L.A.’s Boy Scout Ghostbusters and the Mystery of Rocking S Ranch

“A gun-toting, peg-legged ghost and his sidekick, a wild coal-black cat have been challenged by four Boy Scouts,” was the […] Read more

Gram Parson’s Death Trip and Everlasting Grievous Angel

I don’t know if anyone has ever had a more loyal friend than Gram Parsons had in Phil Kaufman. Sometime […] Read more

The Doomed Aviator Haunting the Universal Studios Backlot

You may be surprised to know that the man behind one of L.A.’s premiere Halloween attractions can be frightened by […] Read more

Mini-Review: Ghosts of Ma Barker—A Satisfying Mix of Spectres and Hoodlums

The recently closed production of T.S. Devai’s play, The Ghosts of Ma Barker, at the Ruby Theatre at The Complex […] Read more

It Has Four Ghosts, A Graveyard And A Zombie Chorus: A Christmas Carol at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater

This review, like the show, is short and sweet: If you’ve ever seen anything at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theater—a place […] Read more

Todd Robbins and Teller Bring Play Dead to Life at The Geffen

Writing a review for this revival of “Play Dead” currently in an extended run at the Geffen Playhouse is a […] Read more

Haunted Bar: Basement Bar at the Victorian

A hidden gem of a bar is in the basement of this classic Victorian home that was once occupied by […] Read more

Ghosts of the Stella Adler Theatre

Most people are aware of the reputation the Hollywood Wax Museum has earned for being haunted. However, the building itself […] Read more

The Ghosts and Monsters of the Cursed Griffith Park

  A nearly 150-year-old curse, werecreatures, a haunted picnic table, and the most famous suicide in Hollywood history, all within […] Read more

Spirits of the Season: La Llorona

For generations, children throughout Mexico and the American southwest have whispered the same woman’s tragic story into one another’s ears, […] Read more