San Antonio – Bexar – The train tracks – In the 20’s a bus full of kids was struck by a train on the southwest side of town. I have been there, it is real if you put your car there in neutral something pushes your car over the tracks. Sometimes if you look you can see small hand prints people believe this to be the small children who died in that accident.
San Antonio – Devils bridge – It is so dark in there that you shine your high beams you will only be able to see few feet ahead. Also if you find a big rock throw it into the bridge; do not be surprised if you do not here the rock land.
San Antonio – The Emily Morgan Hotel – Floor nine is a very active floor. Having been unaware that the building housed wounded soldiers during the battle of the Alamo, we stayed there on floor nine in room 902. We were the only ones on the floor yet doors opened and closed all night long. At one point he toilet seat slammed itself up and down about ten times while we were in the adjacent room. A bottle of wine slid off of the counter by itself as did the coffee pot the next morning and the elevator would not take us to the floor we wanted. Once we did get moving the doors would open and shut about ten times before standing still long enough to let us out. Management had responded to earlier complaints of the same but the motor was fine.
San Antonio – old Mental Hospital – an abandoned mental hospital on South Alamo Street. It has been said that if you go inside there, you can hear people screaming and moaning. Doors will slam shut and creek open. If you do go there, be careful to not get caught because trespassers will be arrested.