The Old Dallas Burial Ground, Dallas' first cemetery, was established in the early 1840s. In 1868 a new cemetery was established a few blocks southeast, and the existing graves were relocated to the new site. Not all the graves were moved, however, and they are permanently sealed under foot.The Spaghetti Warehouse reports they have a resident spirit lurking upstairs. This is an example of an "attachment spirit," meaning that it is connected to something inside.Market-Ross Place has a long and storied history. Reports of a mysterious female spirit who walks the corridors continue to this day.The Dallas Holocaust Museum is full of artifacts from one of the world's most tragic periods. Hear a moving and bittersweet story of spirits attached to some of these items.The old Texas Schoolbook Depository (now the Sixth Floor Museum) and Dealey Plaza are the site of the most notorious unsolved crime in U.S. history - the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.The Hotel Lawrence boasts several spirits roaming its hallways and inhabiting its guest rooms.Built in 1891, the Old Red Courthouse is a real Dallas treasure. It has been completely restored to its original glory, but have they rid the halls of the ghosts that have lived there for more than 100 years?In 1970, Dallas dedicated the John F. Kennedy Memorial to show respect to the fallen President and to help heal the social wounds from the brutal assassination that occurred just steps away. This monument was designed with spirits in mind.Examine the rebuilt log cabin home of Dallas' founder John Neely Bryan, which also served as a trading post, post office and courthouse in the mid-1800s.Dallas built its first permanent jail in 1906 at 703 Ross Avenue. How many tortured souls remain?