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US Ghost Adventures is the leading provider of haunted house and ghost tours in America — we even own some of the most haunted properties in America, like the Lizzie Borden House! Every tour is hosted by an experienced, knowledgeable local guide. You’ll hear firsthand accounts from people who have witnessed the unexplained — sometimes even a guest’s eerie encounter or the guide’s own! US Ghost Adventures offers an authentic experience that strives to make sense of the unexplainable. The Houston ghost tour is based on real-world portrayals of hauntings and well- documented history. Whether you’re just visiting TX or looking to learn more about your hometown’s haunted past, US Ghost Adventures offers a ghostly experience that you won’t forget.
Founded in 1837, Houston has a rich history highlighted by shipbuilding, oil, space exploration, art, and diversity — but for every accomplishment, the “Space City” has experienced its fair share of trauma.
Houston’s status as a southern port city may be a boon for industry, but it also makes it one of the most haunted places in America, ranking alongside New Orleans, Charleston, and Savannah.
Below, you’ll get a peak at Houston’s Top 3 Haunted Locations, from the bedroom JFK slept in before he was assassinated to a haunted Spaghetti restaurant. Are you ready to get up close and personal with the spirits of this historic city? Book a tour today.
Opened in 1913, the Rice Hotel replaced the former Capitol building of the Republic of Texas. With modern amenities like air conditioning and an escalator, the hotel attracted many famous
guests over the years. Perhaps its most famous were John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy. The couple stayed there on November 21, 1963 — one day before the president was assassinated in Dallas. Today, the hotel serves as an apartment building. Residents have reported couples dancing on the rooftop, cold spots, odd noises, and strange activity near the room where JFK allegedly slept.
If you’re looking for the oldest commercial building in downtown Houston, you’ve found it. La Carafe first debuted as a bakery over 150 years ago in 1860. Now a vintage-inspired speakeasy, this bar embraces its history — and ghosts. Strange sights and sounds have been reported over the years: A figure in the window, a child playing with a ball upstairs, bottles flying off shelves on their own. If that isn’t creepy enough, the bar hosts candlelit seances, beckoning in even more spirits.
Despite its cheery name, the Spaghetti Warehouse was the site of a tragic, accidental death in the mid-1900s. At that time, the famous restaurant was a bustling pharmaceutical company. Legend goes: A young, overworked pharmacist mistakenly stepped into an elevator shaft and fell to his death. His devastated wife died less than one year later. Now their ghosts linger in the restaurant, floating objects, calling out employees’ names, and causing general havoc.
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