These Places in California may give you nightmares

  • House of Blues, Anaheim

    House of Blues, Anaheim
    The area behind the mosh pit on the first floor is where the hot spot is. People have been brushed against, touched, and pushed by something, but when they look there is no one there. It happens so casually that you don't even realize it the first time.
  • Haunted Red Cross House (Stoffel House ) Anaheim

    Red Cross House, Anaheim
    It is said that it is haunted by the original caretaker. When you get to the room where the children lived you feel a strange presence. In the first room at the entrance if you look at the picture while your going up the stairs you see the eyeballs on the picture of the caretaker you see them watching you. Also when you go up to the second story people mostly females get pushed at a male if they seem to be a perfect couple.

  • City Hall, Anderson

    City Hall, Anderson
    The Anderson City Hall used to be a dance hall during the 1800's. An Indian woman and her child were murdered on the site. Workers have heard sounds of dance music and the cries of a child late at night.
  • Black Diamond Mines, Antioch

    Black Diamond Mines, Antioch
    These mines are haunted by the White Witch. In life, her name was Mary. She was a nanny in the 1800's when there was still coal mining in the mines. All of the children died of illnesses and she was accused of Witchcraft, then executed. She guards the mines and when people see her, she is all white.
  • Arcadia High School

    Arcadia High School
    Said to be haunted by a janitor who walks the kitchen and indoor cafeteria- Says students who have actually encountered the ghost. It said late at night if you're in the foyer you can hear him walk up and down the kitchen and cafeteria pushing a squeaky cart with cleaning tools rattling in it.
  • Haunted Adelaida Cemetery

    Adelaida cemetery
    A ghost wearing a long white nightgown makes her appearance in this old cemetery every Friday night, between 10PM and midnight. This Mennonite ghost lays flowers on the grave on one of her children that died in the Diphtheria epidemic. She may have also committed suicide in her own life. It is actually located 20 miles outside of Paso Robles.

  • 101 Freeway Near Las Virgines Road ghost

    Young man killed by drunk driver on that road. Driver was convicted and committed suicide. Accident appears to recreate itself, most strongly on the anniversary of the accident. CHP has had reports of accidents at that area, caused by people swerving to miss the white car, although later investigations show that the white car was never there.

  • Haunted Insane Asylum of Alameda

    Haunted Insane Asylum of Alameda
    At the intersection of Marina Village Pkwy and Mariner Square Dr, turn left and go straight. Take the first right into an industrial parking lot and you'll see the asylum straight ahead. Patients used to be tortured and killed there, and it's abandoned now. At nighttime, stand out in the front and look at the fifth window from the right on the second story.

  • Unexplainable things of Scripps Kensington

    Scripps Kensington
    This is a retirement home with its own church, cemetery and about 200 residents. A former employee who used to work in the kitchen as one of three supervisors. Reports in the three years that they worked their they saw all types of unexplainable things. At one point seven of many of the staff saw what looked like a hazy white long sleeve shirt, with no head or legs

  • Hauntings of The Turner and Stevens Mortuary

    The employees have already concluded a somewhat accurate story to what is going on there. An old woman, a little boy and a man haunt it. The story goes that the old woman is mean, and is after the little boy. But she can't get to him, because the man is protecting the boy from her. The haunts consists of doors slamming, books flying across the room barely missing people

  • The Haunted Forest of Angeles

    Angeles National Forest/The Haunted Forest (Cobb Estate)
    Screams can be heard from these people, and strange lights can be seen from the flashlights they once carried.

  • Spooky Amboy School's atmosphere

    Spooky Amboy School
    The teachers and students have experienced someone coming in the front door, but when they look out into the hall from the classroom, there is no one there. Also, on windless days, the swings out on the back playground would swing on their own. Down in the gym at night, when students play basketball, items would relocate themselves.

  • Gates of Hell - Empire Mine Road

    Gates of Hell
    In the middle of Empire Mine road, there is a Stuckko wall with a bunch of spray paint on it. If you like to take hikes, this is the place to go. There is a rumor of an old Insane Asylum at the very end of this road. You will come to another gate then behind their lies this old decrepit Structure of a hospital.

  • The Arcadia Poltergeist

    The Arcadia Poltergeist
    In May 1976 on a memorial night Rocks of all sizes started lifting off the ground and hitting places, people, and breaking windows to cars and houses. No-one was able to explain it.

  • Ghost rumours of 233 E. Huntington - The Derby Restaurant

    The Derby Restaurant
    George Woolf, also known as "The Iceman" bought the Derby Restaurant in 1938. The famous jockey died eight years later after suffering fatal injuries when he was thrown off a horse at the Santa Anita Raceway. Employees are convinced he is still looking over his old restaurant.

  • Hauned First Avenue Middle School in Arcadia

    First Avenue Middle School
    The school used to have a pool, but someone drowned in it and they covered it over. Teachers said they've heard footsteps at night through the halls, even after they've set the alarm, and if anyone was in the halls the alarm would go off. Loud banging on the lockers and girl's locker room doors have also been heard, and water goes on and off by itself, the toilets also flush by themselves. Lockers with locks on them are closed one minute and open the next even when there's no one else in the room. Some students have seen a figure of a little boy wondering through the halls late at night with a "green glow" to him.

  • Eerie experience in Santa Anita Mall (Westfield Shopping Mall)

    Santa Anita Mall (Westfield Shopping Mall)
    The KB toy store inside the Santa Anita Mall is said by employees to be haunted by a little boy in early 1930s clothing. An employee was closing the store at night when they spotted a little boy in knickers in one of the aisles playing with one of the toys.

  • The Tower Room of Rose Victorian Inn

    Although it is no longer a hotel, but a wedding/special events business, the building is still the same. The tower room of this three-story pink mansion is thought to be inhabited by the ghost of a 9-year-old girl named Alice. She has been spotted on more than one occasion and guests of the inn have heard the girl laughing, according to Ghosts of the Haunted Coast

  • Young girl of the nursery in Rose Victorian Inn

    Although it is no longer a hotel, but a wedding/special events business, the building is still the same. The tower room of this three-story pink mansion is thought to be inhabited by the ghost of a 9-year-old girl named Alice. She has been spotted on more than one occasion and guests of the inn have heard the girl laughing, according to Ghosts of the Haunted Coast

  • Ghosts of Bakersfield Californian Newspaper Building

    Bakersfield Californian Newspaper Building
    This old building is haunted by a few ghosts. A German Shepard Dog who can be seen, waiting patiently for his master to come and pick him up. An old security guard who can sometimes be seen in the lunchroom. Finally, the former editor of the Californian can be seen walking through the hallways of the building.

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