Ghost hunters will love some of these places to possibly capture a little paranormal action. The Grove in Jefferson, Texas, which is only an hour's drive from Texarkana, is included in this list of the "Top 10 Most Haunted Places In Texas."

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Honestly, I'm not sure how the folks in the video below came up with this top 10 list and whether #1 is more scarier than #10. The British electronic voice is irritating as well, not because it's British, it's just very poorly done and hard to follow. At times it fades in and out and the pronunciations of the Texas names are not good. But it's a start.

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  1. Baker Hotel – Mineral Wells, Texas: A very famous hotel in its day frequented by very famous people of the time. Closed in 1970 and reportedly has at least two very active spirits.
  2. Presidio La Bahia – Goliad, Texas: Famous Texas independence battles took place here and many say they can still hear the screams and battle cries of those who never left. Some reports of apparitions as well.
  3. La Carafe – Houston, Texas: Quite possibly the oldest bar in Houston, it has reported sightings of a large dark man on the second floor and something being dragged across the floor regularly.
  4. Spaghetti Warehouse – Houston, Texas: Now a famous restaurant, this location was at one time a huge pharmaceutical warehouse whose owner was said to have died in a tragic accident. A lady in white is said to be seen looking for something or someone.
  5. Littlefield House - Austin, Texas: An historic house on the campus of the University of Texas. It's said to be haunted by the original lady of the house Alice Littlefield.
  6. White Sanitarium - Wichita Falls, Texas: Opened its door in 1926 and operated by Frank S. White. As with many abandoned asylums, the stories are numerous and sometimes horrific.
  7. The Grove - Jefferson, Texas: Long thought to be one of the most haunted places in Texas with a rich ghostly history dating back into the 19th Century.
  8. Bragg Road Ghost Lights – Saratoga, Texas: Located just north of Saratoga on FM 787. Look for the sign that says "Ghost Road Drive Scenic Park," it's an 8 mile drive down a dirt road through the Big Thicket of East Texas, think you're ready for that? Look for those lights.
  9. Victoria's Black Swan Inn - San Antonio, Texas: A historic battle for Texas independence took place on these lovely grounds and some say the fighting has never really stopped.
  10. Stewart Mansion - Galveston, Texas: This home along with many others in the area predate the Great hurricane of 1900 that took almost 8000 lives on the island.

Remember: Always get permission before entering/investigating any private property, be safe, work in numbers, not alone.