Stage Stop Ranch

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Guests and people driving by have reported seeing a shadowy figure hanging from a tree near the front of the ranch, as well as a wagon that drives past by itself late at night.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

1100 Mail Route Road
Fischer, TX
United States

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29.95472579999999, -98.20819740000002
Comal County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
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San Marcos, TX (16.7 mi.)
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New Braunfels, TX (18.1 mi.)
Mountain City, TX (20.0 mi.)
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  1. I had heard about the shadow figures up the tree. I was told they were tracked down Comanche that were shot out of the tree. Never heard of the wagon before. I addressed in a video on YouTube called: Haunted Trip 2B – BLANCO, TEXAS – The Devil’s Backbone – True Ghost Story & Locations

    A person on Facebook that lived on Mail Route Road said she saw the shadow figures there and in one other location.

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