Why Terrell Terrell has an incredible haunted history. With buildings built in the late 1800s and early 1900s, it is a fascinating place to explore. Even life-long residents are amazed at what we show them and tell them. Several things about the haunted town contribute to its extreme paranormal activity.
The buildings are old enough to hold residual energy in the organic structures.
It has an active railroad that constantly puts magnetic energy in the air, presumably a factor for ghosts to manifest
It has an intersecting lay line that meets in the “triangle” on Moore Avenue, where ghosts are seen as clearly as the living. They are seen outdoors and indoors.
It has been a booming business area for over a century. We believe many business owners still haunt these places.
The No 1 British Flying Training School brought in hundreds of young men who fell in love with the town and wrote home, stating they would come back after the war.
Slaves were abundant in Terrell; after they were freed, many came to find work. Soon after, they were arrested by governor sanction slave patrols. The tunnel system provided an escape for them. Here they hide in fear causing an underground space for painful residual energy. We have investigated much of Terrell’s business and residential locations and never encountered a place without a significant amount of activity.