A Paranormal Research Center in the Shadow of the Famous Haunted Baker Hotel, in Mineral Wells Texas.
Haunted Hill House the most famous Haunted House in Mineral Wells
The House has direct ties to the Baker Hotel and was a Brothel supplying working girls and bootleg for the Baker at one point. Several Deaths in the house happened during this time.The house is reported to be inhabited by 9 spirits. We have intelligent haunting, residual haunting and visitations from the Baker Hotel. Perhaps the most unusual and most dominate is that of a little boy spirit that inhabits the upstairs area.The little boy that haunts the house was a mongoloid born to one of the working girls. He lived there until he was around 6. One of the owners reportedly fell in a well out back and died. He is reported to be one of the permanent guests.
Many people become nauseous, some get a headache and ill upon entering the grounds. Some are visited by a malevolent spirit the next day after visiting the house. Since investigations have started, all the groups doing investigations have agreed, the house is haunted. We have class "A" EVP's, pictures, videos, ORBS, K2 sessions with intelligent conversations. Groups have had balls moved by the little boy spirit. Two have had things thrown at them, two people have been scratched and one bitten.
We were going to renovate the house to live in but the levels of paranormal activity are such we could not. We were convinced to turn it into a Paranormal Research Center. This will allow Paranormal groups to research and practice their skills in a confirmed haunted house. The house is now open weekends all year round for Paranormal Research groups to conduct investigations. Individual groups can also spend the night. Do you want to experience spending the night in a real Mineral Wells haunted house? We are in the shadow of Texas's most haunted hotel the Baker, please contact us!!!
PLEASE NOTE...due to the level and type of paranormal activity we will not allow small children. We do not recommend pregnant women, anyone with serious medical conditions or anyone under the age of 15.