Dark Tunnels and Darker Forces Lie Beneath California’s Capital, Sacramento

Sacramento, California, USA

Sacramento, founded in 1850, is the proud state capital of California. It endured a gruff past of death, disaster and was forced to rebuild itself, burying its past failures beneath the current city streets.   Sacramento was once the rough and tumble hub of California’s Gold Rush. It’s tough beginnings saw devastation from fire and disease but most disastrously from flooding. Towards the end of 1861 the largest storm ever to hit California commenced and […]

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The Mysterious Ruins of San Francisco’s Sutro Baths

San Francisco, California, USA

Along the ruggedly beautiful Northern California coastline sits an unexpected and eerie ode to a time now forgotten. At San Francisco’s tip, treacherous waters lap a beach reaching up to scattered ruins, overshadowed by rocky cliffs often cloaked in thick fog. Here sits what is left of the Sutro Baths, a reminder of a once glorious water front attraction, now a rotting shell surrounded by mystery and disturbing local legends. These ruins are the ghost […]

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The Ghosts of Hang Town aka Placerville, California

Placerville, California, USA

Placerville is a small town in Northern California that boasts much history from its pivotal past during the Gold Rush. After gold was stuck nearby in 1848, this small town boomed. Within a year it had grown in population and reputation, earning itself a fittingly dark new name. Vigilantes carried out frequent and swift justice to wrong doers and soon the name Hang Town was born. Over the next few more years the buzz surrounding […]

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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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Creepy Hidden Pet Cemetery in San Francisco

San Francisco, California, USA

San Francisco is famous for being one of the most pet friendly places in the world, with pet dogs outnumbering children. Having exhumed and relocated all but two human cemeteries to make way for construction and urban development, San Francisco’s beloved Pet Cemetery is lucky to still exist today. Tucked away in SF’s quiet Presidio neighborhood, behind a small white picket fence, overshadowed by a large, recently built freeway lies a testament to San Franciscans’ […]

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Top Three Most Haunted Houses in San Francisco

San Francisco, California, USA

Let’s forget about the people who have left their hearts in San Francisco and look at those who have left their souls. Beneath San Francisco’s friendly culture and pastel Victorian lined streets lies a dark, haunted past. Three homes in San Francisco stand out for being notoriously haunted places. Here’s a look at those homes and the backstories that uphold their reputations. If ever there were a place in San Francisco that looked the part […]

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Paranormal Activity and Horror Movie Inspiration at Yosemite Hotel

Yosemite, California, USA

Millions of nature lovers looking to experience the wild beauty of Northern California make their way to Yosemite Valley each year. Many of these visitors opt to spend their stay at a campsite. Other unsuspecting visitors looking for a more luxurious stay, may unknowingly check into one of the Valley’s paranormal activity hot spots. The Ahwahnee hotel, now known as the Majestic Hotel, sits a short distance from Yosemite’s famous Half Dome. It was originally […]

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All Aboard The Queen Mary Ghost Ship

Long Beach, California, USA

After enduring a long and dark past, the RMS Queen Mary has settled in her final resting place of Long Beach, California. Although the ship has found peace, there are still many restless souls trapped within her. Launched as a luxury cruise liner in 1934 the Queen Mary was host to wealthy socialites and dignitaries looking to journey across the high seas. This glamorous life was short lived for the ship, later being recruited to […]

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