Our most popular ghost tour. Visit the 6th most haunted Old West Town in the U.S. on this spooky tour of Old Town Spring.
- General Admission SATURDAYS
Take a walk through history where we delve into the facts of recorded crimes beginning with Spring’s origins as a Native American settlement turned Railroad town. Like the Vegas of Texas at one time, the 20’s and 30’s brought a plethora of ne’er-do-wells to the area. Though Spring is a safe and beautiful city today, it has had its fair share of shady individuals and crimes committed through the years. We have collected stories and facts starting from the foundation of the town, dusted for prints of crimes along the way. Perfect for the True Crime fanatics, this tour is an in depth look at the debauchery, crimes, and dangers throughout Spring’s history.
History and Mystery
Old Town Spring is known for its haunted history, but did you know that there were crimes committed by some of the most famous robbers in American History? Throughout Old Town Spring’s rich history are some amazing stories of dastardly crimes and infamous criminals who left their marks on the town. We will guide you through this beautiful town and showcase the stories through history that reflect the misdeeds of its former inhabitants.
Another Side of Spring
From recent arson, unsolved murders, corrupt law enforcement, bootlegging, stalking, prostitution, to rumors of a child serial killer’s devilish crimes, this 1.5 hour tour will have you checking over your shoulder at every turn. The True Crime Mystery tour is a historical and entertaining look into the most up-to-date crimes and mysteries that have happened in Spring.
True Crime Tour is PG-13, which means children under the age of 13 are not recommended, but are allowed with adult supervision. PARENTS STRONGLY CAUTIONED – These are tales of dark crimes.
You will hear many of the same historical stories as you will on the Ghost Tour, but we will not discuss the haunted or paranormal stories on this tour.
311 Main St
Spring, Texas 77373
in front of Creations Market and Workshop
- A Camera (Cell phones work with or without flash)
- Bug Repellent
- An Umbrella if the forecast calls for a chance of rain
- Comfortable closed toe shoes
- Dress for the weather
- This tour is wheelchair accessible
- Pathway types: Concrete steps, streets, sidewalks, and cobblestone
- Some local wildlife
- Local traffic in the area
- Train nearby
- We will be outside the entire time