This week on The Texas Bucket List, we gear up for Halloween to bring you some extra spooky places to add to your list.
First up, we pop on over to Thurber, a ghost town that is all that’s left of a Texas brick manufacturing industry. Who were the people that were forced to leave this place? More importantly, what did they do with their deceased loved ones that they had to leave behind?
Looking for a place that adds a little paranormal to your dining experience? The Auntie Skinner’s Riverboat Club in Jefferson delivers you the chillingly delicious Dive Bar Burger. Just don’t get caught on the staircase after hours, because you might just come face-to-face with the resident ghost, George.
Get in the spirit of Halloween listening to some country-soul swamp-funk, “Devil’s Song,” performed by the band Shinyribs.
If you haven’t had enough of the eerie and unnatural we stop at the National Museum of Funeral History located in north Houston. As the only funeral history museum in the nation, this museum features exhibits on famous figures from presidents to Marilyn Monroe. We can guarantee you won’t be bored stiff when you come for a visit!