2017 Queen Mary’s Dark Harbor Review

Arriving at Dark Harbor, the stately ship’s smokestacks rising up along the shoreline¬†provide a stunning backdrop to the freaky festivities. […] 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 Strange Case of Victor Kilian and the Ghost of the Chinese Theatre

When two octogenarian actors died within a week of each other in March, 1979, it could have been seen as […] Read more

The Jigsaw Ghost of Marion Parker

Los Angeles has had its share of gruesome killings: the severing of the Black Dahlia, Manson family mass murders, and […] Read more

Is this East Hollywood self storage building the real Tower of Terror?

The story behind the Disneyworld’s Tower Terror goes something like this: on Halloween night, 1939, four guests and one bellhop […] Read more

Hollywood Tower (formerly the La Belle Tour) – 6200 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles

Built in 1929 under the name La Belle Tour, this 56 unit apartment building appears to be an inspiration for […] Read more

Griffith Park Observatory

Provides gorgeous views of city of angels, as well as the Hollywood sign where Peg Entwistle lept to her death. […] Read more

Griffith Park Merry Go Round

Luis Alvarado, the Honorary Mayor of Griffith Park, reportedly encountered a ghost on two occasions by the merry go round. […] Read more

Haunted Picnic Table #29 in Griffith Park

According to a legend, a pair of lovers were crushed by a falling tree while picnicking here in 1976. Their […] Read more

Hollywood Sign

The most famous sign in the world is the location of the possibly the most famous suicide of the modern […] Read more