Cattleman's Steakhouse

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At Cattleman’s Steakhouse there is rumored to be an apparition of a man that only can be seen from the corner of one’s eye. The ghost is most often seen around the bar, in the Buffalo Room and in the Greenhouse Room.

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Geographic Information

Address:
3450 S Fabens Carlsbad Rd
Fabens, TX 79838
United States

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GPS:
31.56276429141902, -106.06911849870806
County:
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Fabens, TX (6.7 mi.)
Agua Dulce, TX (7.6 mi.)
Tornillo, TX (8.2 mi.)
Morning Glory, TX (8.7 mi.)
Clint, TX (9.4 mi.)
San Elizario, TX (12.1 mi.)
Horizon City, TX (12.1 mi.)
Sparks, TX (12.6 mi.)
Socorro Mission Number 1 Colonia, TX (14.0 mi.)
Socorro, TX (15.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.cattlemanssteakhouse.com/

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  1. Deborah Gonzalez  |  

    I’ve lived in Fort Worth almost 4yrs and never been took Cattleman’s Steakhouse. Me, my son Christian, my Fiance, 2 of my cousins and my cousin’s gf all decided to go eat there on Sunday April 3,2015. We had only seen the things we saw on Ghosts Adventures, or Ghosts Asylum but never had we witnessed seeing doors swinging open by themselves, figure apparitions or objects pushed across the room like we did that day. My cousin’s gf saw two young girls that told her they were scaring people. After awhile I asked the hostess about the young girls and after describing to her what they were wearing, she replied by saying no one like that worked there. I did a little bit of recording with my phone’s voice recorder, came home played it back at a slow speed only to find unexplainable voices of different people. We are total belivers now..

  2. I lived in El Paso back in the 80s and right before I moved in 92 I had an odd experience here. My best friend and I had used the women’s restroom during one visit. I didn’t know she had already left and I was alone in the stall. I assumed she was still in there with me as I heard the water turn on. As I exited the stall I noticed the facet running. No one was in the bathroom. I looked under all the stalls. Nor did any one exit as the door was heavy and made an obvious closing noise when you left. I was totally perplexed. My best friend said she didn’t know anything about the facet and left right before me. At the time, we hadn’t heard anything about the place being haunted and I wrote it off as simply me not paying close attention to the rest room occupants though in retrospect, who turns on the water and leaves?

  3. While eating in the restaurant, I sent my husband to the patio with my phone to catch a picture of the sunset. We later looked at the pictures and saw a green aura in a chair. This is what prompted me to research hauntings at this ranch.

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