If you're visiting Fort Worth, chances are you'll be interested in learning about the city's haunted sites. We've put together a list of the most haunted places in Forth Worth.
However, nothing will replace a great ghost tour. So while we hope you enjoy our pages about the most haunted sites in Fort Worth, we also hope you'll join us for a ghost tour in Fort Worth - so we can show you these locations and tell you even more ghost stories about them!
Good Golly, Miss Molly, where'd you get those ghosts? As Fort Worth's oldest bed and breakfast, this former brothel is one of the city's most haunted hotels.Learn more about the ghosts of Miss Molly's Hotel
Step into a time when cattle and cotton were currency at the Stockyards Hotel in Fort Worth. Billed
The Old West at its Best, the long list of famous guests who have spent the night here is impressive.
Long considered one of the top zoos in the South, the Fort Worth Zoo is known for its large collection of exotic animals. But after more than 100 years in business, the zoo has also collected a poltergeist or two.Learn more about the ghosts of the Fort Worth Zoo
Wedding bells are often ringing at Thistle Hill, also known as the Wharton-Scott House in Fort Worth. The impressive Cattle Baron-era mansion is one of the most popular places in the city to get hitched.Learn more about the ghosts of the Wharton Scott House
This Fort Worth landmark on the shores of Lake Worth was originally named after a famous Scottish castle. Especially in its present dilapidated state, it certainly looks the part of a haunted house...do the spirits agree?Learn more about the ghosts of Castle of Heron Bay
An award-winning steakhouse is bound to have a high profile. The Double Eagle Steakhouse just so happens to have a harrowing, haunted high profile.Learn more about the ghosts of the Double Eagle Steakhouse
It’s a building that will stop you in your tracks in downtown Fort Worth. The architectural work of art sparks your eyes to dance from feature to feature in awe of the antiqued detail.Learn more about the ghosts of the Land Title Building
Built in 1966 by the Scott Foundation, this 468-seat theatre is crawling with poltergeists. Are one of these spirits the foundation’s founder?Learn more about the ghosts of the Scott Theatre
Also called the Chisholm Trail Building, this 3-story building is said by many to be harboring spirits from years past.
Is the Jett Building really haunted?Learn more about the ghosts of the Jett Building