San Antonio, TX is home to one of the most haunted places the world, Alamo Come explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
Known as the most haunted place in San Antonio, The Alamo was one of the most epic battles fought in the history of Texas and the United States. The most deadly and famous, undoubtedly, is the Battle of the Alamo of 1836. From these deadly battles, a paranormal hub has been created. In fact, legends declare that when the Alamo was taken back from the Mexican troops after the slaughter of the Americans in 1836, many of the soldiers were the ghosts of the deceased. Documentation from the local newspaper, the San Antonio Express News, published between 1894 and 1897, a series of articles which highlighted the almost-freakish paranormal phenomenon occurring at the Alamo. The reports described the ghostly guards which marched up along the roof of the police station; the dark figures roaming the corridors at night; and the distinct sounds of moaning that awoke the staff and the prisoners from their slumber. The activity was so intense and so frequent, that assigned guards would refuse to patrol the night shift. Today, visitors routinely report sightings of the ghosts of Texians who defended the fortification. The soldiers can be seen coming through the roof and the walls of the Alamo. This property has been featured on an episode of Haunted History.