Haunted Places in Orange, Texas



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    Big Woods Cemetery

    Vinton, Louisiana

    18.4 miles from Orange, TX

    Shadows and electrical interference are the two big ticket items to look for when visiting Big Woods cemetery.


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    Ghost Lady of West 7th St

    Port Arthur, Texas

    19.7 miles from Orange, TX

    It is said that one night, a woman was decapitated here as she was trying to cross the train's path while it was stopped. Folks say her ghost can be seen walking down the tracks.


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    Forest Lawn - Kissing Statue

    Beaumont, Texas

    21.7 miles from Orange, TX

    Legend has it that at night at this cemetery, two statues awaken and kiss. So the story goes, if you shine car bright headlights on the man and woman statues from the driveway that runs behind them, they will come to life, turn around, and kiss. Another point of note ...


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    Lamar University - Sigma Phi Epsilon

    Beaumont, Texas

    21.8 miles from Orange, TX

    Local tales say this house, purchased by the university in the 1980s, was once a dream house built by a farmer. After the farmer passed, it fell into disrepute as a brothel. Now a frat house, a ghost named Chester is said to reside here, making himself known by knocking, ...


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    Holiday Inn

    Beaumont, Texas

    23.6 miles from Orange, TX

    Security Cameras picked up a creepy shadow on the wall of the 2nd floor. There are no windows down this hall, and the camera was only activated by motion. Ghost hunters came to check this out and what they found was astonishing. The hotel is currently closed, ...


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    Calcasieu Courthouse

    Lake Charles, Louisiana

    32.3 miles from Orange, TX

    Calcasieu Courthouse is said to be haunted by Toni Jo McQuiston (born Annie Beatrice McQuiston), a murderess and the only female to die in Louisiana’s electric chair. Toni was a beauty but a tough girl, into drugs and prostitution. But after she fell in love with Claude Henry (nicknamed Cowboy)at ...


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    Light of Saratoga - Bragg Road Ghost Lights

    Saratoga, Texas

    51.8 miles from Orange, TX

    The Ghost Light is known to appear and disappear at night without a known cause. Some attribute the phenomena to swamp gas; others say it is the spirit of a railroad worker who was decapitated in a train accident and is searching for his head. The light is said to ...


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    Chambersea

    Anahuac, Texas

    61 miles from Orange, TX

    The 1845 plantation-style mansion was formerly owned by surveyor general Thomas Jefferson Chambers, who was shot dead through a ground floor window in 1863. Local folk say that a shadow has been seen pacing the downstairs room where he was assassinated, and screams have been heard coming from the ...


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    The Historic Ott Hotel

    Liberty, Texas

    63.5 miles from Orange, TX

    This 1928 historic hotel is said to be haunted by several spirits. Two are thought to be Anna and Joshua, a couple who were killed under mysterious circumstances while Anna was having an affair in the hotel in 1930. Oddly enough, they were said to have been killed by the ...


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    Elizabeth Town Hall

    Elizabeth, Louisiana

    77.3 miles from Orange, TX

    Probably the only thing to beware at this town hall are the very sketchy rumors of it being haunted. Very little anecdotal evidence exists to support the claims, but we'll include it for the sake of completeness.


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    Cork Grinders Wine and Coffee Bar

    Baytown, Texas

    77.9 miles from Orange, TX

    I own a wine, craft beer and coffee bar in the historic district of Baytown, Texas. Our building is very eclectic and was built in the late 1920's. It was originally a theater (The Texan Theater). My staff and I sense a paranormal presence on a regular basis. Recently we ...


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    Point Bolivar Lighthouse

    Bolivar Peninsula, Texas

    79.6 miles from Orange, TX

    According to legend, the keepers son killed his family now he haunts the grounds trying to find his dead parents. this 116 foot black lighthouse was built in 1872 but is no longer in use. (Submitted by Nathaniel)


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    Rice Theatre

    Crowley, Louisiana

    81.9 miles from Orange, TX

    At this 1920 theater, reportedly once used as a car dealership and a recording studio, a freight elevator is said to run on its own. Also, shadows and disembodied voices have been reported.


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    Bishop's Palace

    Galveston, Texas

    83.2 miles from Orange, TX

    The Bishop's Palace was finished in 1893, and was survived the Great Hurricane of 1900. Rumour has it the protective former owner, Walter Gresham, still haunts the place, and has been known to appear during freak weather events. Witnesses say his spirit appears agitated, pacing back and forth across ...


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    The Victorian Inn

    Galveston, Texas

    83.2 miles from Orange, TX

    The third floor Zachary Suite - in king bedroom an unseen woman hums a happy tune. In the living room, a man whistling and being touched on the shoulder has been reported. In the queen room someone reports being touched on the back from shoulder to shoulder. On the ...


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    Miller Cemetery - Headless Cemetery

    Eunice, Louisiana

    83.4 miles from Orange, TX

    The ghost of a headless man is often seen and people claim that if you drive there at night, you'll experience car trouble.


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    Eunice Public Library

    Eunice, Louisiana

    83.5 miles from Orange, TX

    Eunice Public Library is believed to have a ghost who locks doors, turns on lights, and hides books by local children's author Mary Alice Fontenot.


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    Ashton Villa

    Galveston, Texas

    83.8 miles from Orange, TX

    Miss Bettie, daughter of the historic Ashton Villa's first owner James Moreau Brown, is rumored to have haunted the house since its 1975 restoration. Her apparition has been seen in a long turquoise dress on the second-floor landing. Her pianist sister may be here too, some say, because the piano ...


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    Hotel Galvez

    Galveston, Texas

    83.8 miles from Orange, TX

    Said to be the oldest hotel on the island, Hotel Galvez has a haunted room 505. Reports say that very few people actually stay all night in that room, because there is an eerie presence that makes them feel uncomfortable. The mysterious scent of gardenias is said to be a ...


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    1895 Moody Mansion

    Galveston, Texas

    84 miles from Orange, TX

    This 1895 mansion is open to the public for tours. Visitors have reported disembodied footsteps and apparitions which have shown up in photographs. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Van Alstyne House

    Galveston, Texas

    84.2 miles from Orange, TX

    The 1891 'Gingerbread House' housed an antiques store for many years, until the owners left due to the overwhelming paranormal activity. Reports ranged from tables being flipped over by unseen hands to a foreign voice that told a visitor that he would die if he didn't leave right away. (Submitted ...


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    Michael B. Menard House

    Galveston, Texas

    84.6 miles from Orange, TX

    The 1838 historic mansion is the oldest house in town, and may be one of the most haunted. A former owner would hold séances in the house until his death, and supposedly encountered a number of spirits from a bygone era. However, most of the ghosts haunting this place ...


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    Midnite Slice

    Seabrook, Texas

    85.4 miles from Orange, TX

    Midnite Slice is housed in the original Seabrook Post Office. Reports include doors opening and closing by themselves and a broken oven timer ringing. Alarms going off by themselves. A woman visited Midnite Slice claiming her the ghost of her mother was at the location and she stopped by to visit. While ...


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    Charlene Richard - St. Edwards Church Cemetery

    Church Point, Louisiana

    87.9 miles from Orange, TX

    More than 10,000 people a year visit the grave of "Saint" Charlene Richard for spiritual healing. Although she is not truly a saint, at a young age she expressed interest in becoming one. Her mother told her that she could pray for the world's sinners, and when Charlene was diagnosed ...


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    First Line Apartments

    Pasadena, Texas

    91.4 miles from Orange, TX

    The apparition of a woman in white haunts the apartment complex. She has been seen pacing the hallways and walking in and out of rooms in owners suites. She has also been seen by motorists staring down into the street late at night. Residents have reported hearing strange noises and ...


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    Diboll House

    Diboll, Texas

    97.4 miles from Orange, TX

    This small residential property is believed to be haunted. It was apparently a former sector of a nursing home, before conversion to a one story house. Former resident reported being attacked by an aggressive entity, and of seeing a shadowy apparition running through the hallways at night. (Submitted by Callum Swift)


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    Grady Hill

    Many, Louisiana

    102.3 miles from Orange, TX

    One of the numerous La Llorona or "weeping woman" haunting claims.


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    Loyd Hall Plantation

    Cheneyville, Louisiana

    104.8 miles from Orange, TX

    Like any plantation in the south, Loyd hall has had its share of tragedy and death. The main stories are of the original owner who was hanged as a traitor during the Civil War, a Union soldier shot to death in an upstairs attic (the bloodstains are still visible) and ...


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    Magnolia Plantation

    Cloutierville, Louisiana

    111.2 miles from Orange, TX

    The 1830 Magnolia Plantation has a main plantation house, slaves' quarters, store, blacksmith shop and slave hospital. The site, built by Ambrose Lecomte II and his wife Julia Buard, is now owned by the National Park Service and is believed to be haunted by mistreated slaves. Reports say that the ...


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    Alexandria Zoological Park

    Alexandria, Louisiana

    112.2 miles from Orange, TX

    Featured on TV's Ghost Hunters, the zoo is said to be haunted by the spirit of deceased director Les Whitt, who passed away in 2008. He is said to play pranks and practical jokes from beyond the grave, just as he loved to do in life.


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    Finnegan's Wake Pub

    Alexandria, Louisiana

    113.9 miles from Orange, TX

    This friendly Louisiana pub seems to boast its own not-so-friendly ghost. As featured on "Ghost Hunters" in 2011, the owners claim to have had glasses thrown violently across the bar by unseen hands, and an in-house violinist swears that his instrument was "strangely altered" after being left unguarded in ...


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    Diamond Grill

    Alexandria, Louisiana

    113.9 miles from Orange, TX

    This award-winning restaurant was featured in an episode of "Ghost Hunters" in 2011, during which time a door was videotaped moving on its own, black masses were spotted, and EVPs were captured. The hosts of the show believed this evidence pointed to an intelligent haunting. The building itself dates back ...


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    Bentley Hotel

    Alexandria, Louisiana

    113.9 miles from Orange, TX

    Reports say the Bentley Hotel was set to reopen in 2013. It was rumored to be haunted by several ghosts: a young girl who fell to her death down an elevator shaft, a man who fell over the grand staircase railing in 1985, some ghosts who peered over the mezzanine ...


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    Central Louisiana State Hospital

    Pineville, Louisiana

    114.9 miles from Orange, TX

    Reportedly haunted by former patients who died there, it is reported to be extremely active. Almost three thousand patients of this former hospital for the mentally ill are buried on its grounds. Numerous claims of ghost activity.


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    Historical Jail

    Colfax, Louisiana

    115.8 miles from Orange, TX

    We are a local Paranormal Research Team filming and investigating places for the brand-new TV series, called True Ghost Stories. Upon our scouting and places to film and investigate for the show, we ran across the well known and documented place in Colfax Louisiana called " The Colfax Riot Of ...


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    Big Creek Cemetery

    Pollock, Louisiana

    126.2 miles from Orange, TX

    This cemetery is said to be very active by local paranormal groups who claim to have captured numerous photographic anomalies and EVPs here.


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