SAN ANTONIO – Ever wonder why haunted houses are so tall? It’s because they have hundreds of horror stories.
Ok, that was bad, but the good news is there are plenty of haunted houses around San Antonio to celebrate the return of the spooky season.
So what’s open?
There’s a similar activity if you’re in for a drive and want to get more hands-on - Zombie Safari hunt in Dallas puts you in a response vehicle armed with a paintball gun.
And if you’re reading this article wishing you could visit a place haunted with real ghosts - that’s where the Magnolia Hotel in Seguin comes in. (You can rent this place out on Airbnb by the way.)
The 169-year-old historic Magnolia Hotel is thought to be haunted. Owners Jim and Erin Ghedi have been working to restore the hotel to its former glory for several years and it has been featured on national cable and local TV shows like “The Daytripper,” “Texas Expedition,” “Ghost Adventures,” “Nick Groff Tour,” “Ghost Brothers,” “Paranormal Caught on Camera,” “PBS Strange Town” and others.