Vacation 2022: Haunted Texas Roadtrip Day 1

We decided not to go to El Paso this year, going northward instead. That was the plan – then I started doing some research. Several of the places that were on the list for the Haunted Texas Roadtrip weren’t available. This meant looking for other places to visit.

Our first place is Bragg Road/The Scenic Ghost Road/Ghost Road right outside Saratoga Texas. This place is about 1.5 hours southeast of us so, my son and I decided to check it out. It’s supposed to be the most haunted road in Texas.

I took some photos and some video. We got there close to sunset:

Please, remember I’m not a professional photographer or videographer. I just point and shoot, taking the best photos I can. I did try my hand at making a video and once I’m able to buy the program, I’ll reload the video without the watermark. For now, here is the video:

Yes, the video has a watermark on it. I’m trying out the program and when/if I buy it, I’ll upload the video without the watermark. As it is, I hope it doesn’t detract too much from the video. I also know the audio isn’t that great – I’m new to this whole thing remember. I’m learning a lot from just what I did today, and I hope to do better with the next video.

Personally, I was a bit disappointed by the whole thing. It was interesting to see what I’m guessing to be the so called “Saratoga Lights” or “Bragg Road Lights”, but I was never scared. I was a little creeped out, but that was about it. It could’ve been the time of day and/or the time of the month as being the reason we didn’t see any activity other than the lights – who knows right?

I think I still got some decent photos while there was still light. The light on my phone leaves much to be desired. I don’t think I’ll be making videos professionally any time soon. 🙂

Let me know what you think. 🙂

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!!!

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