Did you know that San Antonio is home to these 3 haunted places?

SA Live is sharing these fun facts to celebrate SA300

SAN ANTONIO – Get ready San Antonio!

We're gearing up to celebrate all things San Antonio for it's big 300th birthday in 2018. 

Did you know that San Antonio is home to three of the top 13 most haunted places in Texas?

According to Thrillest.com, these are the three San Antonio sites are the most haunted places in Texas.

#1 The Alamo

A lot of patriots died defending the mission during the battle of the Alamo on February 23, 1836, to March 6, 1836.

Ghost sightings have been reported in the gift shop and around the grounds.

It is said that the angry spirits from the battle still haunt the premises to this day.

#2 The Menger Hotel

The Menger has been around since 1859 and was built just a couple of decades after the battle of the Alamo.

The hotel was built on the haunted Alamo grounds and is said to still be host to some ghostly guests.

Some rooms are said to inhabit spirits who have never checked out.

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#3 Woman Hollering Creek (two tales)

This Haunted portion of San Antonio’s Waterways is home to two different tales. 

First tale

La Llorona, the weeping woman who drowned her children and cries for them at night.

Want to know a little secret?

This tale is very popular among San Antonio residents.

Second tale

A settler family who was murdered while the wife cried for help.

Both tales call this waterway home and are sure to give you a fright if you visit at night.

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