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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, indians_01-05@charter.net

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 i’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!)

BRENDA JIMENEZ says:

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

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