Haunted Places in Knox County, Texas

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

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    Old Stamford Inn

    Stamford, Texas

    45.8 miles from Knox County, TX

    The structure burned down and took the lives of five people within. It was rebuild and served a while as a nursing home at the end of it's days before it was abandoned in 1980. It is said that a man haunts the basement of the structure. (Submitted by Rebekah ...

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    Anson Opera House

    Anson, Texas

    59.4 miles from Knox County, TX

    The 1907 opera house is haunted by a spirit that frequents the back dressing room. Actors claim to have heard ghostly footsteps in the vicinity of the room, and objects have been known to missing from the area and turn up later in inexplicable locations. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Anson Lights

    Anson, Texas

    60.5 miles from Knox County, TX

    The Anson Ghost Lights are found by turning right at Alsupps toward the graveyard just outside of town. Turn right down a dirt road that travels along the cemetery. Then, at the crossroads, turn the car around so it faces the main road, turn off the engine, and flash the ...

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    Screaming Sheila Bridge - Moeller Road

    Electra, Texas

    61.9 miles from Knox County, TX

    Many stories are told about Screaming Sheila Bridge - Moeller Road. One is that in the mid-1800s, a woman was convicted of practicing witchcraft and burned alive on the bridge. There is now a hole completely through the bridge. She is heard screaming at night. Another story is that in ...

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    Fort Phantom Hill

    Abilene, Texas

    66.6 miles from Knox County, TX

    Fort Phantom Hill, built in the mid-1800s, was given such a spooky moniker simply because it didn't have a legal name. Interestingly, it was built in the wrong place: Instead of being built on Pecan Bayou as originally ordered, the general in charge mistakenly had it constructed in this barren ...