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A Disturbing Whistling Ghost Haunts This Historic California Theatre

The Anaheim Center for Performing Arts at the Servite Theater is a much loved part of Anaheim’s landscape. Whether it’s a seasonal event, or a party equal to that of Great Gatsby, Anaheim always delivers exquisite festivities and people. Even when it doesn’t intend to… An Anaheim Cultural Gem When the talented Servite staff isn’t readying the […]

Ghost Of Fisherman Lurks At This California Playground

Sweet Shade Neighborhood Park is a beautiful park full of sunshine. Mature trees provide ample shade over the park’s benches and tables for parents, while the kids get many fun structures and swings to play. At first glance, it’s a place of safety and tranquility, and the perfect playground for kids. Located in Irvine, California, […]

Dead Girl In A Blue Dress Haunts This Abandoned Mill In California

In 1918, a mill was built in Murrieta, California. It was intended for local farmers to be able to buy grain in bulk. The KEA Mill ran successfully all the way through the early 1970s. However, it is said that the mill had a fire and never fully recovered from the loss. The KEA Mill […]

This Old Road In California Is So Haunted It Will Terrify You

Many roads in the United States are said to be haunted, and the Lost Lake Road in Blythe, California happens to be one of them. Several locals try their best to avoid this road, hearing tales of a dead Indian Chief who wanders by the side of the road. But a few residents have claimed […]

A Deadly Spirit Lurks in the Bathroom at This California Shopping Outlet

On January 5, 1916 rain began to fall on San Diego, California. Two tropical storms had, by chance, collided together over the city, creating one massive storm.  The situation was made even worse by an amateur scientist by the name of Charles Hatfield. A San Diego Tragedy Knowing that San Diego was experiencing a long […]

Terror in Victorville: Are Dead Locals Back from the Grave?

Victorville, California is home to a most disturbing road. Each year, residents in town report seeing a myriad of different spirits walking along El Evado Road during the night. Even those who have yet to see anything paranormal along this road believe that it is the known as the home of a dead little girl. […]

Haunted San Diego: The Legend of the Dead Old Man on Bonita Road

There are many cultural landmarks that are important to see in beautiful San Diego. But some may not be what you’d think. Consider the manifestation on haunted Bonita Road. The Most Paranormal Street in San Diego According to local legend, there once was an elderly man who attempted to cross Bonita one rainy day. As […]

The Screaming Female Specter of the Santa Ana Yost Theatre

The Yost is a historic theatre located in the middle of Santa Ana, California. It was originally opened in 1912, and was the go-to place for entertainment within the community. Many jazz singers sang at the Yost during the roaring 20’s. Yost: The Most Historic Theatre in Santa Ana It was in the year 1927 when […]

10 Scariest Haunted Things To Do In Long Beach This Weekend

There are always plenty of fun things to do in Long Beach this weekend, but if you’re looking for places that are both entertaining, unique, AND creepy, then look no further than this list. We have rounded up some of Long Beach’s best attractions, parks and restaurants that also happen to be haunted by ghosts […]

Lost Souls of Flight 182 Crash Continue to Wander San Diego

On Monday, September 25, 1978, San Diego was overcome by catastrophe. Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 182 was midair when it collided with a Cessna 172 aircraft, which is a private plane. After impact, both planes began to fall toward earth. Both planes crashed in North Park—a San Diego neighborhood. Flight 182 crashed into an intersection. […]

10 Most Haunted Places To Visit In San Diego

Many people agree that San Diego is one of the most beautiful places on the western side of the United States. But did you also know that it is home to many paranormal hot spots? Whether you’re planning a trip to the baseball stadium, or taking the kids to the children’s museum…or anywhere in between, […]

Ghost of Drowned Man Seen on Old Ventura Pier

Up and down the California coastline, piers are a common sight. While many of these historic wooden piers are closed for safety issues, some, such as the Ventura Pier, are still in use today. First built in 1872, the Ventura Pier cost a whopping 45,000 dollars. Ventura Pier was Once the Longest Pier in California […]

There’s a Dead Presence at the Moviemax Cinema in Carlsbad

Many Carlsbad residents will take advantage of a rainy Sunday afternoon to visit the Plaza Cinema to see a new movie. To them, the building represents a cozy way to spend a few hours with a loved one. But for employees and former employees of Plaza Cinema (Now branded Moviemax, but many locals still refer […]

Move to These 7 Small Towns In Southern California If You Love The Paranormal

Are you stuck in a rut? Do you feel like your life is in need of a drastic change in direction? Consider moving from the predictable trials and tribulations of city and suburban life to check out these unique and charming small towns in southern California. From surf capitals to weekly trips to botanical gardens, […]

A Ghost Follows Visitors Home from World Renowned Del Mar Racetrack

Del Mar Racetrack was opened to the public in 1937. The track was exclusively built for American Thoroughbreds.  Many popular horses, such as the legendary Seabiscuit, raced at Del Mar. Del Mar: The Finest Racetrack of the West By the 1940s, Del Mar became a very popular hangout place for the Hollywood elite. However, the […]

Visit These 7 Haunted Southern California Small Towns at Your Own Risk

Southern California is littered with hidden gems, from small towns with spectacular mountain views to a day at a lesser known lake. But, such places are quickly overcome by tourists. Instead, SoCal locals are flocking to small towns, intent of reacquainting themselves with nature and quiet. But one should use caution when in these towns. Some […]

10 Most Insanely Haunted Places in Southern California

Sunny Southern California is bustling with life. It’s home to the glam of Hollywood and the solitude of Death Valley Junction. You’ll find many places to head to and explore in this area, many of which you’ll love to come back to year after year. But things are different once the sun goes down. The ghosts […]

10 Southern California Ghost Towns Perfect For Ghost Hunting

When thinking about southern California, many think of expensive mansions, movie stars and the legendary Hollywood sign. But this state is also known for its many ghost towns. Depending on where you go, there’s always a possibility of encountering lingering spirits who refuse to leave the places that were once their homes. You’re about to see ten ghost […]

Eerie Avalon: Sinister Entity Haunts the Catalina Country Club

When most people plan a trip to the always beautiful Catalina Island off of Avalon, California, an experience with the paranormal is the farthest thing from their mind. However, many incidents have been reported during the last few decades. And nobody seems able to figure out why. Is Avalon Home to Ancient Entities? Catalina Island was passed […]

7 Creepy Waterfront Trails in SoCal Perfect for A Haunted Hike

As shows like Ghost Hunters and Ghost Asylum continue to grow in popularity, many Southern Californians seek to explore locations where they may have a ghost encounter of their own. After much research, we have found these seven beautiful and scenic hikes that have also been reported as haunted. Visit them, if you dare. Seven Creepy Waterfront Trails […]

Ghost in Bloody Dress at Victorian Pitkin Estate in Arroyo Grande

If you and your friends decide to have a horror movie marathon, chances are at least one or more of the films selected feature a child ghost. What is it about dead children that we find so freaky? Is it their ghastly appearance or the simple paradigm that children are innocent creatures? Alice of the Tower […]

Morgue Ghost Torments Employee at the Lompoc Furniture Mart

Lompoc Furniture Mart is a retail store located in the heart of Lompoc, California. While little is known about the history of the building prior to its evolution into a furniture outlet, many local historians believe the building was once used as the town morgue. A former employee has come forward to discuss her many experiences […]

Demonic Hands At The Imperial Valley Arts Council In El Centro

The Imperial Valley Arts Council in El Centro is home to dastardly poltergeists, disturbing ghosts, and demonic presences. Employees at the establishment throughout the years have seen paranormal activity that ranges from flickering lights to mysterious sounds to items of furniture flying across rooms. Some witnesses have even spotted wraith-like hands emerging from the walls. Supernatural Hands Ghostly, gnarled […]

Malevolent Paranormal Entities Haunt the Lake Morena Campground in Campo

Hidden in the wooden Laguna Mountains, Lake Morena Campground offers breathtaking views of its namesake in Campo. It’s a popular place for those who seek serenity while enjoying hiking, picnicking, boating, and fishing. But hidden in the dense trees, gliding around the lake, and disturbing campers at night are several entities that transform the beautiful […]

Bloomington: “Dead Screamers” Lurk At The Green Acres Cemetery

On the eastern end of 7th Street, in the bustling town of Bloomington, California, lies the popular Green Acres Cemetery. Throughout most of the year, the cemetery is quiet, but every Halloween, that changes. Every Halloween, Green Acres Cemetery is haunted by a dead girl who can’t find rest on the cemetery grounds. A Night of […]

Haunted Essex: The Ghost Zombie With a Rope at Kelso Depot

Welcome to Essex, California, home of the old ghost town of Kelso. This is a great travel destination, as the town has many points of historical interest, not the least of which is the old Kelso Depot. Of course, there are quite a few people who say that the Kelso Depot is haunted. The Kelso Depot Has […]

Angeles National Forest: “Animal-Like” Ghost Stalks Hikers

Hiking. Fishing. Exploring. Recreational activities are abounding at and around South Mount Hawkins. The mountain was named after a local waitress, by the name of Nellie Hawkins. Nellie was known for helping tourists when they would stay at the Squirrel Inn, where she worked. South Mt. Hawkins is a part of the San Gabriel Mountains—a mountain chain […]

Haunted Orange County: Dark Confrontation at Black Star Canyon

Black Star Canyon is located in Orange County, CA – close to the Santa Ana mountain range. Not too far from where I grew up. It has a dark and haunted history filled with battles between Native American tribes and settlers, trappers and the Spanish, and terrifying paranormal phenomena. We didn’t learn a whole lot about it […]

Calabasas: Ghostly Nightmares Haunt The Sagebrush Cantina

Imagine sitting down to eat a hearty meal only to find yourself looking across the table into the eyes of a tormented spirit. Some patrons of the Sagebrush Cantina Restaurant and Saloon in Calabasas, CA., have experienced just that. Sagebrush Cantina might be known for its great food and friendly wait staff, but the spirits lurking […]

Beaumont: The Old Oak Tree That Can Raise The Dead

Welcome to Beaumont, California. There is nothing new in our culture about the idea of the “common tree” in a township. From a place where the teenagers go when they’re not in school to drink and learn as much about sex as possible, to the mysterious domain of local legends, the common tree is a staple in […]

San Bernardino: The Horrific Paranormal Secrets of Fort Irwin

Nestled in the Mojave Desert in the north of San Bernardino County, Fort Irwin is an active major training area. By training there, Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf and the whole cast of the war movie ‘Fury’ may have re-introduced the name of Fort Irwin National Training Center in today’s popular culture. However, the area that houses […]

Death Valley: The Haunting of the Amargosa Opera House

Welcome to Death Valley Junction, home of the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel. The hotel is open for business, and vi itors can stay in one of the reasonably-priced rooms of a hotel where famous people such as Red Skelton have lain their heads. You are apt, in your visit, to see any number of murals, all […]

Diamond Bar: A Failed Experiment Haunts Brea Canyon Rd

Welcome to Diamond Bar, California, home of Brea Canyon Road. Have you ever been driving along at night, when all of a sudden you looked out to the side of the road – or perhaps just caught it in your peripheral vision – and there was something there? Something which shouldn’t be there…perhaps shouldn’t even exist? […]

Carlsbad Lagoon: A Sinister Siren Who Lures Her Victims

With summer finally here, it’s time for a little R&R. And if you’re in Carlsbad, nowhere can be as tempting as Carlsbad Lagoon. Perfect for paddle and motorized watersports, it’s one of the best places to enjoy wakeboarding and waterskiing. Even if you’re not into these activities, you can simply lay back and soak up some sun. […]

Long Beach: The Ghost of the Queen Mary is Clairvoyant

Welcome to Long Beach, California. If you’re going to take in the sights, why not visit the Queen Mary? It’s a dry-docked ocean liner that once sailed for the Cunard Line. Since 1967, she has sat in port, and is now a tourist attraction as a historical landmark. Of course, she is famous for other things as […]

This Spirit’s Neverending Trip Home Stops in Julian

The valley of Vallecito used to provide welcome respite to those who traveled through the inhospitable Colorado Desert near Julian, a trip that was historically dubbed “The Journey of Death”. Unfortunately for anyone seeking sanctuary now, the haunted Vallecito Stage Station County Park is plagued by ghosts who lost their lives to the area, and these spirits aren’t known […]

Temple City’s Haunted Intersection: Garibaldi and Baldwin

Temple City may be the fifth safest city in California, but it has a few spots people would think twice before stepping into. One of these spots is the Garibaldi and Baldwin Intersection. The southwest corner of this intersection is as calm as the rest of the city during day. But come nightfall, it’s engulfed by the […]

She Awaits: Don’t Visit Palos Verdes’ Vanderlip Mansion Alone

Stately perched on 99 Vanderlip Dr., Palos Verde, Vanderlip Mansion is a private community that was built by American banker and journalist Frank A. Vanderlip. The first thing you’ll come across as you edge closer to the property is a robust gate that surrounds the large property. Thing is, the gate isn’t used to fend people […]

10 Most Haunted Cemeteries in Southern California

When it comes to haunted places, graveyards and cemeteries usually take first place. With so much death in one place, there is something creepy and mysterious about these locations. The paranormal activity of each place on this list will surely make you a believer in ghosts. 10 Most Haunted Cemeteries in Southern California Paranormal activity is something that can […]

San Diego: Spirits Terrorize Gaslamp Museum

San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter is home to many entities. The Gaslamp Museum at the Davis-Horton House in particular. William Heath Davis founded the area, first known as New Town, and this section of San Diego developed quite a nasty reputation. Visit San Diego’s Most Haunted Museum, if You Dare Once considered a Red Light district, the sixteen […]

Borrego Springs: Trio of Spirits Haunt Yaqui Well

The Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is a 600,000 acre park located in Borrego Springs, California. This large state park is one of the few in California that allow visitors to camp throughout the entire 600,000 acres. Anza-Borrego also has 12 different campsites for those looking for basic camping amenities, which vary from site to site. Among these […]

Los Angeles: Sinister Lady In Black Haunts Hotel Alexandria

Once the heart of Los Angeles’ social hub in the 20th century… …it was THE luxury hotel before the Baltimore Hotel opened its doors. However, what once welcomed Hollywood’s elite and political figures is now… A desolate building with figurative and literal ghosts. From The Lady In Black to all of the other spirits staying here, it’s […]

A Newsworthy Haunting at the Bakersfield Californian Building

The Bakersfield Californian Building is an historic press building located in Bakersfield, California. The media always has enemies, and the Bakersfield Californian newspaper is no exception — although its foe is more supernatural than political. It has been the site of countless paranormal encounters since its construction in 1926 and especially since the death of the newspaper’s owner […]

Haunted Brea: Lost Souls Spotted on Carbon Canyon Road

Like most state highways, Carbon Canyon Road, located near Brea, California, has had its share of accidents. Unlike other highways, souls lost on Carbon Canyon Road never leave. Carbon Canyon Road is part of the California Freeway System, and is also known as California State Highway 142. It is eligible for the State Scenic Highway System, but […]

The Spirits of These Neglected Sisters Still Wander Highway 91 At Night

You know that feeling when you realize that you’ve forgotten something, but it’s too late to do anything about it? That split second when you’re watching the car door slam shut, just as you notice your keys are still inside… When you forget about a pizza in the oven, and by the time you smell the smoke, […]

You Can Feel The Shadow People Watching You From The Bushes On Thompson Creek Trail

Ask a local about Thompson Creek Trail in Claremont and they’ll sing the praises of this urban trail. Suitable for all skill levels, the 2.2-mile trail is rich with fresh, woodsy smells and pleasant views that can make you marvel at Mother Nature’s creativity. Despite all this, and the fact that it’s nestled in a residential area, the […]

The Ghosts That Haunt Castle Park Have Blood Coming Out Of Their Mouths

If you happen to be in Riverside, California this summer – and you’re the type of person who enjoys going to theme parks – you might want to check out Castle Park. Here you can check out things like the Castle Park Railroad, the Fireball, and the Screamin’ Demon. Speaking of which: you might just want […]

Real Spooky Stories: Beyond the Gravestones

Today we will hear Mark P.’s extraordinary story that will send shivers down your spine. He speaks of his close encounter with spirits at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Cypress, California. Proceed at your own risk… Real Spooky Stories: Here’s What Happened At Forest Lawn Cemetery in California “I’ve tried explaining what had happened to me over […]

Sand Canyon Road Is Haunted By Teenagers Who Died in a Tragic Car Crash On Prom Night

Many people drive down Sand Canyon Road in Santa Clarita every single day. Some of them have reported getting goose bumps, feeling strange breezes, hot spots, and other weird things while travelling down this road. They return with stories more blood-curdling than the hot sun beating down on you as you try to make sense of what just happened. Sand […]

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