Haunted Places in Dawson County, Texas



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    In the meantime, here's a list of all haunted places within 100 miles of Dawson County, Texas.



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    Coleman Park

    Brownfield, Texas

    35 miles from Dawson County, TX

    Rumor has it that during pioneer days, a woman was once hanged for witchcraft on this park. Then, a few years afterward, a little girl who was climbing a tree was pushed by an unseen hand and fell, breaking her neck. The two ghosts are said to roam the park.

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    Terry County Courthouse

    Brownfield, Texas

    35.8 miles from Dawson County, TX

    This 1925 courthouse is haunted. Visitors claim to have heard cell doors clanging open and shut, the sounds of faint screams and have had their hair pulled by unseen hands. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Hotel Settles

    Big Spring, Texas

    43.6 miles from Dawson County, TX

    Dating back to the 1930's, the historic gem of an elegant hotel has been painstakingly restored to its former glory. The renovations stirred up some long forgotten ghost stories, and since the hotel reopened in 2012, reports of apparitions in period clothing, cold spots and a spook who plays ...

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    Shafter Lake

    Andrews, Texas

    49.1 miles from Dawson County, TX

    Shafter Lake was named for Major General William Rufus Shafter, who discovered it in 1875. When the town lost a county-seat war with nearby Andrews, it became little more than a ghost town. Folks say a ghostly Lady in White roams the graveyard since that time, and a phantom Confederate ...

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    Santa Fe Apartments - 2F

    Midland, Texas

    51.2 miles from Dawson County, TX

    Aparttment 2F is considered haunted after some sort of extremely violent event in the early 2000s. The staff decided to re-rent the place with new doors and carpets. At first the showers would go on by themselves and the closest apartment, which was closed each night, was open ...

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    Museum of the Southwest

    Midland, Texas

    52.5 miles from Dawson County, TX

    Folks say the ghost of a former owner, who was murdered here before the mansion was turned into a museum, haunts the upstairs portion of the building.

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    The Memphis Man

    Lubbock, Texas

    54.8 miles from Dawson County, TX

    The Memphis Man is a "ghost," or some say an optical illusion, who haunts Memphis Street at 66th. The legend tells of a man waiting at a bus stop on a winter morning who was killed when a bus slid on some ice. An optical illusion makes it look to ...

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    Texas Tech - Horn/Knapp Hall

    Lubbock, Texas

    58.1 miles from Dawson County, TX

    It is said that from a third or fourth floor storage attic, a young boy's ghost can be heard throwing a ball down the stairs. Some say he'll knock on his door if you knock first.

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    Texas Tech - Physics and Geosciences Building

    Lubbock, Texas

    58.3 miles from Dawson County, TX

    It is reported that on the night of the Tech Carol of Lights, a shadowy figure appears looking out of the top center window, seen just as all the lights surrounding Memorial Circle are switched off.

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    Texas Tech - Ranching Heritage Center

    Lubbock, Texas

    58.6 miles from Dawson County, TX

    The ghost of a woman has been reported to appear in an upper window of a 2-story house at the southwest end of the complex. She's thought to be the wife of the rancher who origially built the house.

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    Baker Hotel

    Colorado City, Texas

    67.5 miles from Dawson County, TX

    In the basement of this hotel lurk some unfortunate souls, apparitions, witnesses say, of the many employees who were killed when the location suffered a fire in the early 1900s. Reports say that although the hotel is no longer in operation, the building still stands.