This beautiful scenic spot in Texas hill country is said to be haunted by a Native American cattle herder named Drago, a fatally injured miner’s widow, and the spirit of a wolf. Other spirits seen here include Confederate soldiers, Spanish monks, and an apparition that appears on the hoods of cars as they drive along Purgatory Road.
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- State Highway 32
Texas Hill Country
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- 29.931798676621742, -98.1714826222742
- Comal County, Texas
- Nearest Towns:
- Wimberley, TX (6.3 mi.)
Canyon Lake, TX (6.7 mi.)
Woodcreek, TX (7.6 mi.)
San Marcos, TX (14.2 mi.)
Driftwood, TX (15.7 mi.)
New Braunfels, TX (16.1 mi.)
Redwood, TX (17.7 mi.)
Mountain City, TX (18.5 mi.)
Kyle, TX (18.5 mi.)
Dripping Springs, TX (18.6 mi.)
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