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  • Writer's pictureJoe Perez

Haunted Texas: Hendley Row

Haunted Texas

Hendley Row, Galveston, Texas



The resident ghosts of Hendley Row represent aspects of Galveston history. There’s the Confederate soldier seen on the roof and around the building. The bloodied, teenage “factory worker” is a vestige of the building’s cotton-grading days. “The lady in white” and the running and playing “little boy” and “little girl” are thought to be 1900 storm victims. The upper floors house apartments and offices now, but Hendley Market’s glass ceiling reveals views of stairs and landings (and perhaps apparitions). During renovations, workers reported tools mysteriously moving around.



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