Ghost Adventures: Texas Horror Hotel Pictures
Welcome to the Magnolia Hotel
Are you ready for a ghost hunt? The Ghost Adventures crew stands across the street from the Magnolia Hotel.
Outside the Magnolia Hotel
In the late 1800s, the Magnolia Hotel was a 2-bedroom stagecoach stop.
Inside the Abandoned Magnolia Hotel
Later turned into apartments and then abandoned in the 1900s, the Magnolia Hotel has long been a place for squatters and prostitution.
In 1874, when William Faust was staying at the Magnolia Hotel, he left his room to go kill his wife with an ax. Instead, he murdered a young girl named Emma. His wife survived but was blinded in the attack.
William Faust's Hotel Stay
The former room of William Faust and the center of much of the hotel’s paranormal activity. Seven people have claimed to have been attacked by Faust in this room.
Aaron and Jay film Zak at the haunted railroad crossing that’s known as Ghost Tracks — where locals have reported that ghost children push cars uphill and over the railroad tracks.
Signs of Magnolia's Past
Vintage photographs inside the Magnolia Hotel, which has had at least 14 owners during its 150 years in operation.
Filming at Magnolia Hotel
Aaron and Jay capture footage from outside the Magnolia Hotel.
Zak Bagans at Magnolia Hotel
Zak sets up the lighting inside the Magnolia Hotel.