Did Corona almost have its own home for ghosts?

How the Glen Ivy Hot Springs was almost Southern California’s own “Winchester Mystery House” In 1891, Clara Shortridge Foltz, best […] Read more

Hitchcock’s favorite restaurant

The legendary Chasen’s restaurant closed in 1995, to be replaced by a Bristol Farms grocery store. Fortunately, they retained a […] Read more

Alfred Hitchcock’s Walk of Fame Stars

Alfred Hitchcock has the rare honor of having two stars on the Walk of Fame, one commemorating his contributions to […] Read more

The Ghost Carriage of Laurel Canyon

Legend has it that several car accidents have been blamed on drivers who claim to have only been trying to […] Read more

Dr. Walter Bayley’s private practice – 1052 W. 6th St., Los Angeles

The private practice of Dr. Walter Bayley, who owned a home one block from where the Black Dahlia was found, […] Read more

Possible Black Dahlia killer’s residence – 3959 S. Norton Ave, Los Angeles

The home of Dr. Walter Bayley, who Larry Harnisch has made a convincing argument is the Black Dahlia killer. Read more

The Black Dahlia’s belongings tossed here – 1136 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

A black patent leather purse and one black high heel shoe were discovered in the trash by the owner of […] Read more

Where the Black Dahlia got her name – 102 Linden, Long Beach, CA

Elizabeth Short frequented the soda fountain inside the drug store that was in this location. Due to the flowerlike arrangement […] Read more

FKA The Linden Apartments – 53 Linden Avenue, Long Beach

Elizabeth Short, aka the Black Dahlia, lived here from July 12 to August 2, 1946. 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