Amarillo has its fair share of haunted hospitals, hotels, houses; you name it. We're all familiar with St. Anthony's Hospital, the Ranchotel, and the Herring Hotel. Here are some other abandoned places in Amarillo that just might not be so abandoned.

Garvey Grain

The few comments on this video (which is nothing but a slideshow of photos taken inside of the building) mention this place being haunted. The photos are actually pretty interesting. Leave the video on mute and skip the music. It sounds like something you would hear at holistic center waiting for an organic goat cheese massage...or something.

Old Town Apartments

Here's one for everyone hoping for something a little more on the "spooky" side. This video is of a paranormal investigation being conducted at the abandoned Old Town Apartments. They claim to have captured several EVPs, and there's a lot of circles drawn on photos. You be the judge on just what is being circled.

Summit Elementary School

There's an interview at the beginning of the video, but after that there are some really good shots of the exterior of Summit Elementary. There were several videos that were supposedly of Summit, but the quality was so bad that there wasn't much to see. Also, in the comments it is mentioned that the building is now a church. This revelation (no pun intended) was given by someone who claims they cleared it of spirits. All in the video's comment section.

Spooky.

Knights Inn Motel

Not sure if this place is supposedly haunted or not, but it is most definitely abandoned. At least, for the most part. One of the "cooler" parts of the video is when a list of rules is discovered written on a wall.

Maybe it's no so abandoned after all?

Herring Hotel

Instead of being recorded on someone's shaky cellphone, this one was actually done by a crew. They're guided through the building, which is nice. There's a little bit of history given, and they get a lot of good footage.

A Look Inside the Abandoned St. Anthony's Hospital in Amarillo, Texas

The old St. Anthony's hospital in Amarillo, Texas has sat abandoned--but not forgotten--since the early 2000s. The 100-year-old structure still cuts an imposing and impressive figure against the Amarillo skyline. The building serves as a cornerstone memory for many Amarillo natives--the place where life begun (or came to an end).

But for decades, the old St. Anthony's hospital has remained under careful surveillance, and not many know what now lies within. In July 2021, local artist and photographer, Ian Watson, was granted full access to the abandoned hospital--his photos offer an intimate and stark look at the legendary landmark of St. Anthony's as it stands now.

The Eerie Abandoned Puckett Place Apartments of Amarillo

The Puckett Place apartments at 3447 Amherst St. have been a vacant and in disrepair for well over a decade. The building has finally been slated for renovation and at long last, Puckett Place will see a new life.

In the meantime, here's a glimpse at the strange and derelict beauty that is the abandoned Puckett Place.

Ranchotel: The Forgotten Landmark of Old Route 66 in Amarillo, Texas

The Ranchotel, located at 2501 W. 6th St., is a product of Route 66's heyday.

When Americans first began long-distance automotive travel, they typically stayed in hotels or camped beside the road. In response, clever entrepreneurs began to build what were called tourist courts. The Ranchotel is one of these.

It was built in 1940 and until recently, it was considered one of the best preserved examples of Route 66's tourist facilities. It was placed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1995 and was well maintained until 2020.

Even now, in spite of the building's fading beauty, there is still the nostalgic air held by many a historic landmark.