All posts in "Southern California"

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 Updated 2/10/2020 – It was in the […]

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. Updated 2/10/2020 – Both planes crashed in North Park—a San Diego neighborhood. Flight 182 crashed […]

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 Ghosts

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. Updated 2/10/2020 – From surf capitals to weekly trips […]

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 Updated 2/10/2020 – By the 1940s, Del Mar became a very popular hangout place for the Hollywood […]

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. Updated 2/10/2020 – Instead, SoCal locals are flocking to small towns, intent of reacquainting themselves with nature and quiet. But one should use caution when in […]

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 […]

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