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NOVEMBER

JANUARY

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

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History of the Magnolia Hotel

Evidence Captured by Ripcrew Paranormal Team

Featured on
FOX7 
"Good Day Austin"
with host
Amanda Salinas

Featured in the October 2016 Issue Texas Highways Magazine

DECEMBER

MARCH 

Featured in
Seguin Daily News
by
Cindy Aguirre-Herrera

Featured on PBS' 

"Strange Town"

with

Mark Morrow and Billy Driver

FEBRUARY

Tickets are $25 per person with a limit of 20 people only. No one under 14 are allowed and must be accompanied by an adult. Sorry, no pets. Tours are from 7:30 pm-9:30 pm. Check in begins at 7:00pm. 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 just in case. Sorry no refunds if you leave before the tour is finished out of fear. 

Discover how a young traveling spirit led the author on an unbelievable journey to unveil her hidden secret. Purchase your signed copy of both books by author, Erin O Wallace today.

Featured on the "Russell Rush Show"

Seen on "Ghost Adventures" & "AFTERSHOCKS"

Seen on "When Ghost Attack"

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Featured on “Texas Most Endangered Places” 2012 list by Texas Preservation and destine for demolition, the Magnolia Hotel has now been rescued. Built in 1840 by Texas Rangers, the Magnolia Hotel became Seguin's first stagecoach station and frontier hotel. The Indian Raid Shelter located under the building was once the town's original jail. In 1850 the two story, 10 room addition was added becoming the finest hotel in the area. It was a resting stop for thousands of travelers. After surviving the threat of attacks from the Mexican soldiers, Comanche Indians and the Civil War it then endured the sorrows of the Reconstruction Era. Union Officers took over the hotel while soldiers made camp across the street. By the late 1870's with arrival of the railroad, the hotel once again became the main social gathering point for the town of Seguin. In 1930 the hotel had fallen into disrepair and was transformed into apartments. From the late 1990's until 2013 the building was abandoned and empty. It fell victim to drug users, vandals and prostitutes. In 2013, Jim and Erin Ghedi purchased the building and are now restoring it back to its original 1880 glory! The Magnolia Hotel is truly a Texas Landmark. Over the 170 plus years, thousands of guests have checked into the hotel but for some they never checked out. The hotel is known to be haunted by at least 13 ghosts. Some of the most notable haunts include a pharmacist who mistakenly killed a young girl while attempting to murder his wife. The traveling salesman who committed suicide by cutting his throat has been seen walking the halls at night. Others are the weeping woman who died of a broken heart, the suicide cowboy and the starved prisoner in the basement. The most famous is the fortune teller who held many under her mystic control. Come visit the spirits who linger within the walls of the Magnolia Hotel, if you dare!

Featured on "Darkness Radio"
with David Schrader Co-Host of "Coast to Coast" Radio Show

The Haunted Magnolia Hotel

Featured on 
KENS5 
"Great Day SA" 
with host 
Bridget Smith

The Proceeds from ALL our events go directly towards our continued restoration of this 176 year old Texas Landmark! Magnolia Hotel is the Oldest Hotel in Texas built by one of the Original Texas Rangers! 

Owners, Erin Wallace Ghedi and Jim Ghedi

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​The books that started it all!

Seen on "Ghost Brothers"

Featured in 
Seguin Gazette Newspaper
by
Felicia Frazar

Featured in
Cowboys and Indians Magazine
"The Premier Magazine of the West"

Seen on "Nick Groff's Tour"