Located at 405 Main St, Spring, Houston, Old Town Spring offers fun filled yet spine chilling ghost tours around Old Town Spring. It was voted most popular tour in Texas, 2019 and 2020.
The town is full of unique shopping and dining experiences fit for the whole family. But as soon as the sun sets, frightening things begin to happen. Store owners close up shops and get out of town as quickly as possible, not to return until the bright light of day.
The Spring area was first occupied by a tribe known as Orcoquisac Indians who depended on fishing and hunting. In the early 1800′s settlers began to make their way to the area increasing the trade and growth of the area. In 1840 there were 153 residents, mostly of German ancestry. Early settlers were attracted to the area because the soil was rich and the land cheap.
In 1901, Spring became a crossroad for two intersecting railroad lines and added a roundhouse and 14 track yards. Several businesses began locating in Spring including an opera house, hospital, lumber mill, bank, hotels and saloons. Business flourished until 1923 when the railroad relocated their base of operations to Houston. This move ended many business in the area. But in the 70′s and 80′s, the town emerged with the steady economic growth.
Today, filled with popular festivals and events such as the Texas Crawfish & Music Festival, fascinating facts, interesting history, and incredible ghost stories, Old Town Spring is on top of the list to tourists in Texas.
About The Ghost Tours
The Ghost tours are perfect for everyone. Daytime tours are family friendly. But, If you are brave enough, you can book a tour that happens during the night. You can check the tours here, here and book online.
On the tours, you will hear stories of cursed buildings, haunted dolls, unexplained fires, unsolved murders, strange disappearances, and much more. Also expect unexplainable noises, streetlights that flicker for no apparent reason, and the “someone’s-there” chills that walk up your spine. Interested about ghosts caught on camera? Click here.
Bring your camera, wear something comfortable and you are good to go! Please, tell us about your experience afterwards.