1st- One of my FAVORITE places ever....great pics(orbs, mist, ect) and lots of paranormal activity is...of course....The Alamo in San Antonio Tx.
Originally named Mission San Antonio de Valero, the Alamo served as home to missionaries and their Indian converts for nearly seventy years. Construction began on the present site in 1724. In 1793, Spanish officials secularized San Antonio's five missions and distributed their lands to remaining Indian residents. A small band of Texans held out for thirteen days against the Centralist army of General Antonio López de Santa Anna. Although the Alamo finally fell in the early morning hours of March 6, 1836.
As with any battle ground, there are lots of spirits that remain behind...for so many different reasons. Some because they died so tragically that they don't even realize they are dead, some because they knew this place as home and don't want to leave, some because maybe they feel they have "unfinished" business...such as the battle itself....maybe they are still "battling". Who knows? The one thing I can tell you is that there is no shortage of ghosts around the Alamo, you need MORE than just one night to see and do all there is to do. Reports of soldiers, canons, cries, guns and many more sounds are found here. And Pics.....Some of my most interesting and favorite photos are from the Alamo.
So, pack up the EMF meters, K-2's and your camera and head to San Antonio for the weekend.
|The Alamo, 2009-Nice orb|
|One of my FAVORITE all time photos!|
A solider standing in front of the Alamo.
We could not see him at the time, but the
girl to the right was actually there.
The Menger is located adjacent to the Alamo and first opened in 1859, just 23 years after the battle at the Alamo, by owner William Menger and architect John Fries.
|Courtyard at the Menger Hotel|
|Inside the Menger|
|Orb in courtyard|
|A face I believe is Guston Borlum|
Anyway, hope this helps a little with your paper. And thanks for writing me and letting me know you were doing the paper on me and ghosts! :)