A 90 minute haunted, historical guided walking ghost tour throughout downtown New Braunfels - NB Ghost Tours
New Braunfels Ghost Tours
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New Braunfels is a town rich in history with some spooky and colorful tales.
Join us for a spine tingling, exciting and historic 90-minute ghost walk through downtown New Braunfels. You will learn about ghosts, haunts and murderous pasts.
- 90-minute ghost walk
Tours begin at 8 PM unless otherwise noted.
Private tours for groups of 10 or more available at a discounted price. Contact the tour operator for more information.
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I ain’t afraid of no ghost: must-do new braunfels ghost tours.
Calling all history buffs with a flair for the paranormal: New Braunfels has a tour of its sometimes-checkered past and definitely haunted downtown area and this is the perfect time of the year to do it. New Braunfels Ghost Tours is a 90-minute walking tour of downtown New Braunfels. During the tour, you’ll learn about the fascinating history of this town; a town whose written history dates back to 1845 but was inhabited by Native Americans prior to that – and quite possibly still is.
Teacher by Day, Ghost-Enthusiast by Night
New Braunfels Ghost Tours were started almost four years ago by an elementary teacher, Anita Carrera, as a way to earn a little extra money during the summer. Well, Carrera’s informative and highly entertaining tours of downtown New Braunfels were such a hit with tourists and locals alike, that the company has expanded to include weekend tours throughout the year. As Carrera says, the tours are good for downtown businesses, because (contrary to popular belief) the rumor of your business being haunted isn’t always a bad thing – publicity is publicity – and anything that gets people interested in your business is good.
New Braunfels’ Spirits Have Many Stories to Tell
As Carrera’s tours have grown in popularity, so have the ghost tales that she tells. When the business first started, Carrera was relying heavily on written history and hearsay about which places in downtown New Braunfels were haunted. But, as word spread about what she was doing, more people came out of the woodwork (so-to-speak!) to tell their own, personal tales of encounters with the spirits in the very places where Carrera was guiding her patrons. From bartenders at local saloons who regularly witness unattended beer bottles go sliding across the bar, to bakery owners who hear children’s laughter in the wee hours of the morning, most of the buildings in downtown New Braunfels have a story to tell.
I’m Here for the Boos
Once a month, Carrera and her “ghost host,” fellow elementary teacher, Kathryn Chapman, host a Haunted Pub Crawl . During the pub crawl, you’ll visit five haunted bars in downtown New Braunfels and perhaps have a drink with a spirit or two. The pub crawls have proven to be extraordinarily successful for Carrera. As opposed to the 90-minute walking tour, the pub crawl lasts three hours and it’s very common for visitors of the pub crawl to witness something mysterious on these tours.
We won’t spoil the fun and tell you all of the tales of ghostly apparitions, jilted brides, and angry district clerks who still visit many of the buildings in downtown New Braunfels – you’ve got to take the tour yourself to hear those stories. But one thing is for certain: A town with as much history as New Braunfels is bound to have some stories to tell…some from the grave. To learn more about New Braunfels Ghost Tours, visit their website or follow them on Facebook .
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90 minute haunted, historical ghost walk of downtown NB Tours take off at 8:00 pm We meet in front of Naegelin’s Bakery Some of our stops: Prince Solms Inn, Courthouse, Faust Hotel, Brauntex, Phoenix Saloon and Old City Hall We also have Haunted Pub Crawls once a month Private tours and private haunted pub crawls are available Join us if you dare.
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Experience New Braunfels in a whole new way! From a historic self-guided walking tour, spooky ghost tour, the Hill Country Craft Beer Trail, and guided bus tours, there's a tour to fit anyone's idea of fun.
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Leave your keys and worries behind! The Night Moves shuttle is available for safe, convenient rides to Gruene and Downtown New Braunfels. After you've had a great time, the shuttle will take you back to your hotel.
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Haunted New Braunfels: The Faceless Ghost of Faust Hotel
During the 1920s, the New Braunfels community decided their town was in need of a luxurious hotel .
Local businessman Walter Faust took charge over the project and the hotel was opened in October of 1929, just two weeks before the stock market crash.
Despite the financial strain of the Great Depression, the hotel remained open.
New Braunfels’ Most Historic Hotel
Updated 2/11/2020 – Over the next several decades, the hotel grew worn, and much of its original furniture had been removed due to disrepair.
But in 2009, Powerohm Properties decided to purchase the hotel and return it to its former glory.
Renovations quickly began, but it’s believed it isn’t just dust that was dug up.
After the renovation, many guests began to experience paranormal activity at the Faust Hotel.
Many have said that water mysteriously goes on and off in their hotel rooms during their stay.
A few have even claimed to have seen a full bodied apparition in one of the hotel’s hallways.
But Lisa experienced something far more intense during her stay a couple years ago.
“A girlfriend of mine had just moved to New Braunfels a few months prior, and I decided to pay her a surprise visit,” she told us.
“My plan was to check into a hotel the first night and show up at her work the following morning with a huge breakfast spread.
I remember her taking a picture of a very pretty hotel when she first moved to Texas, and after I arrived in town I realized it was the Faust Hotel.
So I decided to splurge a little and stay there during my mini-vacation ,” Lisa smiled.
From Bad to Worse
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“I checked into my room during the late afternoon and I decided to take a nap.
While I slept I had a strange dream where I saw myself walking in the hotel through the eyes of someone behind me .
I looked down at my foreign body and I saw that my feet—or rather, the stranger’s feet—weren’t touching the ground while she walked.
“Nevertheless she followed my body with such an intensity, it really creeped me out.
I woke up and told myself it was nothing, just a weird dream .
But things quickly escalated when I returned to my room after dinner,” Lisa whispered.
“I decided to take a bath, and as I leaned over the tub to check the temperature of the water, I realized my reflection was…strange.
Sure, I was expecting it to be a little blurry and distorted, but I couldn’t see any of my features.
“My face just looked like a fleshy void.
I told myself the surface of the water and the soap I had added was just making it look that way, and I proceeded to take my bath.
But when I got out of the tub and went to brush my teeth…
“The only thing I saw in the mirror was skin—no eyes, nose, mouth…it was the most terrifying thing I had ever seen.
“I quickly threw on my clothes and decided to confront the manager of the hotel.
Maybe it was some sick joke or something,” Lisa shrugged, not looking convinced.
“But when I went out into the hallway, I saw this ghostly apparition standing at the other end of the hall.
She was just standing there, but I knew deep in my gut I had been inside HER body during my dream.
I turned to go to the office down the other end of the hallway, but she was there also, just standing there, watching me.
“I screamed and screamed until a hotel staff member came and found me.
I packed up my bags and I left New Braunfels that night, without even seeing my friend.”
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Once a 1920s electric cotton gin and now a Tex-Mex restaurant, Adobe Verde is the home of Frank, a ghost who likes to play pranks. According to local legend, Frank was a groundskeeper and a victim of unrequited love--he hanged himself from the rafters, and his spirit never left the ...
Texas Lutheran University
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Woman Hollering Creek
This creek was most probably named after the La Llorona myth. La Larona (the Weeping Woman) is the hispanic boogey-woman. She appears everywhere and the story is always the same: a woman drowns her child in a river/lake/ocean/pond/drainage ditch/bathtub and then spends all eternity wailing for her ...
Canyon lake, texas.
This beautiful scenic spot in Texas hill country is said to be haunted by a Native American cattle herder named Drago, a fatally injured miner's widow, and the spirit of a wolf. Other spirits seen here include Confederate soldiers, Spanish monks, and an apparition that appears on the hoods of ...
Thompson Island Bridge
San marcos, texas.
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Comanche Lookout Park
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Stage Stop Ranch
Guests and people driving by have reported seeing a shadowy figure hanging from a tree near the front of the ranch, as well as a wagon that drives past by itself late at night. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Spanish Main Apartments
Numerous sightings of a little boy in period clothing roaming the apartment complex. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Victoria's Black Swan Inn
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McNay Art Museum
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North Star Mall
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Alamo Quarry Theatre
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Brackenridge Villa Mansion - Fernridge
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St. Anthony Hotel
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Camberley Gunter Hotel
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Marriott Plaza San Antonio
Allegedly haunted by the ghost of a woman who lived on the property prior to it being a hotel.
Haunted by the former owner and a former employee. The malevolent activity is (of course) attributed to the female employee while the former owner is apparently benign and just prone to appearing in the storage area.
Alamo Street Theater - San Antone Cafe
Allegedly haunted by a ghost in white that some believe is the spirit of a former actor named Margaret. As of 2013 the building is closed and listed for sale.
Christus Santa Rosa Hospital
Allegedly haunted by a headless nun.
Buda Antique Mall
The antiques mall is rumoured to be haunted by four spirits, including a ghostly cat and a female presence that is attached to an armoire located at the rear of the store. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Our Lady of the Lake University
Long dead nuns continue to roam the campus as well as the mischievous ghost that alums have taken to calling Jack. Jack is blamed for every prank and missing item in the dorms (which probably tickles live pranksters to no end).
Mission San José
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It is said that the darkness inside is so dense that headlights can't penetrate it for more than a few feet. It is also said that someone or something will catch rocks thrown inside; the thrower will not hear the rock land.
Although this place boasts a number of ghostly activities -screaming, moaning, doors opening and closing of their own volition -this property is owned by the county and you are just as likely to encounter a police officer arresting you for trespassing than a ghost. There have been numerous prosecutions for ...
El Camaroncito - The Player's Club
The Devil likes to dance! Who wouldn't really, but there is a widely spread and widely-believed story that the Devil himself actually paid a visit to the El Camaroncito dance hall back in the day. The story goes thus: A handsome man entered the bar and immediately enchanted a ...
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The Huebner-Onion House
Leon valley, texas.
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Country Spirit - La Mansion
La Mansion Mexican restaurant, formerly El Chaparral and before that, Country Spirit, is said to be haunted by three ghosts named David, Augustine and Fred. David is the spirit of a teen who, according to local lore, drowned in the upstairs bathroom's claw-foot tub and he still haunts that room. ...
The 1908 antique store is haunted by a young boy in old-fashioned clothing. Running footsteps and ghostly laughter have also been reported here. (Submitted by Callum Swift)
Dienger Building - Boerne Public Library
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Ye Kendall Inn
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The Airbnb runs $346 a night and is located just outside of Gruene. The rental sleeps up to eight people and includes two bedrooms, each with a King-sized mattress. Dolly Parton quotes and imagery are located throughout the cottage, which is covered in pink decor.
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The cottage totals roughly 1,200 square feet and has great reviews online. One customer called it the "cutest little cottage in Texas," and another called the Dolly theme perfection.
The cottage includes a pool, porch, fire pit, a bathtub and more.