There is a lot to do and see in San Antonio, Texas. Whether you are hanging out on the Riverwalk, learning about the history of Texas at the Alamo, taking in a Spurs game, or eating some really good Mexican food, it is easy to see why San Antonio is one of the top tourist destinations in Texas.

But did you know it's also home to some haunted sites? And one haunted location stands out above the others.

San Antonio is home to a handful of hotels that are considered haunted according to GhostCityTours. Haunted hotels in San Antonio include The Crockett Hotel, The Grey Moss Inn, the St. Anthony, Wyndham Riverwalk, the Menger Hotel and the Drury Riverwalk. But it's the Emily Morgan Hotel that takes the top spot in Texas' most haunted hotel.

Texas' Most Haunted Hotel, The Emily Morgan Hotel

The Emily Morgan Hotel did not become a hotel until 1984, but the building has a long history. Built in 1924, the Emily Morgan was originally used as a Medical Arts Building that housed doctors offices and a hospital. In 1976, the building was converted into office space, but was then transformed into the hotel it is today in 1984. According to the hotel's website, it is believed that at one time a section of the building was devoted to caring for those with psychological issues.

The Emily Morgan also stands on the site where Mexican and Texan forces fought each other at The Alamo.

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In 2015, USA Today named the Emily Morgan Hotel, the third most haunted hotel in the world. And yes, you can book a stay. And you might even be able to request a floor. According to GhostCityTours, the hotel's 14th floor and 12th Floor are the most haunted.

The twelfth floor is no less haunted than the fourteenth, and was once the operating level for the Medical Arts Building.

It is on this floor that guests have visibly witnessed their bathroom doors opening and shutting on their own accord. In the dead of night, guests are roused from their slumber only to hearing the trickling of water leaking, the quiet drip-drip-drip that can ultimately drive even the sanest person to insanity. Feet hitting the floor as they right themselves up in bed, guests find themselves pulled to the bathroom only to find that the faucets have since been cranked open, the water freely flowing like a fountain. But then they cross the threshold into the bathroom, and everything returns to normal. The water clams up like a rubber stopper has been put in, and nothing appears out of the ordinary.

Even though everything is out of the ordinary.

Others have seen lights flashing in their rooms. And yet others have reported seeing actual apparitions of nurses in the hallways as they push rickety gurneys down the corridor. Then, as if the ghostly image was never there in the first place, the scene dissipates into thin air as if it never was.

So if you are up for an adventure, maybe in more ways than one, and want to say you stayed at a great hotel that is also haunted, one of the most haunted in the world, why not check out the Emily Morgan Hotel? The most haunted in Texas.

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