Searching for a REAL Haunted House in Dallas?
No matter where you live in Dallas-Fort Worth, you're never far from an interesting story. The old, iconic buildings of our cities have had a front-row seat for many local legends in action over the years. When a full moon fills the sky and the fall air settles in over Texas, the time is just right to explore the spooky side of DFW real estate and history. The hallowed halls of DFW's historic buildings are said to be home to all manner of ghosts and wayward spirits, just waiting for anyone brave enough to find them.
Our offices at RE/MAX DFW Associates aren't haunted, but we know quite a few haunted places for you to explore in Dallas-Fort Worth.
A Ghostly Good Time: The Most Haunted Places in Dallas-Fort Worth
- Chestnut Square – 315 South Chestnut St. McKinney, TX – Located in the city of McKinney, today Chestnut Square is a popular place for weddings, special events, and outdoor fun. But on a cool fall evening, when the small of campfires and the sound of rustling leaves fill the air, the legends say that sometimes you can still see the ghosts of McKinney's past, roaming through Chestnut Square. Get to know McKinney's legends on a first-name basis, after you look at McKinney, TX homes for sale.
- Majestic Theatre – 1925 Elm Street Dallas, TX – The Majestic Theatre, rebuilt after the original building burned down in 1916, has seen some of the most popular performers in the world grace its storied stage. And it wouldn't have been possible without owner Karl Hoblitzelle, who is said to grace the halls with his ghostly presence, and even pull the occasional prank. The show must go on, after all. Enjoy a front-row seat to the next show at the Majestic, and shop Dallas, TX homes for sale.
- Miss Molly's Hotel – 109 West Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX – Miss Molly's Hotel has a long history in the city, dating back to the days of the Wild West. Some of the hotel's patrons had so much fun that they decided to hang around forever and legend has it that they haunt Miss Molly's halls to this day. You don't have to be a ghost to visit Fort Worth, TX homes for sale near Miss Molly's, and enjoy the best of DFW real estate.
- Fort Worth Zoo – 1989 Colonial Parkway Fort Worth, TX – No haunting here, but the Fort Worth Zoo is still a fantastic place to visit for family fun during the Halloween season. Each year's Boo at the Zoo event seems bigger than the last, with live entertainment, pumpkin contests, fun animal facts, and of course plenty of tasty treats for the whole family. This is a great city for families year-round, and it's easy to look at Fort Worth, TX homes for sale.
- Six Flags Over Texas – 2201 Road to Six Flags Arlington, TX – Six Flags may not have the same long history as the other entrants on our list, but it more than makes up for it with a spectacular show. If you've never been to Fright Fest, it's a must-see for anyone who likes a little scare with their amusement park action. Make Fright Fest a yearly tradition, and shop Arlington, TX homes for sale.
Exploring haunted places is fun, but we're guessing you don't want to go home to a house full of ghosts at the end of the day. Just contact RE/MAX DFW Associates to buy and sell homes in Dallas-Fort Worth, or to see our ghost-free DFW real estate listings.