In many states, you’ll regularly go over a “No Trespassing” sign on remote and private properties; in Texas, you’ll simply see purple paint.
It started in Arkansas in 1989, as indicated by MyEastTex. Property proprietors utilized purple paint as an inconspicuous approach to remind guests, most strikingly seekers, that they’re nearing a private territory. In 1997, Texas put the law into impact. Jonathan Kennedy told the news outlet this would put a conclusion to property proprietors replacing their signs, which were regularly utilized for “target hone.”