The Michael Myers House

Originally at 707 Meridian Avenue in South Pasadena, California, the house used for exteriors of the Michael Myers was saved […] Read more

The used car lot from “Psycho”

While most of “Psycho” was shot on the Universal Studios lot, this is practical location where Marion purchases a 1957 […] Read more

Psycho House at Universal Studios Hollywood

Possibly the most famous house in the history film, the Bates home from “Psycho” is on permanent display at Universal […] Read more

Biltmore Hotel – 506 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90071

The last known place Elizabeth Short, aka The Black Dahlia, was seen alive. Her ghost is allegedly just one of […] Read more

Green Apple Market – 300 East 5th Street, Los Angeles

Not only was the pool hall scene in Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” shot here, the Doors used it for photos […] Read more

Bronson Canyon Cave (aka The Bat Cave)

There are no known hauntings attached to this manmade cave/tunnel,┬ábut it is legendary for its use as the Bat Cave […] Read more

Old Zoo grounds at Griffith Park

The old cages and former sanctuaries of the old Los Angeles zoo are all that remain, providing one of the […] Read more

Fairfax Senior High School – 7850 Melrose Ave.

The ghost of a male student who committed suicide in the balcony of the auditorium continues to be seen to this day.
Filming location for American Horror Story. Read more

MacArthur Park – 2230 W. 6th St., Los Angeles

This filming location for American Horror Story: Murder House has dubbed by some Angelenos as MacMurder Park for its high rate of crime, probably due to the gangs that have long claimed it as their turf. Read more

The Thriller House – 1345 Carroll Ave, Los Angeles, CA

The creepy old house Ola Ray takes refuge from zombie Michael Jackson inside at the end of the music video for “Thriller.” Read more