Texas area code thread, meet with fellow /x/ philes and explore spooky locations
817 Fort Worth. Willing to drive up to 2hrs to location
No idea, I am new here, but I want to hear more! I heard that there is like a bridge where a shit load of bats live and they all fly out at night. Perhaps some of them could be vampires?
lived in austin in 2013, been to psych fest and going this year to see brian wilson
texas renaissance festival is what i really want to see
texas has such a deep history and connection to psychedelics
from the initial studies by lewin and parke davis on mescaline peyote in the late 1800s to UT's research in the 1960s as well as the 13 floor elevators (first psychedelic band in history, coined the term psychedelic rock) and the legendary international artists recording label of which the elevators belonged to along with other acts such as the red krayola and the lost and found (first band in history to be busted for lsd) and of course, the late great mycologist from san antonio dr steven h pollock
The whole fucking town is /x...I worked with a 40ish single mom with 2 kids and she would casually mention "dancing" with a group in the moonlight near the lake wearing only body paint. It's like Wicker Man(1973) is just under the surface of the place...
I'm smack in the middle of y'all in Mission.
Wouldn't have guessed others from the south would be on here.
Weird you would mention Lubbock. I'm a red raider. From my experience up there, most of my friends are alcoholics, but my viewpoint may be a bit biased; I am in a fraternity after all.
lots of 915 fags on /x/ you guys ever go to any spooky places? I went into a couple of old abandoned buildings in the historical district and found some neat shit.
Here's a shot in the dark.
Anyone from Norway, Bergen preferably, who want to do some urban exploring?
i'm 512 as well. There's a great number of graveyards and a few good places for urban exploration but only if you don't mind doing shit post midnight
Wow, 956 here as well. Wouldn't have expected as many on here. Anything spoopy going on? 32/m/McAllen, here.
Sketchy as fuck. I know exactly what's going on. Someone is going to look down in the canal, and this guy will be waiting to buttfuck them by force.
The pearl is their dick. The oyster is your ass.
I worked as a security guard here, it's in Santa Teresa, I know, but lots of guards quit working here after the plant shut down because they heard weird shit during their patrols. Right behind it is an abandoned adobe house that's considered a historical landmark, and further back about a quarter of a mile is an abandoned adobe church.
>5701 McNutt Rd, Santa Teresa, NM 88008
Email me next year and I'll get you comp tickets. Camping is on you to cover though. Why? Because I can, I guess. And this is the first time I've seen anyone on 4chan reference TRF.
McAllen here. I work for some of the hospitals down here. Edinburg children's hospital has some ghostly activities going on as well as the supply warehouse. Also famous Haunted celebrity hotel.
There's a massacre sight innawoods that has a 20ft pyramid statue south of Bullard.
In Athens, there are supposed tunnels under the entire city where most entrances are cemented(supposed rituals were held). That's all I know of.
210 here lets hunt some fucking lechusa's
361 here in Rockport. I go to Victoria a lot, tho.
I've been to the Yorktown hospital, it wasn't shit.
Goliad's La Bahia isn't much better either, imo, tho it is locked up at night so... ZzZ
Anyway, if there's anywhere else you can think of, I'm down to drive anywhere desu.
My niggas. Is there even anything spoopy in the Houston area besides the even more exponential increase of fags, beaners, and Akbars in the last few years?
It's a state park now but supposedly there were a lot of civil war battles around the area, which is why it is so active. You've never heard of the bridge you stop at and ghosts knock on your window?
Yooo, tons of fellow Austinites here.
Who'd be down for a spooky /x/ meet up this coming weekend?
The abandoned stuff near the brewery got torn down last summer iirc. For haunted downtown, check out the Menger Hotel.
Lesser known spooks include the Guadalupe shrines in the wooded areas near Incarnate Word University and the small sun cult on the south side
361, Kingsville, here.
I've been around the town a bit, not much of interest.
Got in the old hospital a long time ago but after 20 minutes or so we could hear an alarm in the distance and decided to leave. The morgue was the creepiest place, but that's about it.
I heard it from a pastor who worked at St. Leonard's church on Zarzamora. The cult has been here since the late 70s and they mostly keep to themselves. He called them niños del sol, the "children of the sun".
Most of them live near the church - they used to meet in an open field near the highway, but that became an apartment complex. Now they probably meet further south where there are less people.
>Hey, I got a great idea.
>Let's meet some anonymous, rural people who like to drive two hours to drive to a fucking abandoned lot in the middle of the night
>We'll be safe because open carry
You guys are the only scary things in the shadows this evening.
Nice. Here in Brownsville we have the two battlefields that are supposedly haunted. At palo alto its been said that ghost horses can be heard and Resaca de la Palma flashes of light as if a rifle were being fired can be seen. We've also got the old city cemetery that's supposedly haunted too, but I've never seen or heard anything. the university is said to be haunted as it used to be a fort. Burns elementary and the surrounding neighborhood are known to be haunted, and many years ago bones were found while construction was taking place in that area. Oh and don't believe the story that people say about Camp Lulusams. A camp counselor/land owner did not go crazy and kill a troop of Girl Scouts there. That place isn't haunted
Lol people on /x/ will try summoner spells, believe in ayy lmaos, ghosts, spooks, and zombies but not a girl on the internet.
There are no girls on the internet. Also, Im in north Dallas. Has anyone else visited the Smiley grave?