Today Humble has many secrets. We seek to discover them, and bring them out for history to take on a new era and light. Tour Humble for an exciting look into the town's past. See locations such as the first Hospital, School, and County Jail. See where the founder himself, Pleasant Humble, started his business.
Follow our Tour Guide, as she shares the local legends, hauntings, and stories from the local townfolk. A grandfather who long passed, was still calling his grandson to Humble. A young girl who haunts an upstairs bedroom. The "Purple" Lady. Grave Robbers. A hospital where people have seen a nurse walking in the windows, and injured people in the back yard. A clinic that stands still as if time stopped in the 1930s. And much more. Humble was the heart of the Oil Boom of East Texas. Along with several lumber mills, Humble became a perfect place for migrants looking for work, and families seeking a new home. So why are there less people there today, than during the oil boom?
Don't let the people watching you from their windows, porches, and driveways spook you... They are real. The town seems to always be watching.
Something you can do before or after your tour: Eat in the haunted Humble Cafe before the tour. After the tour, have something to drink at the Twin Oaks Tavern, inside the old Courthouse and Jail.