41 am

ok here is the story it was the original owner of the spaghetti wearhouse he fell in the elevator shaft and died so he has been seen on the second floor is where are the activity happends at so for all you people this happend in houston tx spaghetti wearhouse behind u of h downtown college also the food wasnt that great

Wild Bill says:

June 22, 2009, 9:18 am

there is a building not far from the spaghetti warehouse in downtown houston. It was built back in the 30s. It’s a four story apartment building, and the first floor is the only one in usable condition. There are a few private offices on that floor. My friend works for the people that own the building, so I’ve had a chance to go with him to check out the upper 3 floors. All I can say about it is it looks like something out of a saw movie. There’s even one apartment that is just a big room with a metal sliding door that works through a system of gears, wtf would you need a room like that for, except maybe for torturing and killing people in?
the night we went looking around up there I had this feeling like we were being watched the whole time. And a few times, as we moved from room to room I heard noises through the walls, like someone/thing moving around. All I know is that I would never go into a place like that without both a gun and someone else.

Sammi says:

June 28, 2009, 7:14 pm

I used to go there all the time as a kid. Was one of my favorite places. Never really noticed anything strange, but I always did wonder what was upstairs, staircase always seemed so…mysterious. But then again, that could have just been the hyperactive imagination of a little kid…

susanbeck says:

July 9, 2009, 8:36 pm

Ghost are real. I have the holy ghost right now.

Brianna says:

July 10, 2009, 11:20 pm

I grew up in Houston and I’m still living there. I’ve been to the spaghetti warehouse about four times. I’ve never been upstairs but everytime I go there I get a super creepy feeling. But when I was younger I would always here the waitors and staff talk about things they have heard or saw upstairs. I would love to know about the murders and why they took place

dak says:

July 13, 2009, 2:42 pm

i went on the 2 floor lots of times and NEVER have i saw a ghost

dak says:

July 13, 2009, 2:44 pm

i have been on the 2 floor lots of times and NEVER have i seen a ghost so i dont belive its haunted

Francisco Pena says:

July 18, 2009, 12:17 am

It’s a portal. It doesn’t matter what happened there. That building, an old wine bar nearby called the carafe and that whole bayou area is evil.
Yankee boats cruised that area…lots of bloodshed. I’ve had homeless old men walk up to me and KNOW my name. Scream the names of dead friends and relatives at me. If you’re from Houston, you know to stay away from that pit of hell.

sandra g. says:

August 11, 2009, 6:02 pm

go to the spaghetti warehouse located downtown houston.. walk up the stairs a few steps up noy all the way stop at the small mirror located on the left side… its a mirror that says thomsons glove fighting corsets! ok take a picture of that mirror close enough for the whole mirrror to come out and none else.. make sure u stand on the side so you wont come out! check out the picture very good i bet you will see a mans face every time,, ive done it 3 times and the man has came out the three times… its creepy but real.. it seems to be a man in a type of PILOT/Army some type of formal military suit.. or just the type formal men used to ware back then.. with those puffy shoulders.. i have no idea why that man comes up in that mirror if it came from a boxing place i guess cause of what it says… hmm trying to find out where the spaghetti warehouse got it from!!

Stacy says:

August 15, 2009, 1:08 pm

The story is that A man and his wife lived there. One of them died in the elevater with is located in the kitchen. It used to be a house and is now a Italian Resturant. I’v visited this place ant least twice and hav felt like i was being watched as soon as I set foot on the stairs

Michelle says:

August 16, 2009, 12:55 am

I went to that warehouse today i went upstairs and there was a party, then we went to the very back of the warehouse and it was cold and lonely i went in to the restroom with my friend and we were in one stall then we heard someone walk in to a stall with high heels on but when we looked down there was no one the so we ran back in to where those stairs was then we were going down the stairs we felt someone pushing us down I was so scared i had chills running up my spine !!!

Garrett says:

August 31, 2009, 3:36 pm

The restraunt closed after we had a major flood down town here in Houston, they started to renovate shortly after, but Im not sure exactly why they stopped.. I myself have not had any experiences at this restraunt, except a certain uneasy feeling I received when being alone there..

erica says:

October 30, 2009, 4:32 pm

kristi and mercedes retards cause when the building was made it wasnt a restaurant DUH!!!!! i live in houston and that place is definetley haunted!!!

Michele says:

October 31, 2009, 1:42 am

All of this is just trash talk, nonsense, not so real.34

Genesis says:

November 1, 2009, 5:40 pm

I don’t know why people find it imposible for there to be hauntings in an italian place.. It’s pathetic

renee says:

November 2, 2009, 3:02 pm

well I’m still waiting on my offer.I’ll stay overnight(s) just to see.
no ones taken me up on my offer yet. stop watching cheesy horror movies and realize there aren’t any monsters or demons only your own imagination. I believe in ghost but not scary spirits telling me to get out while blood spills from the walls. So ovary up and do the same thing since you erica and whoever else thanks I’ll piss in my pants one night in the haunted house. unless your SCARED

tracy says:

November 3, 2009, 8:18 pm

I was born and raised in Houston and still reside there. Ever since I can remember my family and I have always gone to The Spaghetti Warehouse. I believe it is haunted, but then again I believe in ghosts. At the resturaunt I would wander upstairs (as long as the manager said it was okay) and talk to the ghosts, there are pockets of freezing cold everywhere-even in the summer when even downstairs was normally warm.
Just to clarify to Jr and Mo and whoever else is being an idiot on here-it wasn’t always an italian resturaunt. When it was a different business murders took place. If you read what you were posting to you would comprehend this.
I would recommend to the morons to go back to school and receive a proper education, maybe someone else can explain what Ive said to them because they are obviously have a dyslexia of sorts.

tracy says:

November 3, 2009, 8:24 pm

*Because they obviously have a dyslexia of sorts…

Had to correct myself.

And to renee…of course you would spend the night there “for a price” anyone would but I believe your mockery of our experiences is very adult of you…and I know you can’t tell but those are words of pure sarcasm.
maybe you are purely jealous of our experiences because the supernatural do not find you intreging enough to be around. Just a thought.

kathy says:

November 3, 2009, 9:36 pm

I was working at the cellar downtown when spaghetti warehouse opened. A group of us use to go there and it definitely was haunted. Things moved and stuff would fly across the room. You could hear noises where you couldn’t see anyone. I loved the atmosphere.The place has great food.

kathy says:

November 3, 2009, 9:41 pm

I was working at The Cellar when The Spaghetti Warehouse opened. A group of us went there at least once a week.It definitely was haunted. Thing would move and fly across the room. It has great atmosphere, and the food is great. One time I saw a blurry figure swish by us really fast.

renee says:

November 4, 2009, 10:36 pm

to tracy: hilarious did you see the ghost before or after the 6 martinis
you are obviously lonely and looking for attention. lay off the sauce and get out of the house!! wait I heard something yes yes……. it’s bigfoot(insert drumroll here)

april says:

December 1, 2009, 12:53 am


renee says:

December 1, 2009, 3:20 pm

April: Glad your doing what your doing but don’t expect to get a picture of anything. I believe in ghost very much but not angry vengeful spirits trying to appearing as monsters like some cheesy pg-13 movie. For the last time ghost/spirits/are all around but they can’t hurt you. It’s in your mind!!!

April says:

December 3, 2009, 12:47 am

OK Well i went to Spaghetti Warehouse tonight…. I took the pic of the mirror sideways so i dont take a pic of me and NO MAN APPEARED IN THE MIRROR ON MY PIC in the camera….. Took pics all over restaurant in fact NOTHING SHOWED up out of the ordinary…. went up to the THird Floor aka (SEEMS LIKE THE 2nd FLOOR bc when you walk in you see a bar and restaurant..
THe second AKA third floor bc the waiters say that the FIRST Floor is a basement used for storage.
So i went up to the 2nd floor aka “technically the third floor and never mad e it to the bathroom bc of a large party upstairs but inddeed went up there and saw Heard or felt nothing. wAS UNABLE TO GO TO THE THIRD FLOOR BATHROOM. SO nOT TESTED OUT CCAUSE WAITRESS MADE US LEAVE THAT FLOOR SINCE IT IS RUDE ..

friend of mine says:

January 16, 2010, 6:30 pm

friend of mine used the bathroom at the one in houston and as he walked out of the stall the door swung open and closed he looked at the hinges nothing there.creepy

jordyn says:

January 26, 2010, 10:56 am

in going to the spagetii warehouse for my great grandmas birthday in february im going to see if this place is realy haunted

ashley brook smith says:

February 2, 2010, 5:09 pm

I left a watch there for Jack White once. The Rock Star not the former England Cricket Captain.

Mrs. Smith says:

February 11, 2010, 3:43 pm

Growing up in Houston you hear plenty of stories about it being haunted and how/why these hauntings take place. So? I’ve been to the Spaghetti Warehouse a couple times. I went the day I got married and I also went last Valentine’s Day. When I got married in 2006 we sat downstairs, it was about 10 of us, no-one had an experience. However, both my husband and I had shivers down our spines while taking pics on the stairs. Then, last year for Valentine’s 2009, we sat upstairs. We actually sat in the trolly train. I myself felt like I was being watched. My husband said he saw fuzzy shadows towards the ceiling. The food however is great. We plan on returning on Saturday Night, for our Valentine’s Day Dinner. To Be Continued.

Mom says:

February 15, 2010, 5:16 pm

I took my daughter on a haunted tour and we went to the Spaghetti Warehouse in Houston, Texas downtown. The tour guide said that it had been a warehouse way back when and that the wife of the owner had fallen down tht elevator shaft. Now the elevator shaft is a restroom. At time you can go in and see orbs and even aparitions. We have a friend that went into the restroom and was prevocing the spirits so to say and they were taking pictures the whole time. When the film was developed there were perfect hand prints around one of there necks and you can see a perfect aparition. In the upstairs entry way there is a few old chairs we took pictures of my friends daughter and there is a hand right on her shoulder and there was nothing around here but air. If you have the time take the haunted tour and check it out. Its worth it.

Jerrica says:

February 26, 2010, 6:12 am

I remember going there ( I wanna say it was in Houston, but maybe in Fort Worth – cause I lived in both for a long time as a child ) and specifically seeing a woman in white walking across the dining room. I also vaguely remember asking my mother if she saw the “pretty lady”, and she said “who, me?”…I still don’t know if she was being serious or not. But considering my mother, she was being sarcastic…unless I was hallucinating. She is very spiritual, and has seen many spirits, who she has come to know and love over the years……so for her to ignore that, well, I think it was sarcasm so my father would not think we were crazy, which he often called her for saying such things..

Anyway, I remember that woman…very, very clearly.

amanda says:

March 4, 2010, 6:56 pm

m and my classmates went on a trip for our choir and after…we went to eat at the restraunt an we all got a funny pic of us looking over the ledge upstairs(where we ate)and right over us was a spirit orb and u can see a mans face in it!it was freaky…and that pic is hanging in our classroom.

kaylana says:

March 4, 2010, 7:34 pm

I ain’t afraid of no ghost! its a joke don’t take it serious. p.s email me back and send me a couple of pictures. I hope to here back.I am the 5th ghost buster.I am 10 years old.I take life seriously.What do ghost call there speghetti spooghetti.LOL! why did the ghost cross the road to poop out some meatballs p.s itaily meatballs.sorrry i have a poopy brother.LOL!

kristen says:

March 9, 2010, 6:53 pm

i just went to the spaghetti warehouse in houston friend went to the rest room and said she saw a shadow dancing around in the stall.One of my other friends said he saw the eyes on a portrait downstairs blink at him.another one of my friends said he had a glass half full of dr.peper and went to the restroom, when he came back it was almost gone.two of my other friends said they say the chair in the girls bathroom vibrate.Iwas almost scared to go to the restroom.

Isabella says:

March 14, 2010, 3:48 pm

i love going to the spagetti warehouse. good food. Yes i have sure seen some paranormel activity. Me and a friend decided to explore and noticed some windows having holes in them like bullets. When we went in teh first bathroom, theres a real cockaroach in the painting and i’d start hearing a women crying.
When i went to the second floor i had this odd feeling of people being EVERYWHERE! From a starnge place on a ledge you can see the entrance of the resturaunt perfectly and everyone who comes in.
2nd abthroom was more interesting. I didnt see any face in the mirror yet i did hear doors opening and closing. just so you know the bathrooms arent very big. So after that we went for 2 minutes and went back to notice a chair. it was standing right in front of me out of no where.
Next my friend was brave enough to go to the basement. Its a laundry place i think? She quickly ran out because she heard people and the lights were on.
Every person i asked about it has said, “Yeah i see it sometimes.”
but their is this old women with a country accent, if you ask her she’ll tell you about the “lady In White” and said shed never stay there alone at night

Victoia says:

March 20, 2010, 7:06 pm

I went to the spagetti warehouse last thursday and when we were about to leave i wanderded up to the top floor and at first did not see anything out of the ordinary. I kept in mind what out waitor, Kirby, said. to smell for oranges as a sign of one of the ghosts. But what i did see was in the back of the room past the big picture on the right wall i saw something that looked like a white dress flow and disappear. I guess that was supposed to be the 10 year old girl. That and the picture stating at me I did not even make it to the bathroom. I ran back down the stairs and stayed with my friends the rest of the night!

tim says:

April 13, 2010, 6:38 pm

Have eaten there many times. Its not haunted. That is just a marketing gimmick. Get real. There are no ghosts. just gullible people.

juli says:

June 11, 2010, 11:08 am

it is haunted cause i saw her … upstairs … she was watchin me and my bf all white and a fog like plasma and it was creapy i took pictures but when we got home his phone stop working :( i always get an erie feeling when im there i see them all .. i thought i was weird but my mom says i just have a gift …

ryne says:

June 14, 2010, 11:50 pm

yeah this place is haunted i actually went upstairs and tried to call out some ghosts tonight i got a very weird vibe when i looked around up stairs im gonna try to go back there

Catheirne says:

June 19, 2010, 2:45 pm

We went to the place for my sisters 17 b-day. After ordering, my sister and I were allowed to take pictures upstairs. At first, nothing interesting happend, but it was very musky and they had the lights off. We went on the trolley and stod at the end, I was staring at the inside taking pics while my sister stood on my left looking down the trolley steps at the tables taking pics. My sister said that as she was going to take a pic, a black figure showed up on her screen getting closer. It startled her and she couldn’t bring herself to snap off a pic right away, instead she backs up into me, almost making me drop my camera. I turned and told her to watch where she was going and she stood there stunned. She said she saw the outline of a dark figure with broad shoulders wearing a derby type looking hat, “old fashioned”. She did however, as she had bumped into me, take a picture. Looking at all the previous photos, in the same place, the pictures were clear – including mine, but the one pic she took during this event was cloudy with a ton of flurry dust orbs. Aside from this, we didn’t see anymore action, but we were more than ready to go eat downstairs.

Bianca says:

June 19, 2010, 9:22 pm

not haunted, been there 5 times, bunch of PAID workers who will do anything to get a rise outta people! the food is great but not haunted.

Jessy says:

June 23, 2010, 3:51 pm

i haven’t seen anything, been there twice, but that’s not to say nothin’s there. ghost activity just doesn’t happen on que, if it doesn’t want to happen it won’t happen. you might get lucky or hell see/hear something residual. you can’t just poke your head upstairs for a few minutes and expect instant action. Look foward to comin to the place again!

I know more than you. says:

June 30, 2010, 3:04 am

No that’s not a first.. there’s also a haunted one in Austin as well.

Alisa Dong says:

July 26, 2010, 2:17 pm

it is so true! my teacher Ms.Van told us that one day she went 2 the spaghetti warehouse on a field trip and went to see the ghost of the man `s wife who had also died in the elevator crash!here is the true story!one day a man had to work late shift he had told his wife the night before.the wife had said o k!but then on that very night when he was about to go home he didnt realize that there was a hole in the elvator floor.he fell down the hloe and died the wife got worried and went down to the warehouse hen she was about to get on the elvator she too fell down the elvator!that was the true story of the old haunted spaghetti warehouse!

Megan says:

September 7, 2010, 2:14 pm

ok so this is real, the one in houston if you go and sit on the top floor near the potted plants and take a picture expect someone to be in it with you. also you cant eat up there because the waitressing staff refuse to serve…its just novelty only when you go up to the second floor.


Megan says:

September 7, 2010, 2:16 pm


the one in houston is real, it is haunted. if you go upstairs by the potted plants and take a picture then expect someone to be in the picture with you. the staff refuse to go up there so all the main dining is on the ground floor. you can go up stairs but only for novelty reasons (aka getting a picture)

kathy says:

September 7, 2010, 2:22 pm

The warehouse in houston was a fur storeroom way back in the day. It stayed empty for quite a few years and then The spagetti warehouse chain bought it and opened the restaurant. I have gone there many times and it is definitely haunted. There are things that happen on both floors.

mz.cachetes says:

September 24, 2010, 3:12 pm

well i’ve heard about it and i do beleive so when i went there when i went to the bathroom u just got an instant chill up there it got cold all of a sudden and it flt like someone was watching me thats was like a couple of yrs back. i’ve also went to the jeff davis hospital thats been closed for a long time now and well me and some friends jumped the gate and broke the boards on the back door (police do pass by only around halloween times cause thats when everybody sneaks in) well it was very cold inside you could actually smell like dead bodies as soon as you walk in there were noises every where and dried up blood on the floor and walls you can hear the squeaky ness of a wheel from da hospital beds things would move and all of a sudden you can feel your hair movin and someone talked into one of my friends ear we were walkin on all floors until we seen a dark shadow on the 4th floor then we heard a noise and seen a flash light it was an officer i guess patrollin the perimeter but he only flashed da light threw the boards we broked so we left after the officer left if you dont beleive me got sneak in for yourself but i do say their always a cop passing by around halloween time because alot of kids do still sneak in to smoke or whatever but good thing we didnt do it before we went in we could of came out insane but im serious sneak in and you’ll see.

jessi says:

October 2, 2010, 6:06 pm

i went there today with my friends, when my mom told me it was haunted. i was kinda frieked out, but we went upstairs and looked around, and NOTHING HAPPENED! i was very dissapointed, i was excited to see a ghost, but nothing. the food was delicious though ^^

Sandra Leiva says:

October 8, 2010, 10:19 pm

Ya’ll are all idiots!

payne says:

October 8, 2010, 11:39 pm

the one in the houston area the upstairs is haunted and the bottom i was there eating lunch and out of no where i got hit in the head but why they say the upstairs is haunted because a long time ago when the elevators had no doors and a worker was walking with a stack of papers and fell all the way to the bottom and was killed and he haunts the upstairs (thats why its always closed its only used for big groups)

Heather says:

October 15, 2010, 4:55 am

I have heard of this when I lived in Houston but as I have learned, every spaghetti warehouse is said to be haunted. a bunch of bologna I say!

Anahi says:

October 21, 2010, 11:38 am

I truly believe the 2nd floor of the Spaghetti Warehouse is haunted. A group of friends and I reserved the second floor for our Homecoming dinner back in October of 2007. We live here in Houston so we have heard the stories of the Spaghetti Warehouse being haunted and had dinner there anyway. Let me tell you, the food there is delicious, but anytime I go back to that restaurant I will always remember my bump in to these ghostly figures. During our dinner, there was 2 girls that insisted on finding something ghost related. They didn’t really have any luck as hard as they tried. So me, being a scardey cat that i am, ask for someone to come with me to the bathroom. Unfortunatly, they only walked with me half way and I went to the bathroom by myself. The second floor was divided by a large curtain; our group being on one side and the other half was were the restroom was. The other half had tables and chairs set up and has a giant wall mirror that covers most of the wall facing the bathroom so I was walking to the bathroom all scared I would bump into something! And sure enough I did!!! I bumped into a what looked like a podium, right infront of the bathroom door, blocking the bathroom door! I was thinking those 2 girls had done it to scare me but it couldnt have been because they were on the other side of the curtain taking pictures. So I move the podium out of the way and proceed into the bathroom, as I head out of the stall and wash my hands minding my own business I look up and I see 2 women in dresses standing infront of the mirror powdering their faces… Those folk dresses with big skirts and corset tops… I immediatley run towards the door and again the stupid podium thing is in the doorway! I think I almost passed out! I didnt tell anyone that night until a few days later.

Daniella says:

October 25, 2010, 12:41 am

My brother went to the spaghetti warehouse a couple years ago after homecoming. They ate upstairs and when my brother and his friend went to the bathroom upstairs they were walking until a white foot went inside the boys bathroom.and then then the door opened by itself. I’m not sure if there is still a mirror on the girls bathroom door on the outside, but there was when my brother went. anyways when my brother and his friend saw the white foot and the door open they saw the lights flickering from the girls mirror. then they opened the door and the light instantly came on. October 18, a couple days ago. I went there and we had a tour of the upstairs I felt cold and I had a feeling something was with us. There is a mirror in the corner of the room and whenever I looked in it I had a shiver. and the big painting sure does give you the creeps. When we finally went down to eat my mom and I went to the bathroom. while we were in there the bathroom sink was banging. I will never use the bathroom upstairs or down. We wanted to eat upstairs, but they are only open for lunch. I wonder why. If you are looking for good food and a good creep I recommend you go to the Spaghetti Warehouse. I believe it is haunted!

EdawardHisTopazEyes says:

October 28, 2010, 3:40 pm

Man i went there 2 yrs ago on Halloween.Go figure cuz i went 2 Worthham Center 2 go c a play with my choir n dude we went up n man i was freakin out.

Dustin says:

November 4, 2010, 2:00 pm

Why do all of you have terrible grammar and spelling?

Dustin says:

November 4, 2010, 2:02 pm

Why do you all have terrible grammar?

aaron says:

November 15, 2010, 12:02 pm

the spaghetti warehouse in houston is haunted! every time you go in you get this weird vibe and the air is stale like death has been there too often. i know a story of the ownere a long time ago was killed there one night. i’ve been upstairs where it is said that many people have died there and the restrooms are no joke they are spooky!


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Annmarie says:

December 5, 2010, 4:00 pm

The spaghetti warehouse in Houston is haunted because it used to be a produce warehouse and men(the workers) fell down the elavator shaft and died and now the wives(also ghosts) are trying to find them. It is open and I really want to go there soon!!!

juliana says:

December 18, 2010, 11:41 am

i went there just last night and was freaked out because the was an ax,and a face that showed up in the miror. i had bee talking to my friend and i felt a tap on my back. i was about to burst into tears because itwas so scarry. nobody believed me! but i dont lie about this stuff. it happened. :(

Tiffany says:

January 6, 2011, 12:01 pm

The womens bathroom in the Houston location was an elevator shaft that a man feel thru and died.

Kat says:

March 17, 2011, 7:31 pm

I went here on a fieldtrip. I got a slight Creepy vibe, but not much else. Well, I knocked my coke over. Heh oops! But yeah the bathrooms were filled with giggly girls so I hope when I eat here next weekend I can investigate for us. :) By the way, the fettucini alfredo is goooooood.

Courtney says:

April 6, 2011, 8:52 pm

I just came from the Spagetti Warehouse about 30 minutes ago. I have heard many romurs that it was haunted so I finished my dinner (which was very good by btw) and headed up-stairs where most of the activity was taking place, and I began talking to the spirits and I also also snaped plenty of picture. I can’t wait to go with all of my paranormal investagation equipment.

LibertyRd Jonathan says:

July 12, 2011, 11:23 pm


Claudia says:

July 14, 2011, 7:52 pm

Omg ibwas in the second floor like 2weeks ago and some strange feeling touched my behind and blew in my ear

dj diva hou says:

August 14, 2011, 6:45 am

I worked there when I transfered from San Antonio location born n raised in Houston but I can tell you that yes we hated working upstairs…. This was 89 90… There was always a creepy feeling very cold and our tables whr always messed up…. You got used to the fotogs but it still was creepy… Next time ur there take a foto og the big painting as u r going up the stairs… Ull get orbs fer sure… The orig owner just won’t leave. But he’s not the only one there… Hv fun

dj diva hou says:

August 14, 2011, 6:50 am

Yes it is haunted I worked ther in 90 we hated working the upstairs it was always creepy and our silverwhr moved at times…. When u go up take a foto of the big painting…. Have an open mind get ready for the chills… Hv fun..the owner isn’t the only one there we whr told a kid is there too

Angie says:

August 17, 2011, 2:27 am

my friend Misty died there sat the ft worth one she had an accident and she would have seizures she had one while eating and she choked-her mother took her into the bathroom where she splashed water in Misty’s face trying to get her to come around my very first childhood friend died in a damn bathroom when she was only in the 5th grade, she loved pickles and her kitten. It really sucks tht 20 yrs later I read this and nearly choked myself this made me cry, she never crossed over to b with her daddy or to be w God she’s stuck in time reliving a very tragic death. This is a true haunting she was from Burleson Tx I know this is Misty bc I dont think any other little girls died in the restroom and if the sightings are true to the water running and towels and such being messed up then I have no doubt. I never been there bc it always made me sad to think of tht place and never crossed my mind tht her ghost was there. I visited her grave faithfully untill I saw this a few yrs ago, shes not there anyway. She would be 34 this year.

Joe says:

September 29, 2011, 9:49 pm

Few weeks ago my sister and her family and I went to the Spaghetti Warehouse on my sister birthday. We were upstairs eating it was cold i sitting next to my sister I feel chills in body I sat against the wall feel someone touch me on my shoulder I told my sister why you touch me she stated she didn’t. When finish eating I went to restroom I seen something odd I barely see something next to restroom door like shadow I thought is my imagination. I heard about the Spaghetti Warehouse but I got see to believe it and I believe it alright.

Stefano says:

October 1, 2011, 10:04 pm

I here this place is creepy do you know were it is?

chabella says:

October 21, 2011, 3:03 pm

heyyz yeahh i know about all this scary stuff! OMFG

bee says:

October 27, 2011, 3:00 pm

there is a ckub we used to go to by the spaghetti warehousevand we used to park our car there well we were driving towards the back and our trunk flew open by itself… it was cold out, i just felt very light headed and then a hit rush through my body…. creepy place

No Skool says:

November 28, 2011, 8:26 pm

it wuz sevant hgrade n my 2 frienz dun spellz gud None so wez got on WebSight to talk wit odder 11-yr-olds ur gunna laff cuz me no skool it 4 dumies whu can ‘tsp ell wurth There wait in gold. An iff all udder comment kin maeke it Thru this “classy place” then u idiot middle skool kidz maeke me fear 4 da futur!

Anonymous says:

January 30, 2012, 3:24 pm

It’s haunted. Although when I was there I saw nothing but felt kinda creepy and being watched, me and a friend took pictures using our iPhone and EVO and these white blurs kept coming up. Believe me or not, it happened….

Eric says:

February 6, 2012, 12:23 am

The woman does exist. I was young when I first found out about her. I was having dinner with my aunt and father and had a fascination with shadows. I was watching the ceiling fan shadows at the time when i suddenly saw a stray one race across the wall. At that point, the room felt cold and I could never shake the feeling of being watched. I ended up walking upstairs with my dad to find that feeling growing stronger. According to the employees, the woman was looking for her husband who died when the old elevator malfunctioned.

lucykay says:

April 7, 2012, 2:20 pm

actually it is in Houston, Texas in downtown. I’ve been there couple of times never experienced anything.

Víctor Soto says:

May 14, 2012, 2:49 am

I was at that restaurant, and i tried to take some pictures, but:
I can’t! My camera failed in that intent.
My battery was discharged, in two, or; three minutes, after the first picture i took.
So, in one wuord; it was impossible, to me, and my friends, take the pictures we wold like to take.
Some cooks, who work for this restaurant, say; something paranormal is passing there.
Who knows?
Well; my experience was good whit their kitchen.
Very good food, and wonderfull iced té.
My phone: 713-550-0165
Victor Soto:
The Paranormal Phenomen Investigator.

Skeptic says:

May 15, 2012, 4:56 pm

Not that my comments gonna be enough to even hold its own weight in salt amongst all you tactless gossipmongers, but I’ve been to The Warehouse in Fort Worth; nothin doin

cat says:

June 24, 2012, 1:06 am

today i went to spaghetti warhoiuse in houston i saw shadows and all the doors wher closed they wold not open it wass werd i felt alot of werd fellings in crepy and scary i think is hunted

Angie says:

January 17, 2013, 4:30 pm

Angie: This is about the Houston location, not the Dallas location. This would not be in reference to your friend who died in the Dallas location. It is the Houston location that is haunted. Just to clear that up. I’m sure you won’t ever read this, but if you do… It’s not her.

Anyway, I never experienced anything other than a big drafty restaurant that does have a creepy feel to it due to its age and, well, draftiness.

My mom did tell me that the last lynching in Houston took place here. One of her nurse coworkers told her.

Mary says:

February 12, 2013, 2:54 am

I went there last week because of all the stories about hauntings. I was there at near closing time. I looked all over the place, i even sneaked into the part where the back staircase is that leads to the basement. I went to both ladies’ restrooms, and took pictures all over the downstairs, main staircase, and upstairs. I never saw, felt, ot heard anything unusual. However, I looked it up on the internet, and I found that there is a whole chain of Spaghetti Warehouses, and most (or all) are claimed to be “haunted”. I’d say it’s a marketing gimmick.

LaLa says:

September 4, 2013, 2:22 pm

It’s probably someone coming back from the dead to complain about the horrible Italian food.

Lisa says:

September 25, 2013, 2:47 pm

I worked there back in the 90’s. The building is an old cotton mill and was built back when the city of Houston was established. This restaurant is haunted. I waited tables upstairs in the trolley area. At the end of the night all servers would hurry to get their chores done to get out. We would roll silverware and push in the chairs. When we walked away into the kitchen and come back, the silverware would be tossed on the floor and chairs pulled out. No one else was up there and we would hurry, clean up again and get the hell out of dodge. Hated working upstairs at night.

RM says:

October 31, 2013, 10:29 pm

Worked there in the late 70’s. As a dish washer. After work @ night we would run upstairs to play the electric ping pong machine. With the A/c off. it was always cold up there. In the corner of the room was a window, that was bricked behind it. sometimes it shine a redish light threw it! Other times hearing people talking and walking around. When we work up stairs for parties and cleaning up. We could hear kids running and screaming and playing with each other, having a ball! After a while you just get used to it, but you know your never alone. Worked all over building. Even basement, you hear all kinds of things Like walking around and talking and doors. For me, I was a teen ager at the time. I really didn’t effect me. It was a job! Heck I used to walk home late at night. Warehouse dose have activity. Worked there about a 1- year and a half.

Sophie says:

January 8, 2014, 6:53 pm

It’s really is haunted. My cousin, my uncle, and I went there and when we where eating, my uncle’s chair flew out from under him. Also, my cousin saw a woman in the bathroom with a big blood splatter on the dress the woman was wearing and she said the lady disappeared. She won’t go back.

josh says:

February 25, 2015, 9:22 am

Spaghetti warehouse is still open. Ive ate there before but this is a first time hearing it. Recently went to the Whaley house n Cali. That’s haunted and creepy

TheButtshark says:

May 26, 2015, 9:54 am

Ive been there before andtheres both…. Gay men and phantoms

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