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Ghost Tour Meeting Location: Tours meet at the Ferris Plaza and Park Fountain at 400 S Houston St (This is near the La Quinta Inn & Suites)

Tour Duration: 1 hr to 90 min across a 1-mile route

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Ghost tours are held nightly throughout the year, and are rain or shine!

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Dallas Terrors Boos and Booze Haunted Pub Crawl

Take this Dallas Spirits and haunted pub crawl tour and add some fun into your work week! This quick but fun tour will take you to four stops for up to two hours.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 1303 Main Street, Dallas TX

Tour TimeTour Times: 6:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

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Dallas Terrors Ghost Tour

Join Dallas Terrors for a ghost tour of Dallas that offers a truly remorseless and unflinching look deep into the abyss of D-town’s nightmarish past.

Meeting LocationTour Meeting Location: 400 S Houston St, Dallas, TX 75202

Tour TimeTour Times: 8:00 PM

Tour LengthTour Length: 1 Hour

Tour WeatherGhost tours are held nightly, rain or shine!

Visit the Most Haunted Places in Dallas

With a history of boom and bust, of unfettered greed and human excess, Dallas is a ripe hunting ground for ghosts of all kinds. But Dallas is not just one thing; all of life and death is here for you to experience. Dallas Terrors takes you right to the spots you’ve only seen o TV with guides that bring their haunting stories to life.

You’ll hear all of the grisly details that shaped downtown Dallas and made it a hot spot for otherworldly enthusiasts, and you never know who – or what – you just might see.


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Grassy Knoll

Most famously known as the location of the assassination of John F. Kennedy in 1963, the Grassy Knoll is an infamous and eerie location. The spot’s history is palpable, with a distinct white ‘X’ marking exactly where the President’s assassination occurred. Medical examiners pronounces John F. Kennedy dead just thirty minutes after the shooting, solidifying the location’s legacy forever.


Sixth Floor Museum

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza also relates to the infamous assassination of John F. Kennedy. Within the museum on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building, you can stand at the very spot where Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed the President. A mixture of historical photographs and artifacts helps to bring this chilling spot to life.


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John Neely Cabin

Among the bustling streets of metropolitan Dallas sits a lone log cabin. It stands out from its surroundings enormously, and you would be forgiven for wondering why in the world it’s here. Originally built by John Neely Bryan I the early 1840s, the cabin has been sealed for decades but still enjoys frequent visitors. It’s in Dealey Plaza, not far from JFK’s memorial, where murderous events have stained the grounds for over 150 years.



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What to Expect on Your Dallas Ghost Tour

Join us tonight to unearth Dallas’s dark and dusty ghosts and assure yourself of a frighteningly good time! For one sinister hour, hear terrifying stories and explore the barbaric history of the Big D. From the hard life of the cowboys that still roam the streets, ten-gallon hats and all, to the Dallas Crime Family that knows who buried the bodies. They all remain in the sordid streets and are waiting for you.

From the day John Neely Bryan, his dog, and a Cherokee he called Ned drove a stake into the ground at a fork in the Trinity River, Dallas has been growing. In its wake are the trampled lives of countless souls who have added their names to the long list of ghost is this town. Experience the history of Dallas through the shocking otherworldly activity that persists throughout the Big D.

Journey into the black heart of Dallas’ past as Dallas Terrors introduces you to historical markers and sites that each harbor their own cruel truth. You’ll hear about the origins of Bonnie and Clyde, the Dallas eyeball killer, the Goat Man who lives under a bridge, and the ghosts of the lost and lonely that wander the streets of Dallas.



Discover the Horrors That Haunt Dallas


Learn all about Quanah Parker, a Comanche warrior chief whose ghost has been seen at the historic stockyard.

Visit the second-largest tourist attraction in Texas, Dealey Plaza, which harbors the sins of the past and has been cursed ever since.

Discover the ghosts of country musicians, oilmen, and those that haunt some of the universities in the DFW area.

Check out the impressive Adolphus Hotel where guests report seeing the ghost of a young bride on the 19th floor.

Take a walk past Trinity River, which took countless lives through muddy floods that carried people away to their deaths.


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Why You Should Book Your Dallas Ghost Tour Tonight!


Dallas also has the biggest and best sports teams; the Cowboys – ‘America’s Team’ – are legendary for their five Super Bowl wins. With 42 Universities in town, college sports are wildly popular in Dallas, Aggies hate Longhorns and Red Raiders, and Longhorns hate Sooners more than Raiders or Aggies. And if that needs explaining, you have your first question to ask a local; get ready for a long answer.


The streets of Dallas are where Big D’s turbulent and spectacular history can be seen and experienced. Among the skyscrapers of Downtown, you can see the modern history of Dallas, but the early history hides in places unknown to most visitors. Your local, knowledgeable guides will expose Dallas’s history through the vivid stories of those who were a part of that history.

People like William Brown Miller, an early pioneer and successful rancher in Dallas. He arrived here with his family and servants as Dallas was just beginning and lived in a log cabin while he built the Millermore mansion. He grew rich and powerful in Dallas, and his name has persisted for four generations; somewhere, running around Dallas, is William Brown Miller IV. The Dallas County Heritage Society raised the money to transport the impressive house, ghosts an’ all from its original location to the Dallas Heritage Village, in a former park, cut off from Downtown by one of the many freeways in Dallas. The house has several reported ghosts, including one female apparition that has been seen by the main bedroom. The Dallas Heritage Village is a living museum to the early pioneer times of Dallas.


If you live in the DFW Metroplex, taking a break to get to know your city is an easy way to change things up. Stay in one of the many high-rise hotels that circle the historic downtown district, leave the car at home and see things from a different perspective.

Taking a ghost tour one evening will not only be fun, entertaining, and a little bit spooky, but you will be able to give your own top-notch tour of your city the next time you have out of town visitors. The stories you will hear on Dallas Terrors are not only an excellent guide to the history of the city, but they are incredibly memorable. You will have been to the exact spots where Dallas’s haunted past happened; because our brains remember things better that way.

Dallas Terrors guarantee to tell you something you didn’t know about your hometown. The people, history, and hauntings that you won’t discover by just living here. You need to do the in-depth research and exploration that goes into a tour like Dallas Terrors. Tours depart every night.


With over a dozen freeways circling the area, 69,000 parking spaces, and a drive-thru for everything, the car is king in Dallas. But you miss a lot by driving. You might miss the vibrant art on the hidden alleyways of Deep Ellum or the giant eyeball sculpture in the middle of a park built over one of the Freeways that used to cut Downtown off from Uptown. You miss so much trapped inside your glass and steel box. Cut loose and walk around a bit to truly get a feel for the streets of Dallas.

Let Dallas Terrors be your guide to the haunted hotspots of this fantastic city. The tour is around a mile and takes just over an hour at a nice relaxed pace. You’ll see some hidden secrets of the charming side of Dallas that you only get to see on foot. The city’s soul will be brought to life by your passionate guide with 8 or 12 stories from the dark side of Dallas and its haunted past.


Dallas Terrors ghost tours are spooky, entertaining, and fun, the perfect highlight of an evening in town. If you or your group are looking for that ideal Dallas activity to amuse, entertain, inform and frighten, then Dallas Terrors can arrange the perfect evening for you.

From taking out standard tour with a guide focused just on you and your group to a custom tour built around your needs, we can offer you a thrilling tour precisely suited to your requirements. We have had some delighted groups come through before; see the many favorable reviews to get a flavor of what will be in store for you on a group tour with Dallas Terrors. Take the guesswork out of a good night out! Getting started is easy; we do all the heavy lifting. Read more on our group tours page.


Not everyone believes in ghosts, and that’s OK. We are not here to try and change your mind. We lay out some of the most compelling evidence we’ve found for the unexplainable phenomena of our energy persisting across time. And if that evidence happens to be entertaining, informative, and a little bit thrilling, then all the more reasons to open your mind to the possibility of ghosts.

It’s difficult for most people to make the leap to accepting that we don’t know what the explanation might be for these things that are clearly…something. Ask your guide for some ideas about the answers, but we won’t try to convince you of anything.

Even if you remain unconvinced, we can guarantee that you will end your tour at the same spot you started; you will be entertained and know a lot more about the beautiful city of Dallas.


Our tours don’t have anyone who will jump out in costume and scare you, nor are there special effects or fake blood. The grim and ghostly history of Dallas told by your expert guides will be gripping and scary, but not too scary! We don’t want anyone, not even younger guests, to lose sleep over the stories they will hear.

The historical stories on the Dallas Terrors walking tour are pulled straight from the history books. The accounts of hauntings and unexplained events are from verified accounts by the people who witnessed them. The scary part happens in your mind, according to your point of view. No one will be needlessly terrified, and your guide will tell stories suitable for the whole group.

We regularly welcome young guests to Dallas Terrors, and older guests too! Everyone enjoys the tour, as our many positive reviews attest. Besides 8 or 12 entertaining and spooky stories, you will hear about Dallas’s history first-hand, in the very places where it happened.

Learn about some of those spooky places that you will see on tour from our blog!