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O.P. Pyle House Overnight Ghost Hunt & Sleepover

123 N Line St -- Mineola, Texas 75773

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Ever wanted to investigate and stay in one of the most haunted locations in Texas? Haunted Rooms is delighted to offer you the chance to do just that at the O.P. Pyle House in Mineola, East Texas.

O. P. Pyle had this home constructed in 1903-04, when he was editor and publisher of the Mineola Courier. Built by local craftsmen the house reflects influences of the Queen Anne style in the wraparound veranda, conical tower, second-floor porch and gabled roof.

"Ghosts of O.P. Pyle House"

The house is extremely active, as proven on our teams' several investigations here. The spirits are numbered in double digits including a Civil War soldier named David Akin who has deemed himself the protector of this family and house.

There are many child spirits here as well which love to play tricks on you and their nanny is here as well. The property boasts a spiritual vortex which serves as a revolving door for spiritual activity which sometimes is great and sometimes not so much.

There has also been some negative spiritual energy as well and unnerving experiences in one of the cottages. One of the owners' parents who were longtime owners of the house are buried on the property and another family member is under the gazebo. If you are looking for a more adventurous ghost hunt this property is also one of the best in Mineola.

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