5 Most Haunted sites in Los Angeles to find ghosts
Looking to get started in a thrilling new hobby that allows you to explore interesting, spooky places in New York? Ghost hunting is a great way to get together with friends, learn about science and spirituality and perhaps encounter something that may challenge your conceptions about reality itself. Here we list some tips to get you started
- Identify an area with a lot of history and orient yourself with it during the day, and please do not trespass. We list the most promising sites below
- Bring your ID, plenty of water and the right equipment (and plenty of Batteries)
- Go with an open mind, you may not experience an encounter on your first trip, but you can maximize your odds by properly using the equipment and staying alert
What To bring:
Check out our reviews for ghost hunting equipment that fits the hobbyist’s budget. They are all available on Amazon and will be at your doorstep in no time. We have listed the essentials in a table down below. Note: We do not sell our own equipment, so we are an unbiased review source.
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But onto the main event! We recommend the following 5 sites for first time ghost hunters.
- The Hollywood Sign – This iconic sign is where many crushed dreams have ended by suicide. None more notable than Broadway stage actress Peg Entwistle who jumped off the ‘H” sign to her death. Her spirit is supposed to haunt the area around the sign till this day, and perhaps even smell her perfume.
- Pasadena “Suicide Bridge” – A bridge with more than a hundred suicides officially, many speculate that the true number is even higher. This is an ideal spot for hauntings because some of the most distressed spirits are said to have tried to move on to the next world here, and failed.
- Hollywood Roosevelt – Marilyn Monroe and actor Montgomery Clift are said to haunt this hotel to this day. Many guests have heard noises on the 9th floor hallway, and frequently report lights being turned on by themselves in bathrooms. A bunch of vain spirits getting ready for their close up, if you ask us. (Also look up Hotel Cecil, the inspiration for American Horror Story: Hotel)
- Queen Mary – During Halloween, they definitely play up the fact that the Queen Mary is haunted, and while it may seem like a cash grab, there have been hundreds of sighting throughout the magnificent vessels stint as a floating hotel.
- Cobb Estate/Forest – This is a very popular spot amongst amateur ghost hunters, and for good reason. Its a chilling experience at night, even without any haunting and is easy to get in and out of.
So get your ghost hunting camcorder out, round up your friends and head out into the city of dreams for an adventure you will never forget.