Ghosts of the Del Monte Speakeasy

Los Angeles, California, USA

In the heart of Venice, located underground, is a historic bar that serves up more spirits than just the alcoholic kind. The Del Monte Speakeasy is a popular watering hole for Los Angeles socialites, yet it is also deemed to be one of the most haunted places in town. The bar dates back to 1915 and managed to survive America’s prohibition by moving its operation underground into the dimly lit rooms that remain to make […]

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Haunted Pico House: Ghosts of Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, USA

Pico House adds immense character to one of the most historic areas of old downtown Los Angeles. The beautifully dated building has sat upon North Main Street since 1870 when it was built. A very wealthy businessman, Don Pío Pico, was responsible for the erection of the building, having it constructed to act as one of the most exquisite upper-class hotels in Southern California. Pico House has survived through some incredibly turbulent times. The area […]

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Marilyn Monroe’s Ghost Haunts the Roosevelt Hotel

Los Angeles, California, USA

The Roosevelt Hotel is certainly one of the most iconic places in Hollywood. It has provided accommodation to some of the world’s biggest stars since it opened its doors in 1927. To this day, the Roosevelt Hotel’s name remains synonymous with film and old-world Hollywood charm. It continues to cater to guests looking for upscale lodging in the Hollywood area, but there are some moments in the hotel’s past that have left the building tarnished […]

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Cecil Hotel: Death, Serial Killers and Ghosts in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, USA

It would be difficult to find a hotel with more notoriety than the Cecil in Los Angeles or the entire United States for that matter. The Cecil Hotel solidified its status in pop culture in the darkest of ways. Opening in 1927 the building was designed to radiate opulence but was to soon fall into disarray, gaining a negative reputation. What was to truly gain the public’s attention of the Cecil Hotel was the number […]

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Is The Millennium Biltmore Hotel Haunted by The Black Dahlia Ghost?

Los Angeles, California, USA

The Millennium Biltmore Hotel opened its doors for the first time in 1923. The luxurious destination was built to cater for Los Angeles’ high society, yet served many different purposes throughout its life time. The Millennium Biltmore Hotel hosted the Academy Awards from 1935 until the beginning of World War II, when it was repurposed as a facility to serve soldiers on leave with rest and recreation. The stunning hotel’s interior has also made appearances across […]

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10 Most Haunted Places in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California, USA

Los Angeles, the city of angels, is also a city of ghosts. Looking into LA’s past reveals that there is far darker energy lurking behind the city’s gorgeous beaches and all the glitz and glam that goes with Hollywood. Death, murder and suicide have all tainted this fair city, trapping the souls of many within various buildings. Here is where you can find them. In the heart of Downtown LA proudly stands a tall, white tower. […]

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Abandoned Los Angeles Zoo Still Caging Dead Animals’ Souls

Los Angeles, California, USA

Behind all the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles sits a forgotten, abandoned zoo left to rot and decay within Griffith Park. In operation from 1912 to 1966 the zoo was once the premiere place to gawk at exotic animals while in LA. The facility closed after demand called for a larger space and the animals were relocated to the new Los Angeles Zoo. The ghost of the old zoo remains, with many of its […]

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