For the most part, people in Texas are brave and strong. But that doesn’t mean that we all don’t have the one thing that makes us a little nervous. For my wife it’s spiders, she cannot stand them. For me it’s snakes, I don’t want them slithering around me at all. But for some people it’s not about an insect, it’s more about a place that can make them feel unsafe or a bit scared. Let’s discuss some of the scariest places located in Texas.  

Everyone is going to have different things that make them scared, but when you hear about multiple people having the same uneasy feelings in the same location you start to wonder if something is going on there. Or if there are rumors or stories about places that continue to get passed on, these can lead to people fearing certain places.  

Visit One of the Scary Places in Texas 

There is only one location listed below that I have visited myself and while I am not one who believes in places being haunted, I was excited to visit so see if I got any of those weird feelings as I was in the building. It was fun to walk around The Driskill Hotel and see all the old decor, but I can’t say I ever felt scared or like the building was haunted. 

Let’s Look at the Scary Places in Texas 

Here is a look at what Travel Texas claims as the scariest sights in the state of Texas. If you visit any or all these locations, be careful.  

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