Haunted Places in Zapata County, Texas

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

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    La Posada Hotel

    Laredo, Texas

    40.3 miles from Zapata County, TX

    Formerly a convent, this hotel is now known for its strange spirits, including some nuns' apparitions. Rumor has it that a spook here will assume the form of living employees to trick people, except that it cannot speak. Witnesses also have reported cold spots and the sound of someone calling ...

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    Rio Grande Plaza Hotel

    Laredo, Texas

    40.5 miles from Zapata County, TX

    Superstition plays a role in this hotel's haunting, some say. The largest building in Laredo, it's also the only one to have a 13th floor. Other buildings have renumbered their floors to avoid having a 13th, for superstitious reasons. Folks say the haunt in this hotel is a former worker ...

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    The Hamilton Hotel

    Laredo, Texas

    40.7 miles from Zapata County, TX

    The 1900 building boasts an additional 9 floors that were added in 1923. It is said to be the tallest in Laredo. Folks have reported the ghostly sounds of children running and playing in the building.

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    Deutz Mansion

    Laredo, Texas

    41 miles from Zapata County, TX

    The house was built in 1890 by Max Deutz of German decent, he was son of Joseph Deutz, founder of the Laredo National Bank and of Deutz Bro. Hardware Store. In 1931 Mrs. Mosella Mann, mother of ambassador Thomas C. Mann (Mann Rd. named after him.) died burned to death ...

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    Roma Historic Plaza

    Roma, Texas

    42.1 miles from Zapata County, TX

    The Roma Historic District in Roma, Texas preserves an intact example of a border town in the lower Rio Grande valley. The town was an important port and transshipment point on the Rio Grande from 1829 to the 1880s. The apparition of a beautiful girl in a flowing white dress ...

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    Shary Mansion

    Palmhurst, Texas

    75 miles from Zapata County, TX

    The ghost of former owner Mr Shary has been seen walking across the road from the cemetery he was buried in back to his house. People have also seen the apparition sitting on the front porch in a rocking chair. (Submitted by Callum Swift)

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    La Lomita Chapel

    Mission, Texas

    77.9 miles from Zapata County, TX

    The historic La Lomita Chapel is said to be haunted by the apparition of a nun who appears suspended in the air in a prayer posture. The apparition has been spotted in broad daylight.

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    Casa De Palmas Renaissance McAllen Hotel

    McAllen, Texas

    79.7 miles from Zapata County, TX

    The 1918 Renaissance Casa De Palmas Hotel said to be haunted by the ghost of an elderly lady who appears in the basement. Another female apparition, or perhaps two, have been seen wearing black veils. Police officers were once called to check on a strange woman walking around on one ...

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    San Juan Hotel

    San Juan, Texas

    84 miles from Zapata County, TX

    No longer in business, this hotel is said to be the site where a prostitute was once murdered. Folks say you can hear ghostly screaming and crying for help coming from the building, and her apparition can be seen calling and waving from a second-story window at night.

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    Old Rialto Theater

    Alice, Texas

    84.8 miles from Zapata County, TX

    The theater closed in the 1980s, but employees there claimed to see shadowy apparitions in the halls and described an eerie feeling of being watched by a presence in the upper levels.

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    Old Hospital

    Alice, Texas

    84.9 miles from Zapata County, TX

    This hospital is now closed, but when it was open there were claims of call bells ringing on their own on the second floor, even when they were unplugged. Since its closing some residents swear they hear moaning coming from the building, and lights flickering in the windows. In more ...