These Spots in LA May Look Harmless …But, Their Past Will Haunt You

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Remember the song Thriller popularized by Michael Jackson, which portrayed a platoon of zombies dancing their way down the streets of Los Angeles? The music video may seem absurd in reality, but you’d better reconsider that thought.

Listed below are some places within the vicinity of Los Angeles that are inconspicuously creepy. If you feel like becoming a paranormal investigator, then better check out these hot spots.

Coldwater Canyon Hacienda

2320 Bowmont Drive

Well-renowned American actress Katharine Hepburn lived in this enormous house and allegedly saw spirits mainly in the guest house. On some occasions, they were said to have been present in the main house, too. As it is secluded from the main living areas, it is no wonder that a place like this is infested by ghosts.

7708 Woodrow Wilson Drive

7708 Woodrow Wilson Drive

This abode eventually became Dan Aykroyd‘s inspiration to write Ghostbusters. It was home to several stars prior to his occupancy. Residents reported that the ghosts of the former owners Mama Cass and Natalie Wood haunt the manor up to this day.

Variety Arts Center

Variety Arts Center

Eyewitness accounts report seeing an actor dressed up in Elizabethan era outfit here, which is rather perplexing because the infrastructure was erected more than three centuries after the Queen’s epoch.

Dominguez Ranco Adobe

Dominguez Ranco Adobe

Visitors of this estate that housed the prominent political family of Manuel Dominguez note awful odors and inexplicable orbs coupled with the presence of the powerful family member’s spirits as they stray along the halls of the mansion.

Avila Abode

Avila Abode

The ominous presence of the ghost of Fransisco Avila‘s wife can be heard wailing late in the evening, as she grieve the death of her late husband who built the house circa 1818 and is considered the oldest settlement in the city.

The Oban Hotel

The Oban Hotel

Who would’ve thought that a seemingly normal hotel which accommodated some iconic celebrities of the early 1900s can also shelter a ghost? Stuntman Charlie Love allegedly took his own life in one of the rooms of this now-closed inn, but is still idling about inside it.

The Comedy Store

The Comedy Store

The place has hosted some real-life comedic stars such as Marc Maron and Dane Cook, but in fact was formerly owned by relentless mobsters, who apparently called the building home even after their deaths.

 

Here are other spooky stories you might like to check out:

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