Interview by Monster Con TV

Featured in Cowboys & Indians Magazine

This is incredible evidence captured by the team STRANGE TOWN with Billy Driver and Mark Morrow. This was in the original 1840 log cabin built by the Texas Ranger, James Campbell. He was brutally massacred by Comanches but is believed to still reside at the Magnolia Hotel. The video was taken during one of the hotel's Public Paranormal Investigations. 


Guided Ghosts Tour Tickets

Coming Soon!

The Secrets of the Magnolia Hotel

"A Quest for Justice"


Erin O Wallace-Ghedi

Here are the details of our ONE DAY Only Free OPEN HOUSE on October 28 from 10:00 am-3:00 pm! You do NOT need reservations or tickets of any sort because it's FREE. It is a first in line, first serve so come early. We are expecting a large number of visitors so there is no guarantee everyone will be able to enter. Please understand this is NOT an actual guided Ghost Tour or History Tour, this is an escorted walk-through of the hotel so that you may view the progress of our restoration efforts. We will be taking groups of 20 in at a time as you are escorted by a chaperone through the bottom floor and top floor of the hotel. The original 1844 adobe portion of the hotel will NOT be accessible because it is now our private residence, but we will have the door open so you may see the location of where Texas Ranger Captain Hays married Susan Calvert. Once the bottom floor tour group goes upstairs we will bring in the next tour group on the bottom. The Indian Raid Shelter is closed due to restoration in progress. Pictures are most definitely allowed, maybe you'll capture one of our ghosts! Children are allowed ONLY if they are accompanied and supervised by an adult. No backpacks, bags, pets, smoking or vaping allowed so please keep that in mind before getting to the entrance. Our gift shop will be open for purchase of T-shirts, antiques and our books Haunted New Braunfels and Haunted Seguin. I will be available to sign your book if you so desire but you must pre-purchase your book before entering the tour. Hope that helps clarify the event better! See you then!

 Tickets are $25 per person with a maximum limit of 20 people. No one under 10 are allowed and then must be accompanied by an adult. Sorry, no pets. Tours are from 7:00 pm-9:30 pm. Check in begins at 6:45 pm. Second floor is not handicap accessible, stair climbing is required. Picture taking is encouraged but absolutely NO video and/or audio recording permitted. Cell phones need to be set on mute for the entire tour. We encourage bringing along K2 EMF Meters but no noise making equipment. No alcoholic beverages or smoking are allowed. We do recommend bringing a bottle of water along and wearing comfortable shoes. Tours are conducted rain or shine. Warning, this tour is not for the faint of heart. Our spirits have been known to come forward along the tour so be prepared.  

Sorry, there are no refunds, credits or rescheduling.  

Featured on PBS' 

"Strange Town"


Mark Morrow and Billy Driver

Please Read Details on

FREE Open House

October 28, 10:00 am-3:00 pm!

We do not offer overnight accommodations at this time but are hoping to in the very near future!

Featured Texas Highways Magazine

Seen on

"Nick Groff's Tour"


​The books that started it all!

Magnolia Hotel has been featured on

Travel Channel's 

"Ghost Adventures" & "AFTERSHOCKS"


Featured in True West Magazine


Magnolia Hotel Hours:

Closed Sun-Friday

Open Saturday 7:00pm-9:30pm (for Ghost Tours only)

LAST available Guided Ghost Tour for


Sorry, but we do NOT offer the use of 

our Magnolia Hotel 

for personal paranormal investigations at this time. BUT, we do offer Public Investigations hosted

by the Strange Town Team

a couple of times a year.


Seen on Destination America's

"Ghost Brothers"

Featured on WOAI
"San Antonio Living" 
with host 
Shelly Miles


Discover how a young traveling spirit named Emma led the author on an unbelievable journey to unveil her hidden secret.

Purchase your copy of both books by author, Erin O Wallace today.

Newspaper articles about Emma's murder.

Copyright Haunted Magnolia Hotel 2017

In Loving Memory of

Emma Voelcker


The Haunted Magnolia Hotel