Famous Ghosts Haunting Hollywood

The horrors of Hollywood aren’t limited to the studios.

Tinsel town has a dark side where ghosts of long-gone celebrities are yet to make their way into the light.

If you love the world of cinema and are intrigued by the paranormal, drop by Hollywood and you’ll maybe see the following celebrity spooks.

Famous Ghosts Haunting Hollywood

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Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley Dancing

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Updated 2/10/2020 – Elvis is one of the busiest celebrity spirits around.

Not only does he haunt Graceland, but he’s been known to show up in his famous white sequined getup at the Vegas Hilton or the old RCA recording studios where he recorded his first hit ‘Heartbreak Hotel’.

Though the studio is no more, workers in the TV studio for music productions that replaced it hear unexplained noises and experience lights out whenever someone mentions Elvis.

Marilyn Monroe

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The blonde starlet met a tragic, mysterious death, which is probably why her spirit continues to haunt Hollywood.

Like Elvis, Marilyn isn’t confined to one space.

Several people spotted her by her tomb in the Westside Memorial Cemetery and she tends to make her presence known in the house she breathed her last breath in.

Many also believe she haunts her favorite spot the Roosevelt Hotel, appearing to guests in full-length mirrors.

Lucille Ball

Lucille Ball

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Famous for ‘I Love Lucy’, Lucile left more than a great legacy after her death in 1989.

According to her former home’s owners, they’ve been experiencing spooky happenings such as broken windows, furniture that rearranged itself, and disappearing items.

They also claim that they’ve heard loud voices from their attic, similar to those of people talking over loud music.

George Reeves

George Reeves as Superman

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Famous for playing Superman in the 1950s ‘Adventures of Superman’ series, George Reeves committed suicide or was killed in his home at the age of 45.

However, he’s apparently haunting his home, creating strange sounds in his former bedroom.

He even freaked out a documentary crew shooting in his house by showing up in full Superman attire.

Rudolph Valentino

Rudolph Valentino

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If the name rings any bells, it’s because Finn Wittrock portrayed him in AHS: Hotel back in November.

Valentino was a heartthrob who tragically died at the age of 31 (not because of the blood virus!) due to ulcer complications.

However, he’s been haunting Studio Five at Paramount Studios for years.

Moreover, many report seeing a ghostly face in his old home’s second floor window.

So if you’ve always dreamed of encountering these actors, visit their homes or favorite haunting spots to get the chance to see them even if it’s not in the flesh.