Terrell Castle - Lambermont

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Haunted by the former owner who committed suicide there. In addition there are apparently ghostly children who play on the stairs.

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950 East Grayson Street
San Antonio, TX 78208
United States

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29.442746, -98.46847689999998
Bexar County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
San Antonio, TX (2.0 mi.)
Terrell Hills, TX (2.5 mi.)
Olmos Park, TX (2.7 mi.)
Alamo Heights, TX (2.9 mi.)
Kirby, TX (5.2 mi.)
Balcones Heights, TX (5.9 mi.)
Castle Hills, TX (6.3 mi.)
Windcrest, TX (7.3 mi.)
China Grove, TX (8.1 mi.)
Leon Valley, TX (9.7 mi.)


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  1. I visited this location and had an experience there.

    The summer after graduating high school, my friends and I took a road trip to stay in a couple haunted places. I was super interested in ghosts but didn’t have any personal experiences that couldn’t easily be explained away logically. Our first stop on this trip was Terrell Castle Inn (as it was known at that time).

    After exploring every unlocked room in the place, we’d gone out for the evening and come back fairly late. While it seemed the other guests were asleep, we went downstairs to play around and take photos, hoping to catch a ghost with all of our new digital cameras. We were having a good time, giggling and scaring ourselves when we heard the doorknob turn. We all stopped and turned to the door, a little nervous about being caught by someone coming in late. Not that we were doing anything wrong, but we really didn’t want to explain we were looking for ghosts.

    We watched and heard the doorknob jiggle and turn, but no one ever came in. We got a little spooked, thinking that maybe someone was trying to get in who shouldn’t. We were grateful, at that point, that the door was locked. We didn’t stay downstairs much longer after that, and went up to bed.

    After a restless night without a single ghost, we got up in the morning to go to Sea World. When we left the B&B that morning we went through the front door and all stopped short. The wooden door was protected by a glass door that creaked loudly when we opened it and slammed shut. We hadn’t heard the glass door at all the night before, when we watched the front door knob turn back and forth.

    With a few shared glances, we said nothing and continued on our day to Sea World. We were all so freaked out that we never talked about it after that day.

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