Why The Alamo Is Haunted

Last Updated on June 2, 2020 by

There is a place in San Antonio, Texas known by everyone as a symbol of man’s desire for freedom. One of the world’s most recognized buildings. The Alamo. But there is another side of the Alamo not so well known. The Alamo is possessed by ghosts.

To understand why the Alamo is haunted one needs to know a little of Texas history. Texas, in 1836, was in a struggle for independence from the dictatorial iron hand of Santa Anna, the president of Mexico.

Santa Anna was determined to squelch the struggle by a policy of death, with no quarter, to the rebels whom he referred to as pirates. Santa Anna had already stopped all immigrants from the United States from entering Texas.