Lake Worth Castle

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This beautiful castle was rebuilt on the shores of Lake Worth by a former owner, and is believed to be haunted the apparition of a young man, who has been seen wandering the grounds as well as inside the castle. The second apparition is a ghostly bride who has been seen running across the entrance road before vanishing.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
9115 Heron Drive
Fort Worth, TX
United States

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GPS:
32.79378440228953, -97.47616034739622
County:
Tarrant County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Lake Worth, TX (2.0 mi.)
Lakeside, TX (2.2 mi.)
White Settlement, TX (2.6 mi.)
Sansom Park, TX (4.3 mi.)
Westworth, TX (4.6 mi.)
River Oaks, TX (4.9 mi.)
Westover Hills, TX (5.0 mi.)
Eagle Mountain, TX (7.1 mi.)
Saginaw, TX (8.0 mi.)
Azle, TX (8.1 mi.)

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  1. My sister and I went with our husband’s and we did see a white shadow in the upper left window. The light on the right turned on about 5 min in that showed the razor wire and what looked like construction, then afterwards talking about it the light to the front of the home turned on. The husbands say it was a motion sensor, but it was weird how it came on and off randomly. We did not see the bride but we are certain this place is definitely haunted.

  2. Me and my two girls went out there one day to take pics. We parked directly across the street where
    a old tree stood. When we were finished and got in the car my car would not start. It could have been
    coincidence but it was weird. I called my husband to help me out and after about an hour the car started. I had no problems with my car before or after that happened.

  3. Me my cousin and our two girlfriends went to see the castle about midnight. We parked right in front and got out. My cousin climbed up on the wall and started walking on the wall acting silly and we noticed a woman in a window watching us she was wearing an old white dress and her face was paste white. She didn’t look right. We jumped in the car and before we could start the car she walked right through the window and floated right towards us. She chased us all the way down the street. We knew she was a ghost.

  4. I was really drunk one night and decided to swim from the otherside of the lake to goat island. Then from there I swam the rest of the way, ending up in font of this place. Now I had never even seen or heard of this place before. So I jumped the little wall to go check it out, then I heard dogs and some guy yell “HEY!” So I turned right the F around and that was it.

  5. I grew up down the street and had the opportunity to tour the castle during an open house several years ago but these days it’s fenced off with cameras and motion sensing lights. There is a large foyer contains a fountain with a full sized statue of Poseidon in the center. I think most people catch a glimpse of a human figure in a big dark place and think it’s an apparition. Sorry to burst your bubble, I still love to look at the castle but I don’t think there’s any validity to the ghost sightings.

  6. Sad to see this neat structure in such bad repair. Didn’t see any ghosts just two big guard dogs that barked the whole time I was taking pictures.

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