Is the Replica Munster Mansion in Texas Really Haunted?
With Halloween, just over two months away now is the time to start looking for some spooky fun. What better place to do that is in Waxahachie, Texas about a 3-hour drive from Texarkana to visit a replica mansion of the 1960s TV show "The Munsters."
The moment you step foot inside this gothic-style mansion you will be transported back in time to the 1960s with Herman, Lilly Munster, and the rest of his creepy family.
Of course, you don't have to wait until Halloween to tour the home because the owners Sandra and Charles McKee gives tours year-round. Actually, now would probably be the best time to go because the month of October happens to be their busiest time of the year.
As a matter of fact, when you enter the mansion beware of Eddie's fire-breathing pet dragon Spot who lives under the staircase, he just may pop out with his huge glowing green eyes.
Walking around the mansion you will run into the infamous coffin-shaped booth and a replica organ in Eddie's room.
And according to the owner, Sandra says she bought a lot of actual movie props that were actually used in the TV show to recreate the feel of the series and watched every episode to replicate its authenticity.
If you're wondering how she gave her home the creepy vibe she used aged and distressed darker paint to make it look like the original Munster Mansion.
The Munsters Mansion
The Munsters Mansion in Waxahachie, Texas is approximately a 3-hour and 10-minute drive south of Dallas.
Paranormal Activity 2022
Find out what these paranormal investigators found in a recent walk-through of the mansion. Watch if you dare!