Category Archives: LSSPI Investigations

Spaghetti Warehouse

WE HAVE VISITED the Spaghetti Warehouse twice in the past year. There are several stories about the history of the location on Commerce street in downtown Houston. Until recent decades the building served as a pharmaceutical warehouse, and before that … Continue reading

Santa Fe Residence

SANTE FE, TX ~ This was brought to our attention by member David Zacher. The residents are his relatives. Activity reported includes moving objects, apparitions, defacement of “prayer candles”, phantom footsteps, and the general heebie-jeebies in parts of the property. … Continue reading

Rosharon Cemetery

THIS CEMETERY OUTSIDE of Rosharon, Texas has literally dozens of unmarked graves. Unmarked graves are easily distinguished by the elongated depressions in the ground, especially if you have several next to each other. Several of the unmarked graves are contained … Continue reading

Poppet’s Way

MOST OF YOU MAY BE familiar with the history of the Newport Subdivision and the street called “Poppet’s Way” in Crosby. For those who aren’t, here is a synopsis: Until the 1960’s or 70’s the land was owned by one … Continue reading

Old Towne Spring

MANY PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT Uncle Charlie who haunts Wunsche Brothers Cafe, but we went to Old Towne Spring seeking the unknown spirits. We found them. Spring began in the late 1800s as a railroad town. The depot that was once … Continue reading

New Caney Residence

THE RESIDENTS OF THIS HOUSE have experienced paranormal phenomena nearly everywhere they lived. In this home they have at least 2 entities that have been identified as George, the former caretaker, and Joe Ryder, the former owner’s late husband. George … Continue reading

Lockhart, Texas

Special thanks to Martin Leal and Alamo City Paranormal for inviting us along on this investigation. We thoroughly enjoyed it. THIS BUILDING WAS ONCE the old jailhouse and was in use until the early 1980’s. In its early history, hangings … Continue reading

Presidio La Bahia

The History of Presidio La Bahia: This is by no means a complete history of the Presidio and chapel, but you will get the basics. Foundation: The Presidio La Bahia and Our Lady of Loreto Chapel were constructed in 1722 … Continue reading

KLOL – Radio Station

IN AUGUST OF 1999, we got in touch with Chuck Shramek of Rock 101 KLOL. He responded that he and several late night DJs had had some strange experiences in the booths of one of Houston’s oldest rock stations. Manifestations … Continue reading

Fort Bend County House

WE FREQUENTLY RECEIVE requests for additional information regarding some of the locations we’ve investigated. Please do not ask for additional information about this investigation. We are not at liberty to provide any identifying information about the location or people involved … Continue reading