All posts in "Northern California"

10 Scariest Haunted Roads In Northern California

Have you ever driven down a dark, scary road, late at night? A road in Northern California that was said to be haunted. What would you do if you were driving down that road and suddenly a dark figure appeared in front of your car? Updated 9/23/2019 – Would you dare to stop the car and reach […]

Forget About Sleeping At The Haunted Hotel Stockton

A historic landmark, the Hotel Stockton at 133 E. Weber Ave. stands out against the modern surroundings of Stockton, California. It is over a century old and has welcomed traveling entertainers and local government officials during its years as a grand hotel and the City of Stockton’s City Hall. Updated 9/23/2019 – But not all […]

Magalia: The Depot Café and Restaurant Has a Sinister Past

The Depot Café and Restaurant is centrally located in the small northern California town of Magalia. Originally, the Depot Café and Restaurant was a train depot through which they stored inactive trains waiting patiently for repair. Updated 9/23/2019 – This is a vast adjustment from where it stands today, making delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner […]

Chowchilla: Home to the Most Haunted Grocery Store in America

Stephen King once asked in a novel, can an entire town be haunted? Welcome to Chowchilla, California, a place which might be just that. Updated 9/23/2019 – While its population is only around fifteen thousand, Chowchilla nevertheless sports not one but two institutions of lower learning: the Central California Women’s Facility and the Valley State Prison. […]

Haunted Chico: Laxson Auditorium Performers See Ghosts

In 1930, California State University began its construction on Laxson Auditorium in Chico. A little over a year later, staff members held their first assembly in the brand new auditorium, to install new student body officers. Every year, the auditorium hosts thousands of programs from student organizations, including musical and dance performances, and theatrical productions. […]

Terrors at the Little-Known Ohlone Burial Grounds in Fremont

All over the web, you’re bound to hear stories about the haunted Mission San Jose in Fremont. The ghosts of those who died tragically due to fires and earthquakes have been attracting fans of the paranormal for decades. But there’s one little-known haunted spot at Washington and Paseo Padre that’s even scarier. If you go […]

Haunted Alameda: Ghost Seen Dancing at Kofman Auditorium

The Kofman Auditorium was built in 1903 and is located in Alameda, CA. This structure was home to many ballet and theater shows. The locals have always considered the it one of the best playhouses in the area. The Tragic Tale of the Kofman Auditorium Ballerina in Alameda Updated 9/23/2019 – This auditorium is also part […]

Haunted Visalia: Have You Seen The Fox Theatre Ghost?

During the 1930s, when the Fox Theatre in Visalia was a new and exciting attraction, it featured live performances as well as popular reels of the time. As television became more and more accessible, the cinema’s focus moved towards new release feature films. By the mid-1970s, it was no longer a mecca of variety entertainment. Updated […]

Nevada City: Paranormal Activity at the National Exchange Hotel

The National Exchange Hotel is one of the treasures of Nevada City. Though it shut down temporarily in 1863, it’s considered one of the oldest continuously operated hotels west of the Rockies. But you’re not here for a history lesson on this famous landmark, are you? Updated 9/23/2019 – You’re here to discover the things […]

Burney: Child Ghost Haunts Black Ranch Road

The town of Burney, California, has a history tainted by death and destruction. The area itself used to be known as “the valley where Burney died” after a settler who died there in the 1850s, and it’s located at the base of an extinct volcano. Worse, a dead child haunts the nearby Black Ranch Road. The […]

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