The Alamodome

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Legend says that the ghoulish figure of a woman haunts the parking lot. In addition a worker who was killed during the construction of the Alamodome is also said to haunt the halls.

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100 Montana St
San Antonio, TX 78205
United States

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29.4171855, -98.4787437
Bexar County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
San Antonio, TX (1.0 mi.)
Olmos Park, TX (4.3 mi.)
Terrell Hills, TX (4.3 mi.)
Alamo Heights, TX (4.7 mi.)
Kirby, TX (6.4 mi.)
Balcones Heights, TX (6.6 mi.)
Castle Hills, TX (7.7 mi.)
China Grove, TX (8.1 mi.)
Lackland Air Force Base, TX (8.6 mi.)
Windcrest, TX (9.0 mi.)


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  1. Nope. Not haunted. Just stories to increase tourism and game attendance.
    As believable as UFO’s…..ha, ha, ha. Preposterous nonsense.

  2. I have been here several times for events and walked through the parking lot to head downtown to other events,haven’t seen anything haunting about it as of yet.


    i’m the ghoulish figure haunting the alamodome in san antonio after the way we the taxpayers got sold a bill of goods to building the thing by our then mayor henry cisneros. we got screwed and taken to the cleaners by henry, to let alamo iron works off the hook. they paid henry allot of money, and were let out without any liability for the ecological disaster they created on that property. henry snookered san antonians real good on that one. got us good on that one henry. and the spurs helped on that one too. they loved it to play basketball in until their old home, hemisfair arena was quickly leveled. they got what they wanted. a new home, taxpayer funded. ever get tired of taking it in the shorts san antonio for big business and corrupt politicians? i sure did. i moved out of bexar county.

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