FUN FACTS:

 

Opened in 2004. It's first location was in Alvarado, TX.

 

Built in the barn where James Sharp's son hung himself.

 

Confirmed haunted.

 

Multi-Award winning production.

 

Featured in music videos, International magazine shoots and ghost investigation TV shows.

 

13th Street Morgue has assisted the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders for Dallas Cowboys Halftime Shows for many years.

 

Jonathon Maybrick leased one of the barns at the estate of Reindeer Manor for his residence and funeral parlor. The Maybricks did very well in their new business. His most notorious funeral was of a criminal who shot Ms. Abigail Helm. She was the 16 year old daughter of a farmer, Alfred Helm, a widower of 3 children. Alfred had sent Abigail to the bank one afternoon. That happened to be the same day the bank was robbed. The perpetrator shot and killed both the bank teller and Abigail. The shooter's name was Raymond Reynolds. As he tried to flee, Raymond was shot dead.

 

Raymond Reynolds' mother came to the 13th Street Morgue to arrange the funeral for her son. Alfred Helm was not pleased to hear the news that the murderer of his child was getting a nice funeral. Jonathon was concerned he might show up at the funeral and cause a scene, but all was quiet. A few weeks passed, and the Reynolds funeral was making its way to the back of most people minds. After all, it was Christmas time and most people were determined to enjoy the holidays. All but Alfred Helm.

 

On December 13th at 1 AM, Alfred broke into the 13th Street Morgue, dressed as Santa Claus to fool the children if they awoke. Alfred strangled both of the Maybrick children, Jonathon's wife, and finally Jonathon himself. After his grim business was finished, he set himself in a chair in the Maybrick's living room and shot himself in the chest. The police found a note that read "please watch after my children they are the product of an unholy mind"

 

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410 HOUSTON SCHOOL RD. RED OAK, TX 75154

 

Less than 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas

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Jonathon Maybrick leased one of the barns at the estate of Reindeer Manor for his residence and funeral parlor. The Maybricks did very well in their new business. His most notorious funeral was of a criminal who shot Ms. Abigail Helm. She was the 16 year old daughter of a farmer, Alfred Helm, a widower of 3 children. Alfred had sent Abigail to the bank one afternoon. That happened to be the same day the bank was robbed. The perpetrator shot and killed both the bank teller and Abigail. The shooter's name was Raymond Reynolds. As he tried to flee, Raymond was shot dead.

 

Raymond Reynolds' mother came to the 13th Street Morgue to arrange the funeral for her son. Alfred Helm was not pleased to hear the news that the murderer of his child was getting a nice funeral. Jonathon was concerned he might show up at the funeral and cause a scene, but all was quiet. A few weeks passed, and the Reynolds funeral was making its way to the back of most people minds. After all, it was Christmas time and most people were determined to enjoy the holidays. All but Alfred Helm.

 

On December 13th at 1 AM, Alfred broke into the 13th Street Morgue, dressed as Santa Claus to fool the children if they awoke. Alfred strangled both of the Maybrick children, Jonathon's wife, and finally Jonathon himself. After his grim business was finished, he set himself in a chair in the Maybrick's living room and shot himself in the chest. The police found a note that read "please watch after my children they are the product of an unholy mind"

 

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