Spaghetti Warehouse

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Supposedly rife with spirited activity. The haunting tales usually center around an elevator shaft where one or more people plunged to their deaths.

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    901 Commerce St
    Houston, TX 77002
    United States

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    29.764378, -95.36006989999998
    Harris County, Texas
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    1. Been there. I’ve ate there. Great food. 2nd floor was clean and orderly. We went up there and looked around. Never felt weird, cold spots, etc. I think people are silly and everyone loves a good ghost story. It’s good clean fun, but not haunted. Sorry folks

    2. I have visited here last week. The food was great and the second story was beautiful. I took some videos and after reviewing them some orbs can be seen flying around.Also a chair that had been pushed in as I saw in the video I took had been turned around as I looked back

    3. I’ve been there with a friend to eat, and some of the staff upon questioning that the activity is usually dull during the day. It’s late at night that the hauntings usually take place

    4. I was on the 2nd floor taking pictures on my cousins messed up phone then In one particular picture of my sister behind a old ticket booth I caught some white mist right behind her

    5. On the second floor a bathroom in the corner is where the elevator was. A man always left promptly at 5:00 to get home to his wife who lived nearby. The elevator was out of order and he fell to his death. His wife felt him come in the door, heard him hang his coat on the halltree and when he did not come to greet her she noticed a commotion down at the plant. I believe it was a wholesale produce company at the time. It was a crowd and she ran to see that it was her husband. If you go after dark just take random pictures and you will definitely have something. Look closely. The last time I went there is an image of a woman in a bonnet in the mirror of the old halltree upstairs. I am referring to upstairs only.

    6. My wife and I go to Houston on business from time to time. We went to this restaurant and I asked the waiter if the stories are true regarding the ghosts. He said that he once served an man who appeared to be in his late 50’s. The man ordered some food,when the waiter brought the food to him, the man said nothing and proceeded to eat. When the waiter came back with the bill, the man was gone, the food was still there,chair was pushed back in place. The waiter said he told his manager what had happened. The manager told him that this same man was a customer that used to always eat there and sit at that same table. He died sometime ago after being hit by a car as he crossed the street. He has been seen from time to time. My wife and I sat at the same table hoping he would join us, but no dice.

    7. My son and I went to have lunch here in August 2015 after moving from California. I was literally pulled to come here before I found out it was haunted, which is normal for me as I am a known psychic. I didn’t feel anything until I got to the top of the stairs and felt spirit of a woman who died there from falling down. She was standing at the top of the stairs with her hands on her hips glaring at me. She let me know that wasn’t happy seeing people coming up the stairs as she was very protective and was worried about other’s safety, particularly children. If you go upstairs, say a prayer for her and reassure her that you’re being careful.

    8. I felt tingling and severe heartpain when I got to the top of the stairs. If anyone feels fear or negative energy in this area it’s from this dear spirit. She really wants people to be careful walking up and down the stairs and sort of guards the entrance to the second floor.

    9. My mom and I were eating here about 17 yrs ago and went to the bathroom. While we were both in the stalls we heard someone walk in, go into a stall and shut the door. When mom and I came out of our stalls there was nobody there. Nobody else had walked in or out while we were in the bathroom. Needless to say we scurried out in a hurry and left lol!

    10. Sadly, cause of hurricane my family’s favorite restaurant (spaghetti warehouse) is now shut down, maybe some ghost hunters will buy it? But I have been to spaghetti warehouse alot, and of course I heard about the ghost stories, but I have never seen anything scary, I have also gone to the second floor multiple times with nothing paranormal happening.

    11. We ate here every year with about 40 students after attending a show at the Alley. We were often seated on the 2nd floor. I was waiting for the last few ladies to finish in the upstairs restroom. One emerged and began to walk away from me and the exit. I said her name, and she whirled suddenly, “Oh, I thought you were over there.” She whirled back around, then looked back at me. “Someone was standing there. That was weird.” She had a confused look on her face. We headed to the bus.

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