Haunted Places in Ward County, Texas



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



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    Historic Pecos County Jail

    Fort Stockton, Texas

    45.3 miles from Ward County, TX

    People walking by the old jail late at night have reported seeing lights turning on and off when the place is closed down for the day. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    Santa Fe Apartments - 2F

    Midland, Texas

    66 miles from Ward 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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    Shafter Lake

    Andrews, Texas

    66.3 miles from Ward 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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    Museum of the Southwest

    Midland, Texas

    68.1 miles from Ward 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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    Fort Davis National Historic Site

    Fort Davis, Texas

    78.4 miles from Ward County, TX

    The 1860s Confederate Fort Davis is believed to be haunted by the ghost of Alice Walpole, who was abducted by Native Americans in this area while looking for roses. Her body was never found, but soon afterward, sightings of her ghost were reported in this area. Two other interesting things ...