Haunted New Braunfels: A True Wild West Ghost Town

Haunted New Braunfels: A True Wild West Ghost Town

by Erin O. Wallace

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Overview


Visitors claim to hear the clinking of tinsmith tools and the ring of an unattended antique cash register at all hours at Kickin' K, which formerly housed Henne's Hardware and tinsmith shop. In Landa Park, passersby have reported hearing phantom footsteps follow behind them in the evening. Strange and spooky stories like these abound in New Braunfels. From the city's rough-and-tumble beginnings to its vibrant present, haunted tales can be found all over town. Author Erin O. Wallace delves into the ghost stories and histories of New Braunfels and tries to find the source of the paranormal phenomena.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781609498924
Publisher: History Press, The
Publication date: 04/09/2013
Series: Haunted America
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author


Erin Wallace is a genealogical columnist and freelance writer born and raised in San Antonio. She is a fifth-generation Texan and coordinator for Texas Paranormal Events, historical researcher for Gravel Productions, guest coordinator for the Paranormal Mayhem Zone (PMZ) Radio Show and professional genealogical researcher.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 9

Preface 11

Introduction: The Prince with a Dream 17

1 Ducky's Swimwear / The Nowotny Buckhorn Saloon 29

2 Brauntex Theatre and the Crying Woman 37

3 Kickin' K and the Tinsmith Ghost 45

4 The Voelcker Murder and the Comaltown Ghost 51

5 Phoenix Saloon and the Sippel Suicide 57

6 New Braunfels Brewing Company and the Beer-Devoted Ghost 67

7 Faust Street Bridge and the Ghost of the Drowning Cowboy 71

8 Dry Comal Creek and Old Squire Moeschen's Gruesome Murder 77

9 The New Braunfels Coffee Shop and the Von Coll Murder 81

10 Liberty Bistro and the Old City Hall Building Haunt 85

11 Landa Park and the Ghosts of Meriwether's Slaves 89

12 New Braunfels' Most Uncommon Doctor 93

13 Myron's Steakhouse / Ma's Café 97

14 Comal County Courthouse and the Ghost Employee 101

15 Author's Conclusion 105

Bibliography 109

About the Author 111

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