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10 Most Terrifying Haunted Roads In Texas

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#1 Still Waters

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Posted 04 February 2017 - 08:37 PM

There are certain similarities between a lot of haunted places in Texas, and certain assumptions that people often make when it comes to these locations. One can assume that the place is antiquated. You don’t hear about very many hauntings in newer locales, but that could simply be because they haven’t had a chance to collect enough tragedies yet.

Often, places that become haunted were once open to the public. Landmarks, public buildings, hotels & inns, cemeteries…

And lastly, many assume the haunted place saw many unfortunate deaths, such as hospitals or insane asylums.

But what they often don’t consider that the haunted place is, in fact, not a specific place at all, but rather a road.



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