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Haunted Cemetery in San Diego: El Campo Santo

San Diego, California, USA

The El Campo Santo Cemetery is just one of the historic sites remaining within Old Town San Diego. Burials were accepted in this site from 1849 until 1880, making this one of the oldest cemeteries in Southern California. Unfortunately, El Campo Santo Cemetery was once much larger with a lot of this historic location being lost to time. After falling into some disrepair it was decided that a large portion of the cemetery would be […]

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Hotel Del Coronado’s Mysterious Hauntings, San Diego

San Diego, California, USA

The Hotel Del Coronado is an exquisite beachside gem where many famous people have chosen to soak up the Californian sun. The luxurious hotel has catered to beachgoers and high profile visitors alike since 1888. Just a short distance from San Diego’s heart on one of its surrounding islands, the beach-lined hotel is a popular getaway despite its dark past. By 1892 this hotel managed to gain infamy after a young woman by the name […]

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The Whaley House: A Historical Haunt in Old Town San Diego

San Diego, California, USA

In 1850 a man named Yankee Jim Robinson made his way to San Diego, California. Shortly after his arrival he was prosecuted for being a thief and hanged from the back of a wagon. Another man, Thomas Whaley, stood in the crowd to witness this execution. He later purchased the land on which the hanging occurred to build his family home and business, the Whaley House. Today, the Whaley house is the center of much of Old […]

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