Haunted Places in Dallas

Most Haunted Places in Dallas

A little spooky, but could be fun?

Haunted Dallas Locations

As Hallows’ Eve approaches, we thought it would be fitting to go on a creepy little tour to visit the most haunted places in Dallas. Grab your best friend and go on a ghost hunt that’s sure to give you goosebumps!

The Adolphus Hotel

If you find yourself on the 19th floor, you may want to keep your eyes and ears open for the jilted bride.  After being left at the alter by her one true love, you may hear the bride, who can be seen in her 1930s -era wedding gown, crying or hear her playing a music box. There are multiple accounts of other ghosts in this famous haunted hotel, but the others are much more friendly and mischievous who just enjoy a good prank!

White Rock Lake – Flag Pole Hill

Adjacent to Flag Pole Hill near White Rock Lake lives the infamous haunted road, Blackbird Lane. There are rumors of hitmen and suicides in this area. Today, you may find yourself being taunted by apparitions throwing themselves at your car or throwing rocks at you after dark. One of these famous apparitions is “Lady of the Lake,” a hitchhiker in vintage formal wear who disappears before you reach Gaston Avenue, her requested destination. If you’re driving in this area after dark, beware of picking up hitchikers!

Do you dare explore any of these most haunted places in Dallas? Let us know in the comments below! Also, did you know our building has been around for over 100 years? You never know what else may be around…

Sons of Hermann Hall

This Deep Ellum concert and swing-dancing venue has more than just concertgoers in the building. More than music, patrons know this historical landmark as a prime place for experiencing tons of paranormal activity. Photos moving to different places on the wall, slamming doors, falling paining, phantom footsteps… the list goes on!

La Quinta Hotel & Suites (Formerly Hotel Lawrence)

This haunted hotel, built in 1925, has a reputation of being one of the most haunted venues in Texas. It draws paranormal fans from all over the country. Furthermore, legend says that room 1009, one of the deadliest in history, has at least two people murdered in the same room at different times. Jack “Smiley” Jackson, apparently now a ghost, playfully holds the door shut until you politely ask him to move. Another gentleman, Mr. Brookshire was found with his throat cut. Other regular ghost guests include a woman who reportedly fell to her death and a congressman who took his own life… both of which also took place on the tenth floor. Book a room here only if you dare!